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Original Song Title:

"Dancing Queen"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

ABBA

Parody Song Title:

"Gibber Kings"

Parody Written by:

Dorita

The Lyrics

Yet another tribute to the top rating radio rugby league broadcasting and commentary program the Continuous Call Team with Ray Hadley. They're renowned for their scintillating coverage of top rugby league games as well as their gibbering which has us all in uncontrollable fits of laughter.
Saturday and the sun is high
Looking forward to endless tries
With a little bit of footy
Get into the groove
They're always on the move
They know how to brighten up your day
With Bozo, Blocker, Magoo and Ray
WIth a little bit of footy
And a bit of fun
They're always on the ball
And when you hear their calls

They are the gibber kings
Number 1 in the ratings
Gibber kings
Being hilarous in between, oh yeah
Feel their roar,
Jump and jive
Having the time of their lives, ooh
Hear those boys do their thing
They are the gibber kings

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