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Song Parodies -> "New Jersey"

Original Song Title:

"El Paso"

Original Performer:

Marty Robbins

Parody Song Title:

"New Jersey"

Parody Written by:

Green Bloodied Hound Dogs

The Lyrics

Here In The Atlantic State Of New Jersey
I Fell In Love With A Beautiful Girl
I Just Ran Into Daisy's Swimteam
People Would Hear That Madina Is Not

Special Olympics Events Without Madina
Meaner 'Cause I Was Cheating On Her
My Love Was Deep For This Swimming Champion
I Was In Love, But In Vain Could Tell

One Night A Angry Old Boyfriend Came In
Girls Like The Atlantic City Showgirls
Dashing And Daring, A Drink We Were Sharing
With Angry Madina, The Girl That I Loved

So In Anger
I Challenged His Fight For The Love Of His Girlfriend
Down Went His Hand For The Glove That He Wore
My People Had Answered In Less Than A Minute
The Hansome Special Olympian Is Mad Like A Cat

Just For A Moment, I Made It Look Silence
Shocked By My New Girlfriend, Madina Was Mad
Many Kids Came And As I Sang It
But I Had A Chance To Run

Talking To The Father Of Daisy I Sang
Out Where The Finals Are Held
I Met A Good One, It Look Like It Would Be More
Here In His Car And Away I Left

Just A Fast As
I Could From The Atlantic State Of New Jersey
Here To The Homestate Of Bruce Springsteen

Here In New Jersey, My Life Will Be Famous
Everything's Here In Life, No One Has Left
It's Been So Long Since I've Seen The Nice Girlfriend
My Love Is Stronger Then My Fear Of Death

I Pitched Up And The Ball Went Bye
Playing Alone In The Dark
Maybe Tommorrow A Person May Find Me
Tonight's Nothing Worse Than This Pain In My Brain

And At Last Here
I'm At The Special Olympics Of New Jersey
I Can See Daisy's Family Below
My Love Is Strong And It Pushes Me Onward
Turn My Back On Madina I Go

Off To My Left Is Jim McGreevy
Acting Like He Was George W. Bush
Screaming And Talking I Can't Let Them See Me
I Have To Make It To Daisy's House

Springsteen Is Singing For Roy Orbison
A Deep Pouring Rain At My House
Though I'm Not A Perfect Swimmer
I'm Getting Angry, Unable To Play

But My Love For
Madina Is Wrong, And I Rise Where I've Fallen
Though It's Sunny I Can't Stop To Rest
I See The Players Of Teams From The State
I Feel The People Go Here To My House

From Out Of Nowhere Madina Has Found Me
Cheating On Her, With My New Girl
Daisy's Her Name, Kissing My Cheek
One Little Girl And Madina Goodbye

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Johnny D - July 12, 2004 - Report this comment
Zen Master Jessy Strikes Again! Good Job!
Michael Pacholek - July 12, 2004 - Report this comment
Your pacing was as off as a New Jersey Transit bus, your attempts at humor were as fragrant as the Edgeboro Landfill, and if Tony Soprano read this you'd be wearing cement overshoes. Scott Stevens would also like to have a word with you. His shoulder is loaded, so I would advise youse to duck.
T.J. Spindler - July 13, 2004 - Report this comment
Are you from nj? i am! near atlantic city, i live in erma (cape may)
Green Bloodied Hound Dogs - July 13, 2004 - Report this comment
Yes, I'm From Bridgewater (Somerset).
Elwood P. Dowd - December 27, 2006 - Report this comment
The pacing just plain blew. If you can't stick to the rhythm of the thing you need to just try another song. Or enter this in the Parody Special Olympics.

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