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Song Parodies -> "Crude Oil Farm"

Original Song Title:

"Good Luck Charm"

Original Performer:

Elvis Presley

Parody Song Title:

"Crude Oil Farm"

Parody Written by:

Tokusou Sentai Blessranger

The Lyrics

Don't want an oil refiner
That costs you a limb too
Want to see how crude oil will be
In an crude oil farm near you

Come on, work at my nearest crude oil farm
Uh-huh huh, the sweet crude's tight
This is a crude oil farm
Dangerously armed
The oil, the oil, will rise, will rise tonight

You want an oil refiner
Leading to anything
The crudeness in your sweet light oil
The crude oil we can bring

Come on, work at my nearest crude oil farm
Uh-huh huh, the sweet crude's tight
This is a crude oil farm
Dangerously armed
The oil, the oil, will rise, will rise tonight

If I found a lucky penny
I'd toss it across the crude
Your love is worth all the best crude oil
Changing your attitude

Come on, work at my nearest crude oil farm
Uh-huh huh, the sweet crude's tight
This is a crude oil farm
Dangerously armed
The oil, the oil, will rise, will rise tonight

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