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Song Parodies -> "The Ballad of '24'"

Original Song Title:

"Good Riddance"

Original Performer:

Green Day

Parody Song Title:

"The Ballad of '24'"

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The Lyrics

I wrote this song the week before the season one finale of "24", and the last two lines when that episode aired. I think it's how everybody was feeling at this time.
Last Week the turning point was Nina being the mole
There's one week left to go til' the end of this show
I'm so addicted to this show I dont know why
I can't help wondering if Gaines is still alive

The Following Takes Place Between 11pm and Midnight
This is the longest day of my life

Jack Bauer's a federal agent looking for his wife
His daughter has been kidnapped today, not once but twice
Well Victor Drazen's gone quite mad he's gone to pot
"With Dennis Hopper" is the credit that I spot

Let's hope when season two comes round, Kim will be more wise
Or will she kidnapped by some more guys?

There's forty seconds left to go till the clock hits midnight
Who's that in the chair? Oh.. it's his dead wife
Beep... Beep... Beep...

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MysteryGoat - December 31, 2003 - Report this comment
I have to be honest, not the greatest. But I love 24 so what the hell right.

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