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Song Parodies -> "Dr. Metz"

Original Song Title:

"Meet The Mets!"

Original Performer:

New York Mets

Parody Song Title:

"Dr. Metz"

Parody Written by:

Max Power

The Lyrics

A song about a villian in " Diamonds Are Forever ".
Everybody wants to beat Dr. Metz!
Bring your guns,
bring your puns;
Guaranteed to have the time of your life
because Dr. Metz's a traitor; tried to destroy Washington D.C!
everybody'd coming down
to beat Dr. Metz of SPECTRE!

Oh, the lynch mobs and the hitmen and the people on the streets,
where did they go? TO BEAT DR. METZ!
Oh, they're hollerin' and yellin' and they're jumpin' off their cars,
where did they go? TO BEAT DR. METZ!
All the people are armed with bats and pipes,
so hurry up and come on down -
"cause we've got ourselves a traitor,
The Dr. Metz of SPECTRE!
Give him a blow!
Give him a hole!
And let the mafias have him in the end!
- Dr. Metz

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