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Song Parodies -> "Lone Star Man"

Original Song Title:

"Nowhere Man"

Original Performer:

The Beatles

Parody Song Title:

"Lone Star Man"

Parody Written by:

Royce Miller

The Lyrics

Unlike Natalie Maines, I'm very proud of the Lone Star Man. That doesn't mean I agree with all his decisions, but I am still proud of him.
He's a real Lone Star man
Coming from that Lone Star land
Stands up and he ain't afraid of nobody

You don't like his point of view?
Got some years left, now there's two
Warded off some hits to you and me

Lone Star man, please listen
Border sure needs some fixin'
Lone Star man
You let it get out of hand

He beat out that John Kerry
Libs so livid, they can't see
Lone Star man
I chose you in the stall

Lone Star man, please hurry
Build that fence
We're worried
Dang it all
You've done us some good while in command

He's a real Lone Star man
Came from near the Rio Grande
Stands up and he ain't afraid of nobody

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