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Song Parodies -> "The DOW Drops... and It's Bad News"

Original Song Title:

"We Move Our Tails for You"

Original Performer:

Continental Airlines Commercial

Parody Song Title:

"The DOW Drops... and It's Bad News"

Parody Written by:

Robert D. Arndt Jr.

The Lyrics

The Chinese continue to manipulate their currency and the markets. DOW Drops another 500+ points in one day, with a total drop of over 2200 points in recent weeks.
Investors were not happy,
Market down 1000 last week,
Then came Monday's bell,
Panic as point drop did repeat!

-1065 plummet news...
Europe, Asia sing the blues!

Rebound made all happy,
Up 900 to improve,
And then back to slow decline
Closing, almost 600 we did lose

Market "correction" overdue?,
That's a lie, none of it true!
Those F'ing Chicoms lying
With their warlike capital moves!

Devalue, devalue, devalue!!!
Spook the markets, and
cause the West to lose!
The DOW drops... and it's bad news!

For the American investors and the economy...

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Pacing: 4.9
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Patrick - August 25, 2015 - Report this comment
The stock market used to be a means by which entrepreneurs could raise funds for long-term production and ultimately profit. Now it is virtually synonymous with casino. Speculators buying and selling on emotions rather than reason.

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