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Song Parodies -> "We Are The Champions-Red Sox Version"

Original Song Title:

"We Are The Champions"

Original Performer:

Queen-Wayne's World

Parody Song Title:

"We Are The Champions-Red Sox Version"

Parody Written by:

Static

The Lyrics

if the red sox won it all...
We've paid our dues
Eighty five years
Rode the train of anonymity
While Steinbrenner had his beers
But now we are back
This time we avenge
Though we're the champions of the whole world
It's not enough revenge
So we're gonna sing on and on and on and on

We are the champions - Jason
We knew Jeremy'd win first in the end
We are the champions
We are the champions
No time for Yankees
'Cause we are the champions of the world

We'll take our bows
And our curtain calls
Talk about an
Amazing victory
I thank you all
No more masochistic time in the trash
Because we are back to the place we belong
And we're free at last
So we're gonna brag on and on and on and on

We are the champions - Jeter
And we're all fans of Nomar - he's no cheater (hey, it rhymed)
We are the champions
We are the champions
No time for Yankees
'Cause we are the champions of the world

We are the champions - Steinbrenner
And we knew that John Henry'd bring a winner
We are the champions
We are the champions
No time for Yankees
'Cause we are the champions

Bonus Verse:

We'll take our bows
And our curtain calls
Talk about an
Amazing victory
I thank you all
No more masochistic time in the trash
Because we are back to the place we belong
And we're free at last
So we're gonna brag on and on and on and on


listen to this: cubbies-bosox, game 7 world series, they use all the players and it's a tie. funny or what?

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T.J. Spindler - October 03, 2003 - Report this comment
d:'^){=< (Redsox player wipes tear from eye) Static, I am serious about this. I'm not saying this because we're good friends, but this, this is gold. You should sing this song at a redsox game in your state. This is awesome!!! check my new parodies!!! Plus, I have 25 parodies now! you are still way ahead of me!!! Check and leave a comment on the guestbook of: http://www.expage.com/parodyking and http://www.expage.com/weirdalpoodlehat they're my "Weird Al" Yankovic sites. tj out to try to do a GOOD Redsox parody 'cause my other one sucked!
Michael Pacholek - October 03, 2003 - Report this comment
Ahem. This might be funny if, for the third time since 1988, the Olde Towne Teame wasn't getting all F's against the A's. Byung-Hyun Kim, as if they didn't have enough Yankee-related problems. Maybe next year, the Red Sox can "86" their Curse. Maybe next year, they can actually beat the Yankees out for the AL East. Maybe next year, they can actually win the whole thing. And maybe next year, they can flap their arms and fly to the moon. Until then, the theme song for the Boston Red Faces remains that of 1967: "To Dream the Impossible Dream." And, as W.C. Fields said, "If at first you don't succeed, try, try again. Then quit. No sense in being a damn fool about it." Sesame Street has been brought to you today by the letters N and Y, and by the number 1918.
Charlie Decker - October 03, 2003 - Report this comment
Nice parody. Though I am a Yankee fan, I respect the fact that you can keep dreaming. Look out for my (I Can't Get No)Satisfaction: Red Sox version!
Static - October 04, 2003 - Report this comment
You know what, Pacholek? This song isn’t supposed to be funny. The Impossible Dream will always live on in the hearts of the millions of fans in Red Sox Nation who have, year after year, vowed revenge on New York and Mr. Shipping Boy (Steinbrenner) every year since long before you even learned how to insult the Red Sox. Babe Ruth may have cursed the Boston Red Sox in some fans’ eyes, but it’s really because of Curious George wasting so much money on flops. Did you know that the Yankees would lose about seven current starters out in the field and almost all of their starting pitchers if baseball limited salaries to $5 million a year (and putting those guys in a dispersal draft), while the Red Sox would lose only Nomar, Manny, and Pedro? Do you know why Clemens is even in New York in the first place, because Red Sox Nation had to put up with an incompetent general manager for years (Daniel Duquette, please report to Boston to star in a musical) who was “blinded by the ‘twilight’” of Clemens’ career? Do you know that the whole reason why you have Jason Giambi is because Billy Beane made the first (and only) mistake of his managerial career? Do you know that Byung-Hyun Kim also SAVED GAME 7 IN 2001 TO WIN IT FOR THE ARIZONA DIAMONBACKS? Be careful who you criticize, Michaelopedia. Just because Red Sox Nation is poor, doesn’t mean that we aren’t the champions in our own fantasy world, where we each have about 100 more times imagination than Yankees Nation has. Yankee fans don’t dream. They blow holes in their pockets. And though some of us may promise our souls to the devil in order to befuddle Steinbrenner worse that on that Derek Jeter Visa commercial (doesn’t Curious George do the voicework for Kermit the Frog, come to think of it?), it’ll all be worth it to see some Yankee fans burning with us. Praise Mr. John Henry. Worship the Red Sox. And may the Impossible Dream never die. Amen.
Static - October 04, 2003 - Report this comment
poor i mean in championships, not heart.
T.J. Spindler - October 07, 2003 - Report this comment
Amen. Whoa! I haven't said that since the last day I went to church. About 4 years ago. tj out
Michael Pacholek - October 08, 2003 - Report this comment
Static, you wanna talk about wasting money, I think the all-time MLB record for that belongs to Mr. Thomas Austin Yawkey. He tried to buy a World Championship from 1933 to 1976, and it worked about as well as cutting taxes to reduce the budget deficit. Nice man to have as a boss, poor accountant. If the Sox had to give up Nomar, Pedro and Manny, you know what they'd be? The Tampa Bay Devil Rays. But with a nicer ballpark. I mean, with a ballpark. Kim did not "save" Game 7 in '01 because the inning began with the D-backs losing. But then, with the lousy bullpens the Sox have had over the years, I'm not surprised you can't comprehend the save rule. Red Sox "Nation" "poor"? Since when is New England a nation, much less poor? Ever hear of Beacon Hill? Martha's Vineyard? And the only Devils I offer my soul are gonna beat the Bruins tonight. Not that you'll notice with Wakefield pitching slower than you drive. Oh, and if baseball limited salaries to $5 million, that would be income redistribution, and a few people on this board wouldn't like it. As they say in Rome, "MCMXVIII!"
Static - October 09, 2003 - Report this comment
25 Reasons To Hate The Yankees: 1. Win, or be released by Steinbrenner 2. Opposite of Boston: While we turn mediocre guys into stars, New York turns stars into mediocre guys 3. Because if not a Sox fan, you aren’t exactly… uh… serenaded in Boston (except for sympathy discounts in Jillian’s) 4. Kansas City, Pittsburgh, Toronto, Milwaukee, and those indigenous persons from Tampa –combined- are paid less 5. Sterling Hitchcock is paid more than Derek Lowe 6. Sterling Hitchcock was paid more than Derek Lowe 7. Who’s Gabe White? Why does he make more money than AL Batting Champion Bill Mueller? 8. No playoff shaved heads 9. You aren’t allowed to dance, eat, or just carouse with your friends unless you have a Visa card 10. Steinbrenner’s voice-over sessions as Kermit the Frog 11. Steinbrenner to Epstein: “Luke. I am your father.” 12. Eleven players who have $5,000,000 salaries or more 13. At least 3 of those 11 being barely mediocre or old coots 14. George W. Bush signing players while nobody’s looking, because both are just referred to as “George” 15. The #1 reason why there are budget cuts all over the country 16. The reason why anime is bombarding us: Hideki Matsui 17. Two words that mean “overvalued bust”: Jose Contreras 18. If a $5M salary limit is imposed, Chris “Who’s He?” Latham would be starting in the field 19. Nineteen available players if the limit was imposed 20. The team Pete Rose bet on all the time 21. Contract offers made to each player per week 22. Glasses of booze David Wells had before he threw the perfect game 23. Age that Jose Contreras claims to be 24. Times a day Bucky Dent is cursed 25. Players on the Yankees roster who are always in hot water after a loss
John Spoof - October 13, 2003 - Report this comment
Hey! Thanks for visiting my "Real Greg Brady" song and commenting on it. Your song has clever words but I really don't like it that much. I hate the Red Sox, (being a New York Yankee fan) and I know that ever since 1918, the Red Sox would never win another World Series again becuase of Babe Ruth's Curse. I'm not saying that your song is bad, I'm just telling you that its a good idea for Sox fans. Yankees rule! visit my songs again please, they're under John Spoof in parody authors.
John Spoof - October 13, 2003 - Report this comment
Hey! Thanks for visiting my "Real Greg Brady" song and commenting on it. Your song has clever words but I really don't like it that much. I hate the Red Sox, (being a New York Yankee fan) and I know that ever since 1918, the Red Sox would never win another World Series again becuase of Babe Ruth's Curse. I'm not saying that your song is bad, I'm just telling you that its a good idea for Sox fans. Yankees rule! visit my songs again please, they're under John Spoof in parody authors.
Genius in Maine - June 28, 2004 - Report this comment
Beautiful! I loved it! I can hardly wait for the day the Red Sox finally dethrone the Yankees! BTW, everyone outside of New York knows that Nomar is better than Jeter. Nomar is a great ballplayer and a great person. Jeter is merely an average ballplayer who had one really good year. If he didn't play in New York, no one would know who he is.
Jonathan - December 08, 2004 - Report this comment
TO ALL YOU YANKEE FANS OUT THERE I SAY HAHAHAHAHAHA WE WON!!!!!!!!!!!!
Chucky G - January 01, 2005 - Report this comment
Genius in Maine, you are an idiot. Check Jeter's stats at www.baseball-reference.com
joe in winthrop - January 23, 2007 - Report this comment
That was very clever! Is there anyone out there who can provide or suggest a way of getting the lyrics to Ken Coleman's 1967 Impossible Dream recording?
www.volny.cz/jeeptoledo/ - March 08, 2007 - Report this comment
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f - March 29, 2007 - Report this comment
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