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Song Parodies -> "Monopoly"

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Original Performer:

Elvis Costello

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Green Bloodied Hound Dogs

The Lyrics

Is It All In The Pretty Little Game Of Yours?
That Goes On In The Place In The House?
Well I Use To Play A Game I Could've Sworn
That The Game Is Monopoly
It Used To Have A Carefree Mind Of It's Own
With A Jail Part Of The Game
These Days I'm Afraid Were Not Even Sure If We Wanna Play Monopoly

Do You Suppose Winning Properties
Monopoly Is Gone For Good?
All The Time She Laughs At Those Who Go To Jail And Lose The Game

Did The Years Drag By At The Boardwalk? Did The Park Place Go?
Did They Collect $200
Will You Wake From A Dream With A Cop At The Door?
Taking You From Monopoly
Well It Was All A 100 Years Ago?
With Atlantic City Famous
And A Young Man Sailed And A Ship To England
With A Game Of Monopoly

On ABC In 1990
And Monopoly Became A TV Game Show
Picked Upon The Host Of Michael Reilly
Supposed To Be Peter Tomarken


Monopoly Has No Finish Line, We Don't Know When It'll End
We Might Just Play Til Midnight, The Game Is Not Very Light
It Used To Have A Time Limit Of Its Own, With A Nice Part Of Town
Saying Will Play The Time
My Game Is Monopoly

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David Pratter - January 30, 2005 - Report this comment
This year is Monopoly's 70th Anniversary! (Parker Brothers patented the game in 1935.)

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