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Song Parodies -> "Cherry Hill"

Original Song Title:

"Doraville"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Atlanta Rhythm Section

Parody Song Title:

"Cherry Hill"

Parody Written by:

SJSHM

The Lyrics

Cherry Hill, touch of country in the city
Cherry Hill, there's a lot of big homes

Friends of mine say I oughta move to LA
LA's fine, but it ain't Cherry Hill
Every night, I make a living making moonshine
And that's all right to folks in Cherry Hill
Yeah, hey hey

Ooh, hard times in Jersey, hey
Their spunky but it's pretty
Sweet Jersey

Yeah, hey hey
Ooh, hard time in Jersey, hey
Come on down and visit, you'll dig it

Sledding hills, rich people drinking wine on Sunday
Behind their yard getting down in Cherry Hill

It's all right
It's all right

Cherry Hill
Cherry Hill, it's all right, it's all right, it's all right
Cherry Hill
Cherry Hill

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