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Song Parodies -> "Cheat, Roam, Argentina!"

Original Song Title:

"Sweet Home Alabama"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Lynyrd Skynyrd

Parody Song Title:

"Cheat, Roam, Argentina!"

Parody Written by:

blackjack21

The Lyrics

Hope you're not tired of parodies about the governor of South Carolina and his mistress from Argentina yet. I did one last week, but couldn’t resist doing another one, with a little twist.
Cheat, Roam, Argentina

(Get it up)
Big plane keeps on flying
Taking him down to see his whore
Thinking thoughts about her mouth and
She has to be one of his best scores
And he’s had them galore, yeah

Well I heard Maria sing about him
She likes her men to have renown
Well, I hope you all will remember
A southern guv bone lead him around like a clown

Cheat, Roam, Argentina
Where the guv’s bone grew
Cheat, Roam, Argentina
Girl, he’s coming back to you

Argentine’s loved by the gov’ner
(woo you too)
He does all the girls he can do
But most of all he loves Maria
Do his morals bother you?
Tell me true

Cheat, Roam, Argentina
Where the guv pursues
Cheat, Roam, Argentina
Girls, he’s coming after you
(Here he comes, Argentina)

Now just one thing has got the guv stumped
She’s gone down more than just a time or two
(Loves it too)
But it gets him off so much
Hopes next time he’ll get down on her too
And then they’ll screw

Cheat, Roam, Argentina
What will the guv’ner do?
Cheat, Roam, Argentina
When he learns the awful truth
Cheat, Roam, Argentina
(Oh please moan)
His hot girl is a dude
(Never was all nude)
Cheat, Roam, Argentina
Surprise!
Oh my god, she is a dude! (eww, eww)
(Yeah, yeah, Argentina got the trannies down there)

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Timmy1000 - July 08, 2009 - Report this comment
Great parody and flip on the ending
AFW - July 08, 2009 - Report this comment
funny title switching..very good work
John Barry - July 08, 2009 - Report this comment
The gov. was playing the crying game. Security code, missing a letter, is "uck."
Christie Marie M - July 08, 2009 - Report this comment
Clever title switching, like AFW said! I especially love the ending part of the song! Guv sure paid the price for it! It's all good! 5's!
Mark Scotti - July 08, 2009 - Report this comment
Title switch of the day! Great bash!!!
Michael Pacholek - July 08, 2009 - Report this comment
Not too many songs with the word "Governor" in the lyrics -- outside England, anyway. Great choice, now maybe you can do a song for Palin: "Free Birdbrain."
blackjack21 - July 08, 2009 - Report this comment

T1000, AFW, JB, ChristieMM, Mark, Michael: Thanks for the comments, much appreciated for sure.

MP: "Free Birdbrain"? Is Biden in jail or something? ;-)
alvin - July 08, 2009 - Report this comment
hilarious...love the twist at the end
blackjack21 - July 14, 2009 - Report this comment
Thanks alvin, shouln't be long until we get another one in the same predicament to write about. These guys never learn!

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