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Song Parodies -> "Mourning Has Broken"

Original Song Title:

"Morning Has Broken"

Original Performer:

Cat Stevens

Parody Song Title:

"Mourning Has Broken"

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The Lyrics

I thought I has posted this tribute to Alonzo Mourning here at Amiright, but no I haven't. So here I go for the cheap Malcolm. This one goes out to my Junior English teacher, whose overexposure of Cat Stevens basically made me hate the guy
Mourning has broken
The Big East record
For shot rejections
In a calendar year
Praise to John Thompson
Praise to the Hoyas
Jeers to the folly
Of the point guard

Swat the new layup
Send it to cheap seas
Spiked like a volley ball
To start the game
Praise for the sweetness
Of the block party
Sprung from eliteness
Of Zo's long frame

Denied is the hook shot
Denied is the post up
Born of a bad choice
Send it away
Praise with ovation
Praise is abounding
Zo's abnegation
Of your set play

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