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Song Parodies -> "Bartman"

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Dominic Frontiere and Alan Alch

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The Lyrics

An ode to Cub fan who touched the ball in game 6...
There was one man out
In the top of the eighth
When they say he blew the game.

Bartman, he's the interfering fan.
What do you do when you're Bartman, and you're a marked man?

Wherever he goes, for the rest of his life,
They will know: he's Bartman.

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Michael Pacholek - October 29, 2003 - Report this comment
I didn't think anybody else had ever seen "Branded" but me. It was a fantastic show that I've seen in late-night reruns. But the theme has four verses, two played at the beginning, two at the end. But due credit for tackling it! I just hope Steve Bartman doesn't end up having to, as Shel Silverstein put it, roam from town to town to hide his shame, like the bum-rapped Captain Jason McCord.
Chuck - February 10, 2015 - Report this comment
Saw the branded show 50 yrs ago love the and lyrics

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