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Song Parodies -> "We Left Our Game In Indiana (reprise)"

Original Song Title:

"Back Home Again In Indiana"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"We Left Our Game In Indiana (reprise)"

Parody Written by:

Jonathan C.

The Lyrics

Since I screwed up the pacing of my last parody, I have decided to redo this parody even though it won't change the dreadful score of the Colts-Jets game on January 4.
We left our game in Indiana
And it seems that we got creamed.
The defense feel apart, the Jets ripped Peyton's heart.
Not like Coach Dungy had dreamed.
Edgerrin must have crapped in his trousers
And Marvin, he could not roam.
And when our plane touches the runway on the Wabash,
We'll get booed at our Indiana home.

Chad Pennington looked like Joe Namath
While Manning looked to 2004.
The offensive line, made us fall behind
41 to zip, the score
Please don't boo us, there's always next year
We will win in the Hoosier Dome.
And Jim Irsay kicks his old nasty drug habit
Then the Colts will call another town it's home.
Always think positive.

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Pacing: 3.9
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