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Song Parodies -> "I'm The Dealer"

Original Song Title:

"Hallelujah"

Original Performer:

Milk & Honey

Parody Song Title:

"I'm The Dealer"

Parody Written by:

Parody Beast

The Lyrics

Who told me to do this?
I'm the dealer of the night,
Place your bets please, raise those stakes!
I will make a bet on who I build on
No, I really cannot bet on Myself
Aces are high and they're low
Do you raise it or you stick?
Do you dare to raise it all the way now
Or do you take it to the new high?

No time to trick, time to raise,
Take the dealer as I am!
I will take the money for the granted,
and make a stand for the big winnings now!
Get a Blackjack on the best cards,
Chances are not as they seem!
But the risk is not to be seemingly,
better than a jacks or better hand!

Not the risker of the big wins!
Not the blackjack! I'm done with this!
You have made me the worst dealer in history,
Now I really am not gonna be brill!
You have told me not to rule me,
but I make the rules right here!
I will not stop your ambition right here!
NOW IT'S TIME TO UNLEASH MY WRATH HERE!
This is past Euro day...

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