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Song Parodies -> "New York Rangers '79"

Original Song Title:

"Ooh, La La Sasson"

Original Performer:

Sasson Commercial

Parody Song Title:

"New York Rangers '79"

Parody Written by:

Max Power

The Lyrics

After writing tons of parodies based on this OS, it's time to go after the target that deserves it as that's what helped the song get some attention...The New York Rangers. What were they thinking?
Are the Rangers gay?
Are the Rangers gay?

We wore tight skinny jeans
And we're not all that lean

Doesn't look good on mags
Boy, do we look like f@gs...

Really!

People think we're gay
Now mock Ron Duguay
The second commercial was better as it doesn't look as gay as the first one where they didn't even pronounce "Sasson" correctly and got sued by Vidal Sassoon as a result.

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JJ - December 08, 2016 - Report this comment
Woo!!! 5s

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