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Song Parodies -> "Drove and Blew It"

Original Song Title:

"Live and Let Die"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Paul McCartney & Wings

Parody Song Title:

"Drove and Blew It"

Parody Written by:

Max Power

The Lyrics

Phil Mickelson idiotic move at the U.S. Open.
When I was young and my game was an outside shot,
I used to say win and just win,
(I thought I did, I thought I did, I thought I did)
But if this ever changing course in which we played in
Makes me give in and drive,

I drove and blew it!
Drove and blew it,
Drove and blew it,
Drove and blew it.

Why do I used the driver,
When I just need only one shot to seal it all,
I thought I could drive it to the green!

When I was young and my game was an outside shot,
I used to say win and just win,
(I thought I did, I thought I did, I thought I did)
But if this ever changing course in which we played in
Makes me give in and drive,

I drove and blew it!
Drove and blew it,
Drove and blew it,
Drove and blew it.
Would've won the U.S. Open had he played it safe but instead he just had to use the driver so he can be the choker he was years ago.

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