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Song Parodies -> "Played Too Much Power Stone"

Original Song Title:

"Take Me Home Country Roads"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

John Denver

Parody Song Title:

"Played Too Much Power Stone"

Parody Written by:

Tokusou Sentai Blessranger

The Lyrics

A tribute to a 1999 Capcom fighting game called Power Stone,which was also ported to the Dreamcast.
Here is Falcon,British pilot
And Ryoma,a samurai riot
Here is Wangtang,who's a kung fu dude
Gunrock's very brutal with his attitude

Power Stone,played too much in arcades can't be wrong
Power up now,smile or scowl
Played too much Power Stone

Here is Ayame,ninja princess
Jack is such a one-eyed crazy menace
Rogue is such a fiery woman
And here's Galuda,wrestling indian

Power Stone,played too much in arcades can't be wrong
Power up now,smile or scowl
Played too much Power Stone

I heard of this arcade fighter back in 99
It wasn't a Street Fighter rip-off being lame
A battle taking place
In the 19th century,just an arcade game,arcade game

Played too much Power Stone in arcades can't be wrong
Power up now,smile or scowl
Played too much Power Stone
Played too much Power Stone

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