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Song Parodies -> "Hey Bears"

Original Song Title:

"Hey Girl"

Original Performer:

Billy Joel

Parody Song Title:

"Hey Bears"

Parody Written by:

Freddie C.

The Lyrics

Hey Bears, I want you to win, I want you to be good once again
And hey Bears, for all that it's worth, I want you to rule the NFC North
Beat up on Green Bay and the Vikings too

Hey Bears, you need some help, Urlacher can't do it all by himself
And hey Bears, you need some new stars, Where will they come from, where they usually are?
Big schools or small, or other pro teams?
Hey Bears...

(saxophone solo)

And hey Bears, now get on the field, I will be hoping and praying you will
Be good again, and make the playoffs

Don't lose again, Hey Bears, don't lose again...
Hey Bears, don't lose again...Hey Bears, don't, don't lose again
Hey Bears, don't...lose again...Hey Bears, oh no please, don't lose again...

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Freddie Scott - April 12, 2004 - Report this comment
Hey, C., this song was mine! BJ's great, but you really blew it this time!
Michael Pacholek - April 12, 2004 - Report this comment
But now that I think about it, Freddie Scott did a version of "New York State of Mind" a few years back. He still sounded like his girl had just left him.

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