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Song Parodies -> "Get A Rope"

Original Song Title:

"Skip A Rope"

Original Performer:

Henson Cargill

Parody Song Title:

"Get A Rope"

Parody Written by:

Immoral Liberal

The Lyrics

Get a rope; get a rope.
Oh, looking at the label, here we see:
Says this here condiment is made in New Jersey!?
Get a rope.

Pace is made in San Antonio;
The good people of Texas always know
How picante sauce is supposed to taste.
This New Jersey stuff looks like nuclear waste!

Get a rope; get a rope.
Cooky are you poisoning us slowly
By using this competitor from New Jersey?
Get a rope.

David Pace died late in ninety-three;
Early next year, Campbell's bought the whole company.
Forget that old ad; what irony:
Pace now belongs to Campbell's in New Jersey!

Get a rope; get a rope.
Oh, who would sell out Pace's legacy
To awful soulless douchebags out of New Jersey?
Get a rope.

Yes, Campbell's is in Camden in New Jersey,
And Camden is the absolute... worst city...

Get a rope; get a rope.
For selling out Pace, we should make them pay:
Let's hogtie them like that jerk Floyd... and haul them away...
Get a rope; get a rope.
Get a rope; get a rope.
Get a rope; get a rope.
Get a rope; get a rope.

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Pacing: 4.7
How Funny: 4.7
Overall Rating: 4.7

Total Votes: 14

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