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Song Parodies -> "The Ted Cruz"

Original Song Title:

"Theme from "The Love Boat""

Original Performer:

Jack Jones

Parody Song Title:

"The Ted Cruz"

Parody Written by:

Alan Hochbaum

The Lyrics

Adios and adieu
Oh dear lord
We will not miss you.

Just fall on your sword
Please just go
Take your hair grease too.

The Ted Cruz
Hopefully won't make another run
The Ted Cruz
Listed as "the antonym of fun."

Set your course now for censure
The Donald, if you've the chance.

And Trump might still hurt some more
He's the open sore on your rigid smile.

He's Trump
Yes you got gored by Trump, Trump, Trump.

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Pacing: 2.2
How Funny: 2.2
Overall Rating: 2.2

Total Votes: 20

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George - May 04, 2016 - Report this comment
Yup, sniveling Ted got whooped by Trump. Yes siree! Big time!
Don't cry for me Ohio - May 04, 2016 - Report this comment
Kasich cancelled his morning event and will give a speech at 5 Eastern. Will he bow out too? If so, about time for Mr. Marshmallow Man! The guy who can't eat a pancake right!

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