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Song Parodies -> "Tim Russert's Dead"

Original Song Title:

"Superman's Dead"

Original Performer:

Our Lady Peace

Parody Song Title:

"Tim Russert's Dead"

Parody Written by:

Tokusou Sentai Blessranger

The Lyrics

It don't matter if you don't like
Stupid Fox News junk
Even Wolf Blitzer's stunk
He can't "avoid the press", he can't avoid his death
This man passed away on "Jason Voorhees Day"

Alone I'm thinking
Why is Tim Russert dead
Is it in my head?
I won't be upset
You worry about the weather and
whether or not you should hate

He was born in Buffalo
Where the Bills still stay
You're happy about him
This man I'd hardly hate
Some never met this man, some still might "meet the press"
Somebody better off replace him anyway

Doesn't anybody ever know that the world's a newscast...

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Agrimorfee - June 16, 2008 - Report this comment
DKTOS, so i can't be too critical, but I liked your little memoriam.
jimmy - October 04, 2012 - Report this comment
tokusou sentai blessranger tim russerts dead

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