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Song Parodies -> "The Snob Rules (The French Revolution Song)"

Original Song Title:

"The Mob Rules"

Original Performer:

Black Sabbath

Parody Song Title:

"The Snob Rules (The French Revolution Song)"

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The Lyrics

I’m so sick of these
Fancy people and
The respect they demand!

Pretty clothing and
Giant houses don’t
Make you instantly grand!

We won’t bend a knee
To aristocracy!
But the truth remains cruel:
The snobs rule!

While us peasants are
Sick and starving,
The rich live it up eating bread!

We’re the workforce, but
They don’t care,
It’s easy to leave us for dead!

This isn’t okay!
We’re wasting away!
The monarchy’s all tools!
The snob rules!

We’re serving the state
With no food on our plate!
Do they take us for fools?

Fellow workers, let’s
Band together and
Storm the palace of Versailles!

They oppress us with
Man made famine, so
Mary Antoinette must die!

She’ll soon be the queen
Of the old guillotine!
No more living on gruel,
The snobs rule!

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