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Song Parodies -> "We Left Our Game In Indiana (New York Manning Disaster, January 4, 2003)"

Original Song Title:

"Back Home Again In Indiana"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"We Left Our Game In Indiana (New York Manning Disaster, January 4, 2003)"

Parody Written by:

Jonathan C.

The Lyrics

Sung by the Indianapolis Colts and their fans following the 41-0 playoff debacle with the Jets in New York.
We left our game in Indiana
And it seems that we got creamed
The defense wasn't sharp, the Jets smashed Peyton's heart.
It's not like Coach Dungy had dreamed
Edgerrin James ran like turtle
And Harrison just could not roam.
And when our plane touches the moonlight on the Wabash
We'll get boo-ed by our Indiana home.

We made young Chad look like Joe Namath
While Manning looked like Dieter Brock
The offensive line, did nothing but whine
'Til they saw the goose egg by the clock
Don't cry for us, there's always next year
Maybe we'll win in the RCA Dome
And we'll try a little harder, that we promise
Or else the Colts may call Los Angeles their home.

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