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Song Parodies -> "You Know I'm Tight"

Original Song Title:

"You Know You're Right"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"You Know I'm Tight"

Parody Written by:

Jim A

The Lyrics

I don't need new shoes again
I won't buy a pint again
Forget my mates birthdays again
I just don't want to spend it
Check the bargain offer
15% off? Yeah
ain't gonna take some cash to spend
& parting with cash hurts
Not got twenty pounds to lend
I don't think I'll ever spend
Bank accounts - my cash is there
Income Tax is not fair

This time ISA's help
Interest rates that bankrupt you
I won't ever spend on you
Stock Markets bring bad news
Savings accounts I prefer
I don't really want loose

Change! (x5)
You know I'm tight

Graduate in accounting
Masters in Cash-Making
I won't even spend on you
I won't even bother to
You gave me fifteen quid
And I know I want it now
I don't ever want spare change
It's not what I ever have
It's money I wanted
It's cards too
Check the bargain offer
15% off yer......

Change! (x5)
You know I'm tight

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