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Song Parodies -> "In 1st Place"

Original Song Title:

"On Your Face"

Original Performer:

Earth, Wind & Fire

Parody Song Title:

"In 1st Place"

Parody Written by:

Arcade Junkie

The Lyrics

Ain't it funny that the way I feel
Winning in 1st place
And no matter, how you try to pass cars to invade space
Not a frown will bring these racers down
You're just by yourself, driving laps around
Everytime they seem to let
the drivers go, their luck
runs out when their engines blow

'Cause that can't make me
That can't make me sad
'Cause I won races before
And i'm winning for more

Sadness struck by Jeremy, Mayfield's problems in his life
won't disappear-They tried to catch me
Racing won't make me sad
Jarrett can't take me
I'm still driving it mad
In a Nextel race
with a smilin' face
Keepin' on the pace
Gordon on the case

Played upon sunny Sundays, red flag for rain
Every network has it's heart to ease the pain
Spectators see the action in every town
By the loudest, meanest, roaring sound
Every racer wants, to let me go
But their luck runs out
And the engines blow

They can't take me, i'm still in front today
Come next Sunday, i'll feel the same way
Racing! Nextel Cup will be glad
I'll take you racing when you're feelin' bad

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