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Song Parodies -> "Tart of Gold’ #2"

Original Song Title:

"Heart of Gold"

Original Performer:

Neil Young

Parody Song Title:

"Tart of Gold’ #2"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

He said they give,
so she could live
the very high life; called her tart of Gold’.
Now they’re ingressing
post-give and –give.
He’s bringing ’em in; he’s a tart of Gold’.

Out he quickly sold.
Administration’s stacked with pards at Gold.
Voters been cornholed.

Figured he prob’ly wood
bring in some deadwood.
But not quite so many of pards from Gold’.
They’ll have a fine time
down in the Gold’ mine.
’cause laws are worthless for the tarts at Gold.

Come in from the cold.
No need to purchase for the pards at Gold’.
In the dough all rolled.

He has purchased several pards from Gold’;
his regime’s got a lot o’ pards from Gold’;
they gained purchase with a tart for Gold’.
He found compliers in the tarts at Gold’.

*Goldman Sachs

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