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Song Parodies -> "Everybody's Gone (The Wembley Stadium Song)"

Original Song Title:

"Everybody's Gone"

Original Performer:

Senseless Things

Parody Song Title:

"Everybody's Gone (The Wembley Stadium Song)"

Parody Written by:

Jim A

The Lyrics

and the Wembley Stadium fiasco carries on......
So many years away, from a new stadium
Wembley falls behind
F.A's bureaucracy, has cost so much you see
and affected football

Everybody's, on the motorway to Cardiff
Everybody's gone

Governments move fast, when covering their ass
just to suit things now
seems everybody's gone, there's an England match that's on
at London it's not there

Everybody's, on the motorway to Cardiff
Everybody's gone
Demolish Wembley
the stadium's got too old
but have one near that you can use

Everybody's, on the motorway to Cardiff
Everybody's gone
Rich footballers, meet up with Welsh farmers
the ground in Arsenel could be used

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