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Song Parodies -> "Flunkytown"

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Original Performer:

Lipps Inc

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Parody Written by:

Malcolm Higgins

The Lyrics

gotta make a move to that town in East D.C
elected, now we gotta move in
I'm improving, my stocks of energy

well think about it think about it think about it
think about it
gotta get me movin

the G.O.P's on
yeah man we won
that clinton is gone

won't you take me to
won't you take me to
won't you take me to
flunkytownwon't you take me to

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Pacing: 2.5
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Overall Rating: 2.5

Total Votes: 4

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Michael Pacholek - July 10, 2003 - Report this comment
With the wingnuts in charge, "Junkytown" is more like it, and that's not a reference to drugs -- except maybe to the tobacco and oil lobbies.
Fitu - June 15, 2005 - Report this comment
Flunkytown, is that a meaning of a word no way
Jonathan S. - July 06, 2007 - Report this comment
Short and a bit sloppy, but funny. 434. MP: That is too funny, man. "Junkytoen is more like it." Where do people on this site get such bad jokes?

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