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Song Parodies -> "Tampa Bay Bandits"

Original Song Title:

"Luckenbach, Texas"

Parody Song Title:

"Tampa Bay Bandits"

Parody Written by:

Arcade Junkie

The Lyrics

Did you know Burt Reynolds used to own the Tampa Bay Badits back then? Here's why...
In the State of Florida, they got football fever right here
Like Bobcats & Dolphins, Jaguars, Predators & Buccaneers
They've got their own stars under the marquee lights
But their was 1 team that's just not making the fight
Maybe it time we go back to the days of football

These were the Tampa Bay Bandits,
Spurrier coaching with the boys
We've been 3 good seasons and we can use footballs as toys
Between John Reaves throwin' and defense showin'
We're playin' games all throughtout the spring
It's the Tampa Bay Bandits and we've got footballs to fling

3 years without a title ring, after that it's time to go away
They were players like Curtis Bunche and Danny Buggs who played every Saturday
2 Bobs named Norris & Hopkins, and 1 named Richard Holmes
Actor Burt Reynolds was a team that he owned
Guess I spent time talkin' USFL football

(repeat chorus)

Take it, Steve!

(Steve Spurrier singing chorus)

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