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Song Parodies -> "‘Knight’ in White Satin"

Original Song Title:

"Knights In White Satin"

Original Performer:

The Moody Blues

Parody Song Title:

"‘Knight’ in White Satin"

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The Lyrics

“Knight” in white satin
300-plus count threads
Racist gnome's bidden
To be the Justice head
Duties are to dismiss
Advances of yore
Up he is boosting
Beliefs of the core corps
Cuz he loves coup
And they love coup
Oh, how they love coup

He goes for people from Russia's land
And the dictator that has an iron hand
But spines of jelly are in some of his friends
And so they silently acquiesce or defend
This trumped-up loon
This trumped-up goon
Oh, how they love coup
wow! how they love coup!

Knight in white satin
Il Duce wants his head
Recusal nixed him
His career will be dead
He’s gonna be dismissed
Il Duce is sore
At the recusal
He can’t take any more
So the gnome’s through
Racist gnome’s through
Although he loves Ku
Oh, how he loves Ku

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