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Song Parodies -> "Notre Dame"

Original Song Title:

"Still the Same"

Original Performer:

Bob Seger

Parody Song Title:

"Notre Dame"

Parody Written by:

Mike Armstrong

The Lyrics

Just a tribute to a Notre Dame team who I don't necessarily like, but I respect nonetheless.
Now 8 and 1,
The Irish hang their heads in shame,
Who'd have thought,
That school from Mass would be to blame.

Everyone, thought they'd win the BCS,
Now they're goin somewhere less,
Play someone from the Mountain West...

Willingham, is still coach of the year,
He reinstilled, that classic Notre Dame fear,
All the fans, had dreams about title hopes,
Now their backs are against the ropes,
Could have used some help from the Pope.

Up in Notre Dame,
Passes thrown by Holiday,
Oh, ain't it a shame,
That BC stood right in their way...

Turn on the D,
Intercepted by defensive backs,
Oh, at Notre Dame,
They sure aim high...

There they were, they were up to #3,
Playin games on NBC,
Then a loss, a tragedy...

Notre Dame,
Baby, baby, Notre Dame,
Notre Dame,
Baby, baby, Notre Dame,
Oh ain't it a shame,
Baby, baby, Notre Dame,
Some things never change,
Baby, baby, Notre Dame,
Notre Dame,
Baby, baby, Notre Dame...

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