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Song Parodies -> "Declaration of Independence"

Original Song Title:

"Seven Nation Army"

Original Performer:

The White Stripes

Parody Song Title:

"Declaration of Independence"

Parody Written by:


The Lyrics

We have made a law
In-depend-dence is what we're gonna get
They wanna come and sign
Signing their names on the dotted line
We will think about it for 2 days
Until we all agree
Coming to sign one by one
It's now July the 4th

As the Red Coats marched, they turned around, and then they all went home

I'm not too thrilled about it
Just a piece of paper, someone's hand-writ-ing
5 men created it
Inspired by John Locke and a George Mason
But if the British get a hold of it
They gonna tear it to shreds
The Bill of Rights is what they'll add
With a con-stit-tution

There's a numbness feeling in my butt, because I haven't stood

We're touring the D.C.
Walked into this room with the D of I
Going to take a look
Dropped my cigarette, it lights up the floor
And I'm screaming, and it's burning, and we running
Right through the doors
The D of I is burning up
It is not here any more

And the Smithsonian Institute tells me to "Go back home"

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