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Song Parodies -> "Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?"

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Lynyrd Skynyrd

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"Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?"

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The Lyrics

Could you imagine Regis Philbin on the back of a Harley shouting 'Is That Your Final Answer?!' ?
If you came back tomorrow
What would your final answer be?
For we must be moving on now
So tell me A, B, C, or D

If we stayed here with you, girl
The show would have to leave the air
Get someone else in the hot seat
on "Who wants to be a Millionaire?"

Oh, "Who wants to be a Millionaire?"
Regis Philbin's waiting there
Come on in and get your share

Bye-bye, player, it's been sweet, love
'Though your answer I can't change
But please don't take this so badly
After all, it is just a game

And if we'd stayed here with you girl
We wouldv'e been taken off the air
But you picked the wrong final answer
So you leave with 'ZERO' as your share!

Oh, "Who wants to be a Millionaire?"
The answers are so simple there
How does it feel in that chair?
Come on in and get your share

Come get your share!
Is that your your fi-nal an-swer? Yeah!

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