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Song Parodies -> "Throwback Days"

Original Song Title:

"Dance Hall Days"

Original Performer:

Wang Chung

Parody Song Title:

"Throwback Days"

Parody Written by:

Arcade Junkie

The Lyrics

Cashin' in on the latest apparel craze...
Pacers jersey with the hand
'89 Pistons on the jacket stand
'70 Hawks pants from waist to heels
The way I feel feels retro real

We are
To our throw...back....days
It's the lat...est...craze
When I, you, and everyone we knew
Wanted a Lakers jersey in blue
Oh, I said

Vintage Braves hat to cover the hair
It makes you being a sports fan, there there there
We heard something in our ears
Cavaliers jersey from 14 years

(repeat chorus)

So go down to the clothing store
'cause our throwbacks sell not less, but more
Go get a Braves jersey, road blue
Rappers have their own throwbacks too
Rappers have their own throwbacks too

(repeat chorus)

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Andrew Morse - January 06, 2004 - Report this comment
Nice job. I've been wondering when someone would do a parody about the throwback craze.
Arcade Junkie - January 07, 2004 - Report this comment
Thanks, Andy, I've always wanted to write about that.

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