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Song Parodies -> "Scott"

Original Song Title:

"Shaft"

Original Performer:

Isaac Hayes

Parody Song Title:

"Scott"

Parody Written by:

Liam Wescott

The Lyrics

Here's one to the theme song of a Seventies cinematic experience I'm sure more than a few people recall, perhaps fondly, perhaps not:
Scott

Who's the dumb patsy
That's a mouthpiece for the Bush machine?
SCOTT!
Ya damn right!

Who is the fool that will risk his neck
For his Chimpster man?
SCOTT!
Can you dig it?

He's the deer-in-the-headlights dude
Caught lying through his teeth
SCOTT!
Right on!

They say this dude Scott is a bad liar
SHUT YOUR MOUTH!
I'm talkin' 'bout Scott
THEN WE CAN DIG IT!

He's an implicated man
And no one cares about him except the Chimp
DUMB SCOTT!
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