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Song Parodies -> "I Love the Cubs"

Original Song Title:

"I Love L.A."

Original Performer:

Randy Newman

Parody Song Title:

"I Love the Cubs"

Parody Written by:

Freddie C.

The Lyrics

Need I say more?
Hate the Atlanta Braves, they're a fake dynasty
And all their players choke in October
Let's leave the Braves to the losers
That team's a little bit too scary
For anyone who plays for them

Walking down Sheffield Avenue, another homer hit our way
The fans are chanting Sosa's name, and now the pitcher's mad

Sit on the rooftops, and the air's sweet with the pride of Chicago
Don't give up on the Cubbies just because they all have choked too many times before

From the El-Train to Wrigley, from the Lakefront to the Loop
Everybody's hoping still for a North Side championship
Then they won't have to wait for next year

I love the Cubs (We love 'em!)
I love the Cubs (We love 'em!)

Look at those rooftops, look at those fans
Look at those bums over there, man
Saying "Throw it back!"
Look at that ivy, there ain't nothing like it nowhere

Moises Alou (We love him!)
Greg Maddux (We love him!)
Slammin' Sammy Sosa (We love him!)
The Cubbies (We love 'em! We love 'em!)

I love the Cubs (We love 'em!)
I love the Cubs (We love 'em!)

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