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Song Parodies -> "Don't Wanna Leave South Alabama"

Original Song Title:

"Beverly Hillbillies Theme"

Original Performer:

Flatt and Scruggs

Parody Song Title:

"Don't Wanna Leave South Alabama"

Parody Written by:

South Alabama Man

The Lyrics

Ok, so the song may be a little off, but I just wanna stay with my friends here at the university, so I wrote a song about it.
Now, listen to my story about a school named South,
Studied so hard, that the medics thought I was dead.
Then one day, my teachers called me "Fool!"
And down went my grades, so I went to tha Swimming pool.
Water that is, blue gold, Gulf Shores, Alabama tea.

Well, the next thing you know, I wanted to be in a school where you'd have to be a millionaire,
My best friends said, "Jed, you're not a millionaire."
But then I said, "South Alabama is still the place I wanna be."
It's cheaper here and I couldn't be more happily.

Anywhere else. Still a fool, not a superstar.

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