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Song Parodies -> "Three Liars"

Original Song Title:

"Three Lions"

Original Performer:

Baddiel, Skinner & the Lightning Seeds

Parody Song Title:

"Three Liars"

Parody Written by:

Jim A

The Lyrics

He's off to jail, He's off to jail
He's guilty, Archer's off to Jail

Everyone knows he's criminal
and his books are all poor
and he's lied, twice before

and Archer's heading towards the Jail
and his face has turned pail
but he got legal aid
and his own cell there

Three liars in the sh*t
Angus Deayton Grinning
on his TV show
after a light grilling

so many notes, in hotel rooms
but his careers not doomed
unlike his, prostitute

and i see Ian....
...hislop and Paul...
...Merton giving him stick
when he's deep in the sh*t
but he can still score

Three liars in the sh*t
transport chaos looming
Byers shifted quick
when he put the truth in

I know he left then, but he's still Tonys' friend

he's going home
he's going home
he's spending
more time with his family

Three liars in the Sh*t
reputations ruined
sex & drugs & berks
we can stick the boot in....

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