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Song Parodies -> "Please, Stop The Strike!"

Original Song Title:

"I Like Boys"

Original Performer:

The Weirs

Parody Song Title:

"Please, Stop The Strike!"

Parody Written by:

Jay Jianoran

The Lyrics

The Song is about the 1994 Baseball Strike from the MLB Players Association
The Players went on Strike
They give up the World Series
On August 12, 1994
Please, Stop The Strike

Chorus: Please, Stop The Strike (Please, Stop The Strike)
Please, Stop The Strike (Please, Stop The Strike)

Shane Mack went to Japan
And so did Kevin Mitchell
Franco putting in Japan
To play some baseball

Chorus: Please, Stop The Strike, go back to USA
leave Japan Now, Go Back to The MLB!

MLB Needed a plan
To start a Salary Cap
895 players had gone to Free Agency
And Replacement Players Took Over.

Chorus: Please, Stop The Strike (Please, Stop The Strike)
Please, Stop The Strike (Please, Stop The Strike)

January 10, 1995
Thomas Roberts awarded 11 players
for money, but on April 2, 1995
The Strike is Over!

The Strike is Over (The Strike is Over)
Players went back to Business (Went back to Business)
Our Season is starting
On April 25, 1995!
How do you like my song?

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Overall Rating: 1.0

Total Votes: 1

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JT Esteban - July 01, 2008 - Report this comment
It's awful, much like much of Jianoran's other work. Nothing matches the original tempo or pacing and it's hardly clever. More of the same from Jay Jianoran.
Banjackson - September 02, 2008 - Report this comment
Right on JT! Can someone tell this guy to just stop and go away. His stuff needs to leave the internets today.

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