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Original Song Title:

"We're Proud"

Original Performer:

Joey Levine from Crushing Enterprises for NBC

Parody Song Title:


Parody Written by:

Cedric Baker

The Lyrics

A parody of a parody. NBC employees, embarrassed of the networks failures under President and CEO Fred Silverman, wrote and sang a parody called "We're Loud", lampooning the networks poor ratings performance and incessant promotion of inferior shows compared to the competition. This is what it would sound like today now that former President and CEO Jeff Zucker has had a similarly failed tenure at the network.
Say what?
is this happening to us-
Had we not just gotten back on top?
But then we lost Seinfeld and the NBA,
Thank god for Sunday Night Football and Today,
'cause without them,
we would surely be-
But we refuse to die-
We know we're wasting everbody's time-
We have by far and away
the best news and sports,
but it's still not enough-
We truly suck cock!

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