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Song Parodies -> "A Retail Christmas"

Original Song Title:

"Us and Them"

Original Performer:

Pink Floyd

Parody Song Title:

"A Retail Christmas"

Parody Written by:

Marching Hammer

The Lyrics

Yeah, it's a little late, but if you were in Wal-Mart, it never seems to end!
Us... and them
And after all, we're only ordinary men
Me... and you...
God only knows, it's not what we would choose to do

When you're in line for a very long time, it really really SUCKS!
The cashier's slow and the line that I'm in is not moving at all!

Green... and Red
Why, oh God, did I just not stay in bed?
Hate... this store
Waiting in this line is such a frigging bore!

Oh my dear God, his light is blinking, some moron didn't get the price.
Now I have to wait for an extremely long time, how about sucicide?

(music plays as voices are in background) "*Beep*
Customer: Um, no, that was $1.00 cheaper
Cashier: OK, but I'll have to call my manager
Customer: That's fine
Cashier: *little groan then turns on light*
(Rest of line gets frustrated and starts yelling obsenities)"

Down... and out
It can't be helped, but there are a lot of people about
With... Without
and who'll deny it's what the cursing's all about

Haven't you heard all the cusswords that are caused by the waiting
What of the price... of liquid plumr and an apple?
We'll just have to wait...

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