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Song Parodies -> "Long Are Lines for Tests in Phoenix"

Original Song Title:

"By The Time I Get To Phoenix"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Glen Campbell

Parody Song Title:

"Long Are Lines for Tests in Phoenix"

Parody Written by:

Ana Fana

The Lyrics

Long are lines for tests in Phoenix
Numbers rising
Some people think, there just can’t be any more
Bad gaffes from the governor, who caused much grieving
Arizona keeps ratcheting up the score

He ain't fine, the governor, who was
Merely jerking off
With his head up this butt
And made not a call
To quell the virus that's always lurking
Down on job he falls

Much worse there than in Oklahoma
Numbers creeping
But OK's guv's positive we now know
Both states have extremely ineffective leaders
Who helped people die, all they did was smoke-blow
There's not much they know
Of sh*t they're full, so

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