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Song Parodies -> "Two Printers"

Original Song Title:

"Two Princes"

Original Performer:

Spin Doctors

Parody Song Title:

"Two Printers"

Parody Written by:

Jim A

The Lyrics

One, two Printers that annoy you
(are going dead now)
printers, printers that do not do
(just what they should now)
tear the, cable from the socket
(and reset now)
it's gone, right back to where you bought it
(and it's still dead now)

This one, should print A3-sized dockets
(User guide says now)
Got some damn fault inside the cartridge
(So the shop said now)
put it in, the guarantee will be screwed
(how bout that now)
leave it then, and the printer will be too
(how'd they work that, now)

Ahh, just pack in or try you see
both the printers don't work, tech support ain't free
ain't got it working and theres no guarantee
but, I know the trades description act covers thee
I know the trades description act covers thee

Say, they might print something out maybe
(but not in red now)
Straight lines, seem to come out wavy
(and the print heads now)
if you mess round with the power
(the things gone dead now)
one page is printed every hour
(thats what I said now)

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