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Song Parodies -> "McDonalds Wants me"

Original Song Title:

"Indiana Wants Me"

Original Performer:

R. Dean Taylor

Parody Song Title:

"McDonalds Wants me"

Parody Written by:

Rudy Ramirez

The Lyrics

(Car door slams out side)

Mcdonalds wants me, Lord I can't go back there
Mcdonalds wants me, Lord I can't go back there
I wish I had Ronald, to talk to

If a man ever quitting I did
No one had a right to work so hard and so cheap
Its better to be looking somewhere out in the streets
Out there the manager is coming
I've been so tired of frying


It hurts to see the man that I've become
To know I'll never see the long and endless lines
I'll never see the Big Mac or the fries again
If I could just not do that
cheese, pickles or mayonnaise the Big Macs.


I hope this letter finds it's way to the new crew
Forgive me if I told them what to say or what to do
Hang on to the happy meals
I hear a voice is calling me
Good Lord, it looks like the manager found me


(Repeat line "Mcdonalds wants me, Lord I can't go back there" over
and over with background of "This is the manager. I did talk to you.
We need some one on the morning crews." and fade)

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