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Song Parodies -> "Cheers"

Original Song Title:

"Baker Street"

Original Performer:

Gerry Rafferty

Parody Song Title:


Parody Written by:

Mr. Bob

The Lyrics

This Song is about the hit 80's show "Cheers"
(Sax Intro)

Winding your way through Boston to go to Cheers,
You need a place to escape all your fears.
It's been another rainy day,
You could drink the night away,
and forget about everything.
You go inside and everyone knows your name,
You've been there before, so it's all just the same,
And you sit down and you think,
'Bout buying a drink,
You'd like just about anything.
You used to think beer made you so queasy,
Yes, you thought beer made you feel so queasy,
but you're tryin', you're tryin' now.
Another beer, and then you'd be happy.
Just one more beer, and then you'd be happy,
And you're buyin, you're buyin' now.

(Sax Solo)

Way down the street there's a man in the storm.
He opens the door, and everyone shouts out "Norm!"
And Cliff asks him where he's been,
Norm sits down and then,
they could talk about anything.
And Sam Malone who's an ex-baseball star,
But, he drank too much, and he just want too far,
But he wants a date right now, with Rebecca Howle,
to just forget about everything.
But you Sam will never stop boozin'
Yes you Sam will never stop boozin'
'Cause he's rollin', he's rollin now.
And this show "Cheers" ran for eleven years,
Yes, this show "Cheers" ran for eleven years.
And it's on reruns, it's on reruns now.

(Sax ending)

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