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Song Parodies -> "’borg’s Free"

Original Song Title:

"Born Free"

Original Performer:

Andy Williams

Parody Song Title:

"’borg’s Free"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

’borg’s free, free from iron windows
and flees where the grass grows;
’borg’s free—to follow we start.

Tricky. . .this creature astounds you. . .
now creeping around you. . .
won’t find “him” drunk at the bar.

Stay free? Our posse will find “dude”
and keep the cyborg inside
behind walls to abide.

’borg’s free—the “guy” had uprisen. . .
no mo’ in his prison,
but caught shortly.

The creature is sly and snide,
but he’ll be back inside.

’borg’s free, ’cause we blew our mission:
we fidget in prison,
and the ’borg’s free!

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Overall Rating: 5.0

Total Votes: 5

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Rob Arndt - August 07, 2015 - Report this comment
Resistance to writing a parody of the Borg proved futile!!! 555
Michael Pacholek - August 08, 2015 - Report this comment
Assimilate these fives.

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