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Song Parodies -> "Board Games"

Original Song Title:

"Wake Up Everybody"

Original Performer:

Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes

Parody Song Title:

"Board Games"

Parody Written by:

Arcade Junkie

The Lyrics

Are you "video game" tired? Try these board games, they're fun!
It's better safe than "Sorry!", "Sorry!" is a board game
If i'm in a slide zone, then they'll bump me instead
I'll be in the home zone, that's where I wanna be
I will bump the others, and the rest will say "Sorry!"

Monopoly and Scrabble never change the same way
They're the classic kind for what kids & parents might play
Perfection blows pieces up if the time is up
Candy Land & Risk are why I can't get enough

The board games get real better
The way it oughta be
The board games get real better
It's the way we play for you & me

Trivial Pursuit's a game on how you know so well
I collect pie pieces to send others to hell
The queries get really tough, some do get easy
For example in Sports, it was: "Who drives #3?"

I can make contraptions in a game called Mouse Trap
I will need a manual to figure out this crap
If you think that Playstation is boring and lame
Go down to the toy store, and pick up these board games

(repeat chorus)

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