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Song Parodies -> "Wild Western"

Original Song Title:

"Natural Woman"

Original Performer:

Aretha Franklin

Parody Song Title:

"Wild Western"

Parody Written by:

Arcade Junkie

The Lyrics

Saddle up, pardner, and mosey to this 1982 video game...
Lookin' out in the video arcade
This game just felt wild west-inspired
My face felt hot on a Saturday
Oh, I felt 8-hours sleep-tired
Before I put in quarter, I read the marquee sign
Press the start button, and it was time...

'Cause it made me feel, It made me feel,
It made me feel like I'm in a Wild Western

I was alone on the right side
The Bandits were on the left of it
The running train was in dead center
I felt just like John Wayne and Roy Rogers
I have to shoot the bandits, It's what i'm doing for
I keep on to get that hi-score....

'Cause It made me feel, It made me feel,
It made me feel like i'm in a Wild Western

3 Bandits came on the train
1 shot me in the heart inside
Ran over to an obstacle
3 things I avoid just for the ride

'Cause it made me feel, it made me feel
It made me feel like I'm in a Wild Western

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