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Song Parodies -> "Game Day"

Original Song Title:

"On Broadway"

Original Performer:

George Benson

Parody Song Title:

"Game Day"

Parody Written by:

Arcade Junkie

The Lyrics

The stadium doors opened up on Game Day
The fans pour in with tickets in their hands
And while they try to find their seats
The snack bar's just a place to eat
There's nachos, hot dogs, and some pretzels, there

The coaches stratigize a plan on Game Day
They'll run some plays to see who'll win or lose
The coach give the players some time
He draws some O's and straighter lines
They put on uniforms and pants and shoes

The static of the fans cheer out in the stands
The players come out when the lights go down
Viewers are watched from near & far
Tailgaters go from vans & cars
MVP tells us who's the star on Game Day

MVP tells us who's the star on Game Day

MVP says i'm a star!

(guitar solo with various sports noises)

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Fitu - June 03, 2005 - Report this comment
Game Day why must i say Game Day, as Game Day been on since 1997 oh wow wow wee,just pretending to win the half team on Game Day, just remember not to say a word about Game Day. Are Game Days for idiots only thats what i was about to say when i found out the parody was a Game Day. Game,Game,Game,Game,Game,Game,Game,Game Day.

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