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Song Parodies -> "The Shills Are Gone"

Original Song Title:

"The Trhrill Is Gone"

Original Performer:

B. B. King

Parody Song Title:

"The Shills Are Gone"

Parody Written by:

aRoT

The Lyrics

these shills are gone
pray they’re gone for good
they said the world’s not safe
they say the whole world is no good
their words made us feel unsafe
they leave us knocking on wood

Ben now is gone
Ben Carson went that way
he was one too many
and a bit crazy anyway

Carly could not stay
she lost every debate
she never could find her place
and she wouldn’t smile anyway

Chris Christie’s also gone
but not so far away
he endorsed The Donald
which is just so hard to say

those shills are gone
those shills aren’t here today
those shills got no love
those shills were swept away
they had nothing good to speak of

they will get a clue someday


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