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Song Parodies -> "A Fan Needs Rolaids"

Original Song Title:

"A Man Needs A Maid"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Neil Young

Parody Song Title:

"A Fan Needs Rolaids"

Parody Written by:

Plumb Bob

The Lyrics

My wife was raging 'cause of bills to pay.
I don't know how, we're just very poor.
I get rattled thumbing through our mail.
There's a dunner knocking upon our door.

I was thinking that maybe I'd get repaid
If I placed a bet on the big game.
Dumped a ton upon my home team,
Did the deal, now so afraid.

Rolaids,
A fan needs a Rolaids.
Rolaids.

It's hard to win that game
When players all seem lame
And old.

To beat that club, you gotta push and shove.
To push and shove, you need some mean, hard thugs.
Men who are up to the test.

A week ago, so sure, I made that bet.
Then I watched all the action with my friends.
I felt a burn that was gastric.
They were taken apart right at the very end.

Rolaids,
A fan needs a Rolaids.
Rolaids.

How will I repay my bet?

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