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Song Parodies -> "Cobblers to the World"

Original Song Title:

"Harvest for the World"

Original Performer:

The Isley Brothers

Parody Song Title:

"Cobblers to the World"

Parody Written by:

Jim A

The Lyrics

Cannot understand, watching that Big Brother
Celebrity lives, s'what the news will cover
Why can't we just say cobblers to foreign people
Why can't we just say cobblers to all the world
Cobblers to The World

news may not be pleasant, often guaranteed
turn onto the other side, Football's on it seems
what's this Iraqi fuss, something we don't need
Why can't we just say cobblers to the world

A nation planted, near TV again
As the adverts come we know, the channel gets changed
not time to worry about that place
Why can't we just say cobblers to the world

Cannot understand, don't care 'bout no others
Celebrity lives, get the only mention
news ain't looking good, don't suppose you're bothered
Overlooking on, hopin' to say Cobblers to the world

bored with every battle, and turned it off you see
Those of us who pay the price, live too far from me
Nation after nation, ignorance release
Why can't we just say cobblers to the world

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