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Song Parodies -> "You Are A Fan Of MacGyver"

Original Song Title:

"Proud To Be An American"

Original Performer:

Lee Greenwood

Parody Song Title:

"You Are A Fan Of MacGyver"

Parody Written by:

Tokusou Sentai Blessranger

The Lyrics

If an enemy becomes a friend,now he's saving my life
And I don't use real weapons,except for my pocket knife
Used a cut credit card,made a traffic jam today
Cause my name will stand for action that's not taken away

So you are a fan of MacGyver,with complicated machines
And these machine are made of ordinary things
He never gives up,he's afraid of heights anyway
Cause there's no trouble,MacGyver will show up everyday

If a light bulb was used as a set of lock picks
That is outstanding,and it is worth a trick
A duct tape and dough scraper with a Japanese folding fan
Makes a helicopter attack that's great,understand?

Well you are a fan of MacGyver,with complicated machines
And these machine are made of ordinary things
He never gives up,he's afraid of heights anyway
Cause there's no trouble,MacGyver will show up everyday

And you are a fan of MacGyver,with complicated machines
And these machine are made of ordinary things
He never gives up,he's afraid of heights anyway
Cause there's no trouble,MacGyver will show up everyday

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