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Song Parodies -> "Book Of Zuck"

Original Song Title:

"Book of Love"

Original Performer:

Peter Gabriel

Parody Song Title:

"Book Of Zuck"

Parody Written by:

Poo-Poo Pravda

The Lyrics

The Book of Zuck goes data whoring
It'll lift your everything
It only cares about the figures
That go toward bringing in bling
And Zuck loves it cuz it reaches many
Potential pigeons for the sting
The Book of Zuck has "news" within it
Yeah, just like the Enquirer has some
Book's in bed with Analytica
Which plucked it just like a ripened plum
With your info Zuck wasn't stingy
For profit he will do anything
The Book of Zuck is data storing
Then using it to amass dough
Got too much power and it a pox is
And Zuck's "contrition"'s purely faux
Now Congress is gonna make him sing
I wonder what kind of bullshit he'll bring
Another phony tune's what he'll sing
Cuz all he really cares about is bling

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Overall Rating: 5.0

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2Eagle - April 10, 2018 - Report this comment
Good if this is about propaganda. Love your user name.

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