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Song Parodies -> "Serpico"

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Original Performer:

Sound Of Music Cast

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Parody Written by:

Royce Miller

The Lyrics

one of my favorite movies and actors, Al Pacino; who played Frank Serpico, an honest NYC cop at a time when many were taking bribes
Serpico, Serpico, what a handsome detective
Kind of short, what a sport
Fought a system defective
Wouldn't take bribes, what a standup guy
Standup guy, forever

Serpico, Serpico, bless his conscience forever!

Wearing plain clothes, honesty he chose
Honesty forever

Serpico, Serpico, New York's finest, forever!

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Voting Results

Pacing: 3.7
How Funny: 3.7
Overall Rating: 3.7

Total Votes: 3

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 5   2

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Johnny D - July 12, 2004 - Report this comment
A city can never have too many cops like FS. Good one, Royce.
Rod W - July 12, 2004 - Report this comment
I guess most gals would go for a straight dick. 5s, Royce!
Joseph Hayes - July 14, 2004 - Report this comment
Glad you chose to write about Serpico because Pacino is was(dead?) my favorite actor these days.

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