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Song Parodies -> "Bring back The Crowds"

Original Song Title:

"Send in the Clowns"

Original Performer:

Judy Covington

Parody Song Title:

"Bring back The Crowds"

Parody Written by:

Glynn Leaney

The Lyrics


Isn't it quiet?
Don't you agree?
Missing support from the fans,
Is it just me?
Bring back the crowds.

Can it go on?
What's in a game?
Playing with nobody there,
It's not the same.
Where are the crowds?
Bring back the crowds.

Most football clubs, backs to the wall,
How will the poor ones survive with no income at all?
Hoping their matches will be one of those on TV,
Gaining them time,
For all to see.

It matters not,
Home or away,
Hoping that they will appear on
Match of the Day.
But where are the crowds?
Please bring back the crowds.
We want them back here.

Isn't it quiet?
No atmosphere.
Waiting to open the gates
To bring some cheer.
But where are the crowds?
Please bring back the crowds.
Well, maybe next year.

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