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Song Parodies -> "Utah's On The Road"

Original Song Title:

"Riders On The Storm"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

The Doors

Parody Song Title:

"Utah's On The Road"

Parody Written by:

El DeRoblo

The Lyrics

Utah's on the road
Utah's on the road
Until we played we won
Onto this road we're done
Like a team without a home
An assole named Malone
Utah's on the road

There's a winner on the road
His team is whining like a goat
Take idiots away
And let the some monkeys play
If ya give this team a ride
Sweet victory will die
Losers on the road, yeah

Rod ya gotta love your team
Sloan ya gotta love Malone
Take him to the floor
Make him learn to score
The team on you depends
On teams who never win
Gotta leave your team, yeah

Wow!

Utah's on the road
Utah's on the road
Until we played we won
Onto this road we're done
Like a team without a home
An assole named Malone
Utah's on the road

Utah's on the road
Utah's on the road
Utah's on the road
Utah's on the road
Utah's on the road


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