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Song Parodies -> "O Minnesota"

Original Song Title:

"Wandering Pilgrim"

Original Performer:

Twila Paris

Parody Song Title:

"O Minnesota"

Parody Written by:

Edward Genereux

The Lyrics

This song is about the events that doomed Glen Mason's career as the University of Minnesota's football coach. Tim Brewster, his successor, is a MUCH better recruiter and accordingly deserves to stay, despite a 1-8 record in his first season as the U's coach (at the time of this writing) and no bowl coming this year.
Stanza I.
O Minnesota! what have you done?
You blew that lead and Texas Tech won!
Soon, "Fire Mason"s were even in Stephen,
So my Minnesota gave Mr. Mason the boot!

Stanza II.
O Minnesota! what did we do?
There was a coach out there just for you;
His name is Brewster, he'll bring us the Roses
'Cos my Minnesota gave Mr. Mason the boot!

We'll win again if we trust
Tim Brewster; he'll go help us!

Stanza III.
O Minnesota! we are not dumb!
We'll have a brand-new brick stadium!
To Pasadena we'll follow ne'er hollow
'Cos Glen Orrin Mason surely was getting the boot!

You, Mason, wanted the boot!
Let's not give Brewster the boot!
Spoken: You deserved it, Ex-Coach Mason!!!
Go Gophers!

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