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Song Parodies -> "Robert Blake"

Original Song Title:

"Fire Lake"

Original Performer:

Bob Seger

Parody Song Title:

"Robert Blake"

Parody Written by:

Malcolm Higgins

The Lyrics

who's gonna take that little creeper,
this is his last mistake
is this a storm, that he can weather,
gonna try that robert blake

who wants to break the news about d.n.a.?
you remember d.n.a?
it was the thing that O.J. faked
who wants to see old Judge ito?
try the case of robert blake?
try the case of robert blake?

who wants to hear that old cootie lyin like a bum?
old Baretta's will be fallin,
when the jury sees the gun
but he lies so well
but they'll catch it fast
and then he'll go down, sayin
oh lord, am I really here and now??

who wants to see his family's faces
give jury praise
goodbye to blake
askin for death is a big gamble
lets just put away Rob Blake
get out?
no way, not robert blake
get out?
life today for robert blake

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