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Song Parodies -> "Shyster"

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The Specials

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Elgin Edward Suiter

The Lyrics

Why must you hack into my PC?
Were you "planting" to find "Kitty Pourne"?
Are you gearing up all of your rank and file
For Operation: Perfect Storm?

You can't fight sedition with mob tricks;
Abuse the law to build a 'mound'
I hate to think what the future will be
When I live in a real "shyster" town...

Don't call me "Oswald"...

Don't go through life with an honest plan,
Or they'll confiscate your solid ground;
I hate to think that we're headed for the brink
When I'm living in a real "scheissen" town

Won't offer up no more solutions
Abuse the law to salve a "mound"
I hate to drink to a future that brings
In a boat load of real shyster clowns

(Don't call me "Bundy"
My name is not "Serpico"...)

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Old Man Ribber - October 24, 2011 - Report this comment
EES - From the title, I thought this one was going to be about lawyers. ;D

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