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Song Parodies -> "Alan"

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Original Performer:

Pure Prairie League

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Parody Written by:

Impure Curiae League

The Lyrics

Here's a sleaze who used to hang out with Jeffrey
Guy who hanged himself in the clink
Because he couldn’t live with himself
In spite of all his massive wealth because he'd shown
That he was a pedophile, his cover was blown

Alan, should we believe you?
You were part of Epstein's crew
He was vile does that mean that you were too?

We remember you pimping for OJ’s crime
Everyone knew he was guilty but he did no time
You too knew he did it, though it's a group job not you alone
With the whole team you were not right, you did wrong
But you went along

Alan should we believe you?
You worked for OJ with crew
He killed twice but got off because of you

We can't forget von Bulow who gave you pay
Poisoned his wife, you got him off and then he walked away
That's number 3, one pedophile and two killers you got free
Once again you'll try to do your trickery.

Alan we all know that you
Will work at what you best do
Go to trial, work again with a pimp crew

Alan we all know that you
Will work at what you best do
Go to trial, get this guilty one off too

You're appalling but that's what you do
Galling schmuck who was in Epstein's crew
Worked for OJ too
You went all in for Claus von Bulow too

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