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Song Parodies -> "The Great Offender"

Original Song Title:

"The Great Pretender"

Original Performer:

Freddie Mercury

Parody Song Title:

"The Great Offender"

Parody Written by:

Glynn Leaney

The Lyrics

THE GREAT OFFENDER

Oh-oh yes, he's the great offender,
Offending by driving his car.
Although it's allowed there is now a big crowd
Wondering why he could travel so far.

Oh-oh yes, he's the great offender,
He seems in a world of his own.
He broke no rule, though he's such a big fool,
And now finds he's almost alone.

His friend the PM is there on his side,
Ask anyone else, he has nowhere to hide.

Yes, he's the great offender,
Ignoring all calls to resign.
It seems to me and we all agree
That although what he did 's not a crime,
The truth is that he's had his time.

His friend the PM is there on his side,
Ask anyone else, he has nowhere to hide.

Yes, he's the great offender,
Ignoring all calls to resign.
It seems to me and we all agree
That although what he did 's not a crime,
The truth is that he's had his time.



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