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Song Parodies -> "The Saint Valentines Day Massacre"

Original Song Title:

"The Night Chicago Died"

Original Performer:

Paper Lace

Parody Song Title:

"The Saint Valentines Day Massacre"

Parody Written by:

Mikey F

The Lyrics

welll this was infact one of the replys to DArkjon64's parody writing contest at the messege boards, and I liked it so much that i decided to submit it
They paid off the cops
on the South side of Chicago
Back in the USA back in the bad old days

In the cold of a winter's night
in the land of the dollar bill
when the men of chicago died
and they talk about it still
When a man named Al Capone
tried to make that town his own
and he called his gang to war
as the forces of the law

I heard that mobsters died
I heard they were killed when the men of Chicago died, brother what a night it really was, brother what a fight it really was, Glory Be!
I heard that mobsters died
I heard they were killed when the men of Chicago died, wonder what made all the people ran,
wonder why they tried to take Bugs Moran, Yes Indeed!

and the sound of the battle rang, through the streets by the old North side, till the last of the hoodlum gang,
had been gunned down with pride, there was shouting in the store, and the sound of a barking dog, and I asked someone who said, bout a dozen men are dead,

I heard that mobsters died
I heard they were killed when the men of Chicago died, brother what a night it really was, brother what a fight it really was, Glory Be!
I heard that mobsters died
I heard they were killed when the men of Chicago died, wonder what made all the people ran,
wonder why they tried to take Bugs Moran, Yes Indeed!

then there was no sound at all, but the stakeout accross the hall, and the door opened wide, two cops with guns held at their side, and the mob got in their place, and they blew the men away

The night the mobsters died
na na na na na na na na na na na the men of Chicago died, brother what a night it really was, brother what a fight it really was, Glory Be!

The night the mobsters died
na na na na na na na na na na na the men of Chicago died, brother what a night it really was, brother what a fight it really was, Glory Be!

The night the mobsters died
na na na na na na na na na na
the men of Chicago died, wonder what made all the people ran,
wonder why they tried to take Bugs Moran, Yes Indeed!
and might I just add that everything inside of that song is entirly true and that you can trust me because I know probably more about this subject than anyone should.

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