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Song Parodies -> "Leppert's News"

Original Song Title:

"Headline News"

Original Performer:

Weird Al Yankovic

Parody Song Title:

"Leppert's News"

Parody Written by:

Green Bloodied Hound Dogs

The Lyrics

This Song Is About Weird Moments That Happend To Our Lead Singer Jessy Leppert
Once There This Boy Who,
Once Came To Jessy Leppert
And Hit Him With The Spoon And When
He's Been Telling Them He Said
Sure Glad It Wasn't A Hammer
It Could've Been A Headache But Only For A Spoon

Once There Was This Girl Who,
Saw Him In Circus,Circus A Hotel In Vegas
And When She Heard Him Singing
She Was Screaming,But He Was On A Screen
She Didn't Realize That Jessy Was Standing There

Jessy Leppert Is Really Funny
He Will Come Anytime

And Then There Were These Kids Who
Came To Jessy's Hometown And Suddenly Got Mad
And Then He'd Finally Them They Did
Somthing To Fool Him
He'd Couldn't Quite Explain It
He'd Couldn't Quite Say It

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