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Song Parodies -> "African American Bowl"

Original Song Title:

"Star Spangled Banner"

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Parody Song Title:

"African American Bowl"

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The Lyrics

Why does sports and atheletes always have to be about race or the ability of a white man or a black man? Why can't it just be about sports and atheletes?
African American Bowl

O-oh say did you hear
Bout the hi-sto-ry made
Its two black, men who'll coach
Super bowl for-ty, o-ne

News-pa-pers and T V
Always pull the race card
On our sets as we watched
They were always re-mind-ing

Lovey Smith from the bears
Will be the first one down there
And Dungy did right
Now his friend he will fight

A-fri-can A-mer-i-can
Su-per bowl set
Home land in Mi-a-mi
Of the Sem-in-ole braves
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