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Song Parodies -> "Sun Shot Lady"

Original Song Title:

"Sunspot Baby"

Original Performer:

Bob Seger

Parody Song Title:

"Sun Shot Lady"

Parody Written by:

South Park Al

The Lyrics

maybe i should start explaining some of these south park this one, wendy gets jealous when a substitute teacher flirts with stan, so she straps her to a rocket and sends her to the sun
i packed up that bag
and i took her down the road
fitted a rocket...with a new payload
she looked like she felt distress
a passenger on the express
sun shot lady
with me, you should not have messed

she left in a hurry
and i know that she'll land hard
strapped to a rocket...she will travel far
her life will go up in flames
you might think that i'm unkind
sun shot lady
it looks like you're out of time

she flirted with stanley
and stanley was thrilled
i knew that this dame simply must be killed
she drove me bananas
till my reason was gone
i can't understand why she did me so wrong

so i packed up that bag
very soon, she will explode
she will be an inferno
i hope that i won't be blamed
i'll claim that i lost my mind
sun shot lady
you made me commit this crime

i had a real good time

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