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Song Parodies -> "Ace of the Mound"

Original Song Title:

"Born in Chicago"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Paul Butterfield Blues Band

Parody Song Title:

"Ace of the Mound"

Parody Written by:

Freddie C.

The Lyrics

Roger Clemens, the Rocket, 300 wins, 100-mph fastball, three World Series rings, what else is there left but the Hall of Fame?
I've been ace of the mound since 1984
I've been ace of the mound since 1984
Well I won my first game
Then I won 300 more

Well I went to the Blue Jays in 1997
Well I went to the Blue Jays in 1997
Well there is one thing I can say after that year
I quickly left

Well I went to the Yankees for the 98 season
Well I went to the Yankees for the 98 season
Well there is one thing I can say about that team
I won three rings

Well I've been everywhere since my start in Boston
Well I've been everywhere since my start in Boston
Now I'm coming back home
Back to good old Houston

Back to good old Houston, baby

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