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Song Parodies -> "Gas Price Rising"

Original Song Title:

"Bad Moon Rising"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Creedence Clearwater Revival

Parody Song Title:

"Gas Price Rising"

The Lyrics

Dedicated to the rising of gas prices across Canada.
I see the gas prices go rising
I see it cost very expensive.
I see the price up to $1.25
I see gas stations today.

CHORUS:
Don't go travel tonight,
Well, the gas price is now $1.25
There's the gas price on the rise.

I see the violence ongoing
I know there's bad thing in Nigeria
I fear there will be more hurricanes.
In Pakistan, Bhutto was assassinated.

CHORUS
All right!

Hope the hurricane season is milder.
Hope the violence in Mid-east comes to an end.
Looks like good news will decrease the gas prices.
One day the prices will go lower.

CHORUS
CHORUS

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