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Song Parodies -> "Tampa Bay Buccaneers"

Original Song Title:

"The Impossible Dream"

Original Performer:

Man of La Mancha

Parody Song Title:

"Tampa Bay Buccaneers"

Parody Written by:

Freddie C.

The Lyrics

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are living proof that if you continue to dream the impossible dream, you will reach the unreachable star, eventually. In their case, it was to win Super Bowl XXXVII.
They dreamed the impossible dream, they fought the unbeatable foe
Survived all those losing seasons, and went where they had never gone

They went from weak to strong, and they learned not to be ashamed
And tried every season til one day at last they would win the Big Game

They really won a Super Bowl ring, cause they still believed that they could win the thing
And they struggled on, with a lot of applause
And were willing to march, march into hell, for that heavenly cause
And they know, if they'd only be true, to this glorious quest
That the Bucs will now take their place as one of the best

And the world will be better for this, oh when one team, armed with stars and a goal
Still lived through their terrible seasons, and won the Super Bowl

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John Lomain - May 07, 2004 - Report this comment
That was an awesome super bowl. 5's

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