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Song Parodies -> "Changing Channels (Michael T. Mondak Edition)"

Original Song Title:

"Changing Channels"

Original Performer:

Jimmy Buffett

Parody Song Title:

"Changing Channels (Michael T. Mondak Edition)"

Parody Written by:

Michael T. Mondak

The Lyrics

Girl of a thousand faces
From a long line of familiar places
Daughter of a police detective
Oh she's my friend Sheila

She's just changing channels
Staying on her toes
She's just changing channels
As she goes

This place is full of Penguins fans
Who come from all over the land
Simple lives are being tarnished
And makes them look addicted
Some folks have got a front row seat
Others haven't ate any meat
Some will go and some will stay
It won't matter anyway

They are changing channels
Crazy girls and boys
They'll be changing channels
Changing toys

Survivors of hurricanes
Children of crazy Danes
Strange thay they behave
Like it's another world

There's an island on the river
Where the people eat some liver
Somewhere on the old long stream
Do they live or did I dream

They were changing channels
Waiting for their sails to fill
They were changing channels
Always will

They'll be changing channels
Waiting for their sails to fill
They'll be changing channels
Always will

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