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Song Parodies -> "Forever Guilty"

Original Song Title:

"Forever Autumn"

Original Performer:

Justin Hayward

Parody Song Title:

"Forever Guilty"

Parody Written by:

Jim A

The Lyrics

the Jeffrey Archer song
The Prisoner is heading to North Sea Camp jail
another novel's drawing near
Jeffrey Archer will be the author
now he's in jail

he watched that guy Aitken who told another lie
but thought that he could get away
the judges they brought back their verdict
now he's in jail

like some other tories he was found guilty
he got caught and then he got put away

though nearly London Mayor he threw it all away
he always loved himself you say
those handcuffs there are for his use now
he'll stay in jail

like some other tories he was found guilty
he got caught and then he got put away

a mocking laugh comes quickly from the public's lips
as if they would have sympathy
Archer will be forever guilty
yes he's guilty
yes he's guilty
yes he's guilty

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