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Song Parodies -> "Alabama II ( The Band Song)"

Original Song Title:

"Crazy Mama"

Original Performer:

J.J Cale

Parody Song Title:

"Alabama II ( The Band Song)"

Parody Written by:

Malcolm Higgins

The Lyrics

alabama, country stars so long
alabama, write another song
you been singing out, I know that's true
alabama, elvira was for you
alabama, oak ridge boys were wrong

putting out the country, make some rock and roll
you even wrote some ballads, why don't you do some soul?
you been singing out, those hurtin tunes
alabama, make us all like loons
alabama, where's your lives go wrong??

Crazy mama, where you been so long?
Crazy mama, where you been so long?
You've been hiding out, I know that's true
Crazy mama, I sure need you
Crazy mama, where you been so long?

Standing on the corner, looking for you, babe
Standing on the corner, looking for you, babe
Lord have mercy, can I see,
that crazy mama coming back to me?
Crazy mama, where you been so long?

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