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Song Parodies -> "Tart of Gold’"

Original Song Title:

"Heart of Gold"

Original Performer:

Neil Young

Parody Song Title:

"Tart of Gold’"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

They give and give,
so she can live
the very high life; she’s a tart of Gold.
Yeah, they’re dispensing
for what she’ll give.
She has been purchased—she’s a tart of Gold’.

In the dough she’s rolled.
She has been purchased by the pards at Gold.
It’s her soul she sold

They ain’t in Hollywood;
they’re where the Feds would
do nothing ever to the pards at Gold’.
All have a fine time
down in the Gold’ mine.
The laws are worthless for the tarts at Gold.

She’s been priced and sold…
expensive purchase was the tart of Gold’.
In the dough all rolled.

She’s been purchased by the tarts at Gold’;
boosted her worth net by the tarts at Gold’;
made their purchase for a tart for Gold.
She found a buyer in the tarts at Gold.

*Goldman Sachs

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