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Song Parodies -> "The Network Everybody Should Know"

Original Song Title:

"We're Proud! (Proud as a Peacock campaign song)"

Original Performer:

The National Broadcasting Company

Parody Song Title:

"The Network Everybody Should Know"

Parody Written by:

Mackie Simpson

The Lyrics

Because if Rarity is the pony everypony should know, NBC can be the network everybody should know!
We're proud, uh huh, say it again!
N B C.
We're proud!
We're the toast of the town.
We're the network on the go.
Since Freddy left,
We're working to be 1st place again
A 50 rating,
A 50 share
Can we make our mark?
Sure can!
We're so proud to be
We're proud!
We're becoming popular again
You'll seek our approving glance
Of our many shows
Cause Agri Birds Toons is the main attraction
We're becoming the talk of the world,
And Comcast is always there
To make us not just proud
And also great
We're proud!
We're not last place.
So proud!
We're the network in the flow.
We're the type of network everybody should know,
NBC, proud as a peacock!

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