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Song Parodies -> "The Lawyer Song"

Original Song Title:

"Come Out and Play"

Original Performer:

The Offspring

Parody Song Title:

"The Lawyer Song"

Parody Written by:

Patrick H. Mines

The Lyrics

You gotta keep on litigatin'

With the jury selected
And our client appeased
We keep on laughin' all the way to the courtroom
Winning lawsuits with the greatest of ease
You may find yourself set up to fall
And if they catch you call on "Wynn, Lockehart, and
If one guy's stories and the other's don't mix
We're gonna find 'em out

Hey man know how you're gonna plead?
We gotta keep on litigatin'
Hey man can we discuss our fee?
Plead the Fifth
We gotta keep on litigatin'

Hey they don't pay no fine
If we're really crafty you won't be serving any
Hey, it's Judgement Day!

By the time your hearing started
We were long on the case
Try so hard to keep you from going to jail
Just don't mention that you like to freebase
But if we get a judge as mean as a troll
No one's getting pardoned
No one's getting paroled
You've over twenty counts of death and violence and
Might as well tie your own rope


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