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Song Parodies -> "Sean Hannity"

Original Song Title:

"Mahoutsukai Sally"

Original Performer:

TV Theme Song

Parody Song Title:

"Sean Hannity"

Parody Written by:

Tokusou Sentai Blessranger

The Lyrics

Alan Colmes has been gone. Well, what is he up to now?
Alan Colmes has been gone. So, where the heck is he now?
He came from Nassau County, town of New York Islanders
You know he was a political commentator
Hannity, Hannity, a neo-conservative talk of the town
Move over, Doug Basham and Lydia Cornell
Hannity, Hannity, his name was Sean Hannity

You can see him on TV and talk radio
But you won't ever see him in a music video
Hannity, Hannity, a political writer, so lay off Larry King
Yes, he would put a shame to D.L. Hughley too
Hannity, Hannity, his name was Sean Hannity
Hannity, Hannity... Hannity!

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