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Song Parodies -> "N.M.E salesman"

Original Song Title:

"American woman"

Original Performer:

Lenny Kravitz

Parody Song Title:

"N.M.E salesman"

Parody Written by:

Andrea Huckstep

The Lyrics

This is a song parody where King Dedede is fed up with the NightMare Enterprises (N.M.E.) salesman in the Kirby cartoon when he needs a monster and he doesn't have the greenbacks to pay for it, and is sung by King Dedede himself.
N.M.E. salesman, go away from me
N.M.E. salesman, buddy let me be.

Don't come cryin' for some dough
I don't wanna see your shades no more
I've got more important things to do
Than spend my cash on monsters from you

Now salesman, go away,
N.M.E. salesmen, listen what I say.

Don't come onto that monitor,
I don't wanna hear your demands no more
darkened lights can hypnotize
give a little spark to Kirby's eyes.

Now salesman, go away
N.M.E. salesman, listen what I say

N.M.E. salesman, said go away
N.M.E. salesman, listen what I say
Don't come cryin' for some dough,
I don't wanna see your shades no more
I don't need your flimsy schemes
I don't need your fraud machines.

Darkened lights can hypnotize,
give a little spark to Kirby's eyes

(Repeat chorus and fade out)

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