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Song Parodies -> "Browns Mover"

Original Song Title:

"Brown Sugar"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

The Rolling Stones

Parody Song Title:

"Browns Mover"

Parody Written by:

Arcade Junkie

The Lyrics

Where were you in 1995 when this happened?
Dawg Pound slaveship bound for better fields
Like Salt Lake City bound from New Orleans
Fans of Cleveland sayin' that ain't right
Hear the dawg pound cryin' just around midnight

(Chorus 1)
Browns mover, your fans are not so good
Browns mover, just like a robber should

Late-breaking, front page headlines don't stop
Thinkin' Baltimore is the cream of the crop
Modell knows that the move's alright
He'll name his own team just around midnight

(repeat chorus 1)

(Chorus 2)
Browns mover, Baltimore thinks it's good
Browns mover, just like the Raiders would

I bet those Dawg Pound would holler & scream
To bring back one big orange-colored team
I'm no genius, but I know what I like
to name them the Ravens just around midnight

(repeat chorus 1)

I said yeah, I said yeah, I said yeah, I said oh
Just like the Raiders would

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