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Song Parodies -> "Do You Know The Sharks of San Jose"

Original Song Title:

"Do You Know The Way To San Jose"

Original Performer:

Dionne Warrick

Parody Song Title:

"Do You Know The Sharks of San Jose"

Parody Written by:

Tokusou Sentai Blessranger

The Lyrics

Do you know the Sharks of San Jose?
Bay Area people
You don't have to yell out "No way!"
Do you know the Sharks of San Jose?
They were a hockey team of northern Californi-a
L. A. Kings, so stay far away
Grab one or two Red Bulls and Rockstars
Because the San Jose Sharks ain't going too far
Trained for years and years and quickly pass
Most of the Sharks' best players were still shooting high and scoring fast
Though I don't have friends in San Jose
Wo oh oh oh
Someday, I'll make it to San Jose
Wo oh oh oh
Do you know the Sharks of San Jose?

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