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Song Parodies -> "Joe Schmo's The Man"

Original Song Title:

"You Win Again"

Original Performer:

Charley Pride

Parody Song Title:

"Joe Schmo's The Man"

Parody Written by:

Darius Whitehead

The Lyrics

Joe Schmo says he doesn't run over anyone.
[Verse 1]
This guy just ran, ran through the town.
And he's been seen, a driving around.
I knew that I, shouldn't listen to him,
I'm scared to know, Joe Schmo's the man.

This train of mine could never move,
These passengers, don't seem to groove.
All I'm wanting to do, is talk to him.
I cannot think, Joe Schmo's the man.

[Verse 2]
I'm sorry, Ryan, your bro just left,
He left to be, an identity theft.
He'll run over, a person again,
And then they'll say, Joe Schmo's the man.

[Chorus 2]
He has his car, he has his train,
He'll run over somebody, and feel the pain.
I guess that I should not be blamed,
I'm finding him, Joe Schmo's the man.
(c) Darius Kamron Whitehead Studios.

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