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Song Parodies -> "My, My, Hey, Hey (Out of the Black)"

Original Song Title:

"My, My, Hey, Hey (Out of the Blue)"

Original Performer:

Neil Young

Parody Song Title:

"My, My, Hey, Hey (Out of the Black)"

Parody Written by:

Michael Pacholek

The Lyrics

My first parody of Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young, either collectively or individually. ("Henny Penny, She's a Clucker" is based on "He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother," which the Hollies did after Graham Nash left.) Another one William Tong should have thought of ages ago.
My, my, hey, hey.
Deficits are here to stay.
It's better to burn cash than to give fair pay.
My, my, hey, hey.

Out of the black and into the red.
Bush has killed our prosperity dead.
Unless you're rich, you just can't get ahead
'cause we're out of the black and into the red.

Newt Gingrich gone, but he's not forgotten.
This is the story of Bush, who's rotten.
It's better to slam him than to give him trust.
Newt Gingrich gone, but he's not forgotten.

Hey, hey, my, my.
Deficits are climbing high.
There's less to his tax cuts than meets the eye.
Hey, hey, my, my.

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