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Song Parodies -> "Seven-Color Rainbow"

Original Song Title:

"Seven Nation Army"

Original Performer:

The White Stripes

Parody Song Title:

"Seven-Color Rainbow"

Parody Written by:

Alan the Ottoman

The Lyrics

This is a nonsense song and my latest parody in two weeks
I'm gonna kick 'em out
A Seven-Color rainbow doesn't shine on me

I ain't got any doubt
Somewhere in the world there is slavery

And I'm talking to myself at night, but I don't know why
Maybe it's just me or I'm just that kind of guy

And the Pokémon with the skull on its head must be Cubone

Don't wanna know about it
I don't wanna hear what you have to say

I seriously doubt it
I know exactly what it is anyway

And I know this game is "heads I win" and "tails you lose"
It's a game that you can't win and a gift you can't refuse

And the guy from the Rolling Stones is Brian Jones

I'm going to Victory Road
Off to the Plateau to face the Elite Four

I'm gonna lighten this load
I ain't ever been the champion before

And I'm beating, and I'm beating, and I'm beating them before the lord
I am gonna beat my rival's rear and he shall think no more

And Professor Oak said "You've won! Now we're sending you home

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