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Song Parodies -> "Bad TV"

Original Song Title:

"I Am"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Train

Parody Song Title:

"Bad TV"

Parody Written by:

Gambitized

The Lyrics

I never watched much of Melrose, the X-Files or Party of Five
Never got into the Simpson's or 90210
Don't know much about what Malcolm's in the middle of
I've yet to see Temptation Island
And what the hell is up with, Normal, Ohio?

Chorus:
Am I the fool they think I am?
All their shows stink like spam
All I want is to watch some good TV - FOX!

There's never been a day that FOX didn't suck in some way
Never got much out of Titus
They should try again, next September

Chorus:

I just wanna watch TV watch TV
The other guys, they suck too
How bout more sports TV sports TV, I'd stay here
I'd stay

Chorus:

I just wanna watch TV watch TV, the other guys they suck too
Whether or not NBC is in
Whether or not cable's out
I expect more from you - oh yeah FOX

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