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Song Parodies -> "Advance To Fridays Off"

Original Song Title:

"Advance Australia Fair"

Original Performer:

Traditional

Parody Song Title:

"Advance To Fridays Off"

Parody Written by:

Jonathan Russell

The Lyrics

THE REAL AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL ANTHEM
Australians all let us rejoice
The weekend now is near
We've worked a filthy week for this
Ah mate let's all kick back.
Our desks abound in paperwork
Our backs and hands they ache
In desperate times, who needs the rymes
Advance to Fridays off.
We’ll call in sick or duck off quick,
Advance to Fridays off.

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LittleCupCakes - January 09, 2009 - Report this comment
I call them FishNet Fridays! Yeh!! And it's a FullMoo today, as well ! I'm wearing my miniSkirt, and struttin' my stuff: I gotta keep these Engineers warm here in sunny, yet chilly NorCAL.

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