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Song Parodies -> "United Go Away"

Original Song Title:

"Slip Slidin' Away"

Original Performer:

Paul Simon

Parody Song Title:

"United Go Away"

Parody Written by:


The Lyrics

United go away
United go away
United Airlines is near destruction
Thats why I say United go away

United Airlines
Their really screwed up
They don't know how to treat their employees
They don't give a damn about how you feel
Thats one of the reasons why I think this airline should disappear

(Go up to United go away)

This company a sham
It's such a joke
That they can't compromise with their employees
It so awful they have no raise
Maybe this company should go down to the tube soon

(Go up to United go away)

It's just so awful
United management is a bunch of fat pigs
Mechanics can't get no raise since 1994
Maybe this company should file for Chapter 11 now

(Go up to United go away)

God only knows
He will find out if United will go down the tube
I believe that their just in the verge of destruction
United Airlines should just go away!

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