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Song Parodies -> "Gun Play's Never Done"

Original Song Title:

"Someday Never Comes"

Original Performer:

Creedence Clearwater Revival

Parody Song Title:

"Gun Play's Never Done"

Parody Written by:

Guy DiRito

The Lyrics

For a Youtube listen to CCR's OS of "Someday Never Comes" click HERE

First thing keep your temper, for blastin' pop 'em wise,
At times there's favor things you gotta show.
There's Gatti kind a style, they're crook-ed by demand,
Weighin' gun play, tools get out of hand.

Well you'll hear of tell just how, each and every hired gun,
They go and burn 'em fast, they better spurn 'em stung,
'Cause gun play ever stuns.

A dime to ear gets wise, some guy connects mistrust,
For there are many things that lets 'em know.
Then Gatti said one day, "he's dead, buy 'Tu Qui' a can,
And one way tour in sedan".

Hell, they're here to kill us now, each and all our other guns.
You better burn 'em fast, you better burn 'em done,
'Cause gun play gets it done.

But then they slayed our Capo, he was no longer there,
For there were many zings of spent ammo.
His son no dad at three, drama played its hand,
Weighin' someday, he'll countermand.

Well, it's here and hell is now, each and all the other guns.
We batter to the last, We'll batter them to dung,
'Cause gun play's never done.

Our dead we do remember, a year ago today,
For there are many things each side don't know.
Until the last men standing, dyin' most each clan,
Because no way, fools understand.

Too near to tell you now how almost every gunner's sons.
They failed to learn it fast, it did get 'er dead too young.
This gun play no one won.

Gun play killed their sons.

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Stan Hall - March 20, 2008 - Report this comment
Pare a me, paisano, che non sarai soddisfatto fino fatto la cosa nostra la tua propira cosa . :-)
alvin - March 20, 2008 - Report this comment
especially liked "batter them to dung"
littleCupCakes - March 20, 2008 - Report this comment
. . . Oh, Danny Boy . . .
Giovanni Barry - March 20, 2008 - Report this comment
You gotta collect all these mob hits in a book.
Carmine (2-LOUD) Boccotesta - March 21, 2008 - Report this comment
HEY_E OVAH "EAH, SIGORNE STAN - Mia cara paisano, Stan, A tal fine d'ora in poi tutta verita motto dentro dire segnare. Sei saggio avere il temere di il autorità legge e di piú saggio eludere il attarre di appropriato un sapientone. Ciao. 2-LOUD OUTTA 'EAH.
Guy - March 21, 2008 - Report this comment
Stan - Listen to Carmine's advice. He is the supreme wize guy. Thanks for the respectful comment and Carmine is never satisfied with anything - he's always yelling. Now it's time to gabagool. Ciao.

Alvin - Yeah you would like that part - I put it there just for you. heh heh - thanks.

M'Lady - does thou speak for the Irish mob with their young in their graves way too early? Such lament M'Lady. My repecsts.

Hey Giovanni - There's gotta be a racket for the racket that we make ovah 'eah on amiright. I'll run this by Carmine and see what his take on it is. Ciao and grazi.

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