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Song Parodies -> "I Put Acosta In His Place"

Original Song Title:

"I've Grown Accustomed To Her Face"

Original Performer:

Rex Harrison

Parody Song Title:

"I Put Acosta In His Place"

Parody Written by:

Fred Landau

The Lyrics

Now that the Trump vs. CNN lawsuit (Nov. 2018) has died down, maybe a chuckle is OK?
Darn, darn, darn, darn! (Trump running around the White House angrily)

I told Acosta to his face
That there’s no way he’d get back in
I told Acosta that his sass
Made me revoke his pass
The smirk, the snark
In each remark

And with the judge’s ruling now
I'm seething, but I’ll claim a win.
We seem extremely codependent.
Well, it says so in the press.
Plaintiff and defendant
Both can gain from this whole mess

I kept Acosta in his place
Acosta and that voice

- [sighs as Acosta walks in and sits]

Acosta’s in his place.

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2Eagle - November 23, 2018 - Report this comment
( expletive deleted ) fine parody.

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