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Song Parodies -> "Beautiful Hoosier"

Original Song Title:

"Beautiful Loser"

Original Performer:

Bob Seger

Parody Song Title:

"Beautiful Hoosier"

Parody Written by:


The Lyrics

No, I'm not from Indiana :)
He wants to live in big cities
With the wisdom out of Muncie
Wants to leave his farm, far from Indy
Hew wants to play for the Pacers, you see

Beautiful Hoosier
Why'd you leave Fort Wayne?
And realize that they all love Notre Dame

Gary's always been your best friend
If you need it, it'll be there again
Michigan wil always be second best
In yousr state, they'll always respect a guest

Beautiful Hoosier
Hail from Terre Haute
Don't let the Jackson scandal get your goat
(Why'd it get your goat?)

Can have pride, but your state ain't it all
Oh, oh no
Your state don't make many enemies, enemies
Alaska's cold,. Rhode Island's a sneeze
We'll always ask, so don't leave, oh please

Beautiful Hoosier
Indiana's gonna call
Promise you'll always come back in the fall
Or at least just make a call

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