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Song Parodies -> "Goodbye Girls"

Original Song Title:

"Goodbye Earl"

Original Performer:

Dixie Chicks

Parody Song Title:

"Goodbye Girls"

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The Lyrics

Hey, when Eminem wrote "Kim," he caught flack. What about the Dixie Chicks? BTW, the name is just me not being creative.
Once upon a time there lived two girls, named Wanda and Mary Ann,
Wanda was beaten by her husband -Earl- until the gals killed that man.
Then they got on with their lives, with no remorse, cause they knew he had to die.
For every time her beat his wife, each time he went and made her cry.
But the law found his body and questions were asked, and soon the girls were there on trial.
The judge gave them both 20 to life, unless they wanted to walk the green mile.
So they got thrown in jail, on 10 g's bail, and both were seized by amazing fright.
And Mary Ann met her cellmate, a gal named Ms. Tome, who killed her husband with a knife, and was in there for life.
Goodbye, girls! This girl has an itch. To make you her prison -----, girls. Don't try to fight. It's your very first night, girls. She'll take you down, and knock you in the crown, girls.
This could have been the very end, if not for some southern hicks.
They heard her story, and thought it was glorious, and told the Dixie Chicks.
Well, the Chicks sang about it, and sold lots of records, and had a whole lot of fun.
And pissed off everybody by dissing a boy from where they was from.
Then they went off to write some more impolite stuff, and pass it off as an art.
And they said "Courtesy" was intellectu'lly weak, as though their music sounded smart. Hey, it spoke from the heart!
This is where the rating gets REALLY bad, and censorships starts at home.

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