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Song Parodies -> "Ode to the Detroit Lions (The Lions Aren't Alright)"

Original Song Title:

"The Kids Aren't Alright"

Original Performer:

The Offspring

Parody Song Title:

"Ode to the Detroit Lions (The Lions Aren't Alright)"

Parody Written by:

M. Quinn

The Lyrics

Dedicated to the worst team that football has ever known.
Ten years ago, their future looked so bright (whoa)
Won half their games, doing something right (whoa)
And everyone in the whole damn state (whoa)
Saw potential, no they couldn't wait

An ephemeral revelry (whoa)
Two years later they had difficulty (whoa)
How can one lousy team
Lose consistently?

Chances blown
3rd and 3
Yellow flag,
Yeah it's hard
To believe
How dreadful
They can be

Finally, a win's currently in sight (whoa)
The time is ripe to sit back and give up the fight (whoa)
Interception, fumble, or get sacked (whoa)
Unwilling to leave the lead intact

So they finally won a game (whoa)
But I know they're not to blame (whoa)
What the hell is going on?
An unlikely victory

Chances blown
3rd and 3
Yellow flag
Yeah it's hard
To believe
How dreadful
They can be

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