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Song Parodies -> "ESPN: We're Loud!"

Original Song Title:

"We're Loud! (NBC Proud as a Peacock Parody)"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"ESPN: We're Loud!"

Parody Written by:

Masked Parody

The Lyrics

ESPN is starting to get run into the ground... this explains why. I know the facing is off as you can tell I don't like Stephen A. Smith.
We're loud!
Uh-huh... say it again!
ESPN... We're loud!
Going down the drain!(LOUD!)
We're becoming such a pain! (LOUD!)
Since Steve A. came, he raises his voice and he's really lame!
Now Dave's fired, Al Jaffe sucks. Mike Hall isn't any better! (NO!)
We're proud to be ESPN!
We're loud!
Chris Berman's act is stale! (LOUD!)
and Kenny Mayne is too! (LOUD!)
Now that we're turning 25, we'll show that poker all day long!
We don't care, it's all right, ESPN is always there, we're number 1 in the world and we're... oh so LOUD!
We're loud!
We're louder than the rest!
So loud!
It's doesn't matter we're cuz we're the best!
We're gonna screw around and run this network in the ground!
The (worldwide) leader's dead, so thank Stephen A.!
Yeah! Thanks a whole lot!
ESPN... loud as a fratboy!

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