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Song Parodies -> "I'm A Hoosier"

Original Song Title:

"I'm A Loser"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"I'm A Hoosier"

Parody Written by:

Chris Pollman

The Lyrics

I'm a Hoosier.
I'm a Hoosier.
And I'm less than what's said of me.
Of all the things that really get me mad,
is losing the championship that we could've had.
Miss one shot, and I will see you dead.
Then I will throw a chair at your head.
I'm a Hoosier
I'm a Hoosier
and I'm less than I appear to be,
I'm a Hoosier, and you do not want to peeve off me.
Though I may act like a big, wonderful great.
For my retirement I can not wait.
Then I will write a book, about my life,
how I hate my players, and how I take to them with knifes.
I'm a Hoosier, and I'm less than I appear to be.
I'm a Hoosier, and I don't dee what I want to see.
What had I done, to deserve such a fate?
I want to quit, but now it's too late.
Hurting innocents to me, is such fun.
I am only happy, when a game we have won.
I'm a Hoosier,
and I'm less than what's said of me,
I'm a Hoosier, and I don't see what I want to see.
I'm a Hoosier, I'm a Hoosier, I'm a Hoosier, I'm a Hoosier.

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