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Song Parodies -> "The YMCA"

Original Song Title:

"Hernando’s Hideaway "

Original Performer:

Archie Bleyer

Parody Song Title:

"The YMCA"

Parody Written by:

Andrew Lardieri

The Lyrics

I know a fun, family friendly place
A place where everyone knows your face
A great swim team a non profit race
It’s called, the YMCA, ole

All you see are friends to make
And all you hear are workout breaks
And no one cares what help you take
Not at, the YMCA, ole

At some greedy high-end gym or any place you go

You will meet your great grandpa and any geezer you know

But if you join the thing that I am thinking of
You will be free
To talk to me
Perhaps feel loved

Just ask the staff for a quick tour
To see what you are looking for
Then join and you will help pay for
The cause, of the YMCA, ole

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