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Song Parodies -> "Npr Public Radio"

Original Song Title:

"Y'all Come Back Saloon"

Original Performer:

Oak Ridge Boys

Parody Song Title:

"Npr Public Radio"

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The Lyrics

this is what npr is to me is a good parody to make them crap their pants
they play mosart with a silver smile and they must know the words to all of behtovens tunes but the station most requsted by the all snobby rich preps is the all time benidiciton known as public radio

in a voice soft and lovely they say the company sponsors
as mosart plays in the background of the public air
all the wall street investors and big exceituves stop the things they been doing when nprs on the air

jaded bigwigs and jaded memories how they linger on the air
pepole always say its like an old melody out of tune and out of time

every night in the shadows when he drives back from amarrilo
he put on 98.5 on the npr listen to all things consitered and all those classy music shows turn on his radio and go and fall into his bed at home

repeat chourous 3X

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Jonathan S. - May 31, 2007 - Report this comment
()DKTOS Let's capitalization; misspellings of "Mozart" and "Beethoven"; and (apparently) slamming a perfectly good radio station. Thumbs down.
Michael McVey - May 31, 2007 - Report this comment
I liked the idea -- give him credit for that -- but JS is quite right about the spelling and grammar. Also, you need to use the "enter" key to separate the lines --- that would make your parody A LOT easier to follow.
Jonathan S. to Michael - June 01, 2007 - Report this comment
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