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Song Parodies -> "Uptight Dress Codes"

Original Song Title:

"A White Sport Coat"

Original Performer:

Marty Robbins

Parody Song Title:

"Uptight Dress Codes"

Parody Written by:

Albert Cheney

The Lyrics

The NBA is implementing a new dress code,and this song is Allen Iverson's response.
Uptight dress codes give me consternation
I won't give up baggy pants.
This "white" dress will cause mass migration
I might go play ball in France.

David Stern has got to go,
Someone else should run the show.
Since he has a ding dong brain,
Lock him up in bling bling chains.

I'll fight sport coats like I'd fight castration
Both things are too, too rude.
Don't take away my mystique.
Collared shirts are just for geeks.

These styles were 'in' long ago,
Worn by guys like Ross Perot
And though he made lots of bucks,
His apparel really sucks.

Since Stern shuns my side-cocked cap,
Let him "dress code' my jock strap.

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Michael Pacholek - November 07, 2005 - Report this comment
The lines about Perot saved it. Of course, Mark Cuban bought the Dallas Mavericks from Ross Perot Jr. Probably the best thing to happen in Dallas since J.R. Ewing got shot.

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