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Song Parodies -> "Mr. Al Franken"

Original Song Title:

"Snow Miser"

Original Performer:

Rankin-Bass Comics

Parody Song Title:

"Mr. Al Franken"

Parody Written by:


The Lyrics

Man to woman:"Who is this person again?" The woman says:"Wait here and you will see!"
(Al Franken walks in to the room and the music starts.)

I'm Mr. Al Franken, I'm with the left!
I'm Mr. Al Franken, and Joe Biden knows best.
Whomever I touch, turns democrat to the clutch!
I'm too much!

(Al Franken starts dancing around. His wife Franni joins in.)

He's Mr. Al Franken, he's with the left!
He's Mr. Al Franken, he believes Joe Biden knows best.

Don't want to deal with Ted Cruz, Mark Rubio or
EEEESH! Donald Trump!
Nancy Pelosi's my chum,
I'm too much!

(The music ends>)
Woman to Al Franken:"Will you sign this petition legalizing prayer in public schools?" Al Franken:"Sorry. You will have to talk to Dennis Miller, the EVIL Lord of the Right to get permission for me to sign!" Woman:"Okay. Thank you."

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