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Song Parodies -> "XFL's not football"

Original Song Title:

"Christmas Ain't Christmas"

Original Performer:

The O'Jays

Parody Song Title:

"XFL's not football"

Parody Written by:

Arcade Junkie

The Lyrics

In 2001,NBC, UPN & TNN broadcasted Vince McMahon's XFL games. The league was shut down for good after 1 season of low ratings, the lowest ever since hockey ratings. This is a tribute to that forgotten league.
XFL's not football without that Vince McMahon
They only played 1 season without that Vince McMahon

only 8 teams played football
similar to the NFL and all
in 2001
Now this league is really gone
My memories are almost gone
without that league of mine

(repeat chorus)

10 o'clock, oh so well, guess whose show is just next
Saturday Night Live
Xtreme at Maniax together
This game wouldn't last forever
LA won in double overtime

(repeat chorus 3x until fade)

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Static - December 09, 2003 - Report this comment
An XFL fan salutes you. 555

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