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Original Song Title:

"I Want You Back"

Original Performer:

Jackson 5

Parody Song Title:

"I Want You Back"

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The Lyrics

At the end of the rugby league season, the listeners will miss the irreverently hilarious antics and slapstick humour of the Continuous Call Team headed up by Ray Hadley. This song is more than fitting and appropriate in encapsulating how we all miss their extensive coverage and commentary of the greatest football game of all.
When you finish calling games for another year
I'll need a box of Kleenex just to wipe away the tears
It's boring for the next few months, it'll never be the same
Without your expert commentary I think I'll go insane

I'm gonna miss your gibbering (coz you crack me up)
You get to the point straight to my heart
I'm getting all upset to see you go
Without yor call, I'm all torn apart

I want you back (Magoo and Bowen)
I want you back (MG, Blocker)
I want you back (Bozo, Boltsy)
I want you back (I will miss ya)
I want you back

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