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Song Parodies -> "Let It Go: The Dollar's Decline"

Original Song Title:

"Let It Snow"

Original Performer:

Christmas Carol

Parody Song Title:

"Let It Go: The Dollar's Decline"

Parody Written by:

Bradley Weeks

The Lyrics

Oh, the dollar's decline is frightful
Imported goods are so delightful
The buck set another new low
Let it go, says John Snow, let it go.

It doesn't show signs of stopping
So it's Euros and yen I'm copping
Yes the dollar set another new low
Let it go, says John Snow, let it go.

Cheaper dollars help our exports gain
Greater market share around the globe
Easing balance of payments pain
While European exports start to implode

Though the greenback's slowly dying
Christmas imports I keep buying
Though the dollar's got exchange rate woe
Let it go, says John Snow, let it go.

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Ricky Ticky Taffy - November 29, 2004 - Report this comment
60s? I think TOS came out way before that.
Ricky Ticky Taffy - November 30, 2004 - Report this comment
Oh well. Nice parody anyway. 5/5/5.

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