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Song Parodies -> "Al Franken"

Original Song Title:


Original Performer:

Glen Campbell

Parody Song Title:

"Al Franken"

Parody Written by:

Randy Hearn

The Lyrics

This is for the jerk U.S. Senator Al Franken
Al Franken, oh, Al Franken
I still see your big eyes glowin'
I still see your damn hands gropin'
She was very young, when she met Al Franken

Al Franken, oh, Al Franken
I still hear the air waves splashing
While you watched the camera flashing
To you it's fun, just being Al Franken

I still see mis-handling some-ones daughter
Standing there, looking patiently
And how you're smiling playfully
You're a leech and a useless bum

Al Franken, oh, Al Franken
She was so afraid implying
And that she tried for years untying
I hope your crotch gets eaten lying in the sun
You're Al Franken, You're Al Franken

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Patrick - November 21, 2017 - Report this comment
A popular topic for today. More evidence, and a lot more recent than the acts attributed to Roy Moore. But Al Franken is a Democrat.

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