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Song Parodies -> "Sheriff Joe Is The Man"

Original Song Title:

"Family Of Man"

Original Performer:

Three Dog Night

Parody Song Title:

"Sheriff Joe Is The Man"

Parody Written by:

Randy Hearn

The Lyrics

Maricopa County, Az. Sheriff Joe Arpiao, and illegal immigration
This mired city, holds yesterdays dream
Large hordes arriving, and pickin' it clean
A low level light weight, he stops the plan
Who's watching our homes, Sheriff Joe is the man

Tempers are rising, at levels to stay
Viewing our options, look the other way
Law books retreating, despite the stand
Colliding with hate, Sheriff Joe is the man

It's sooo hard, you never know what's coming through
Yes, it's sooo hard, in so little time
Ten Seventy's due

Memories we're facing, have come at a cost
Killing a rancher, as soon as they crossed
Victory's tilt, shake a heroes hand
Time's running out, Sheriff Joe is the man

Sooo hard, oh yeah
Sooo hard, sooo hard
Sooo hard, Joe is the man, sooo hard
Sooo hard, Joe is the man, sooo hard

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Total Votes: 1

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Barry J. Mitchel - April 27, 2010 - Report this comment
Thanks for alerting me to your parody; I'd overlooked it. Since IDNKTOS, and it's not funny (by intent), I'll refrain from voting. But I like the rhyme & meter and reference to AZ bill #. Just watch your spelling, e.g., yesterday's & hero's.

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