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Song Parodies -> "Good Guys"

Original Song Title:

"Blue Skies"

Original Performer:

Al Jolson

Parody Song Title:

"Good Guys"

Parody Written by:

Michael Pacholek

The Lyrics

They don't always stay that way.
I'm so blue, just as blue as I can be.
Every day is a rotten day for me.
They were our guys in 1984.
They were our guys, but they're not anymore.

Good guys, smiling at me.
They're only good guys, I can see.
How could this plan go wrong?
They will be good guys from now on.

I never saw Saddam acting so bad.
Fighting with Iran, our weapons he had.
Afghani rebels, fighting Red guys.
Hey, Osama, go learn to fly.

Blue days
Ron brought them on.
They won't be good guys
from now on.

And now we have a war, goes on without end.
Bin Laden took planes, to towers he'd send.
George blamed Saddam, he couldn't prove why.
That's why we all sit down and cry.

Blue days, blue days
since "Bring it on, on, on!"
They won't be good guys
from now on!

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