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Song Parodies -> "Roxanne, This Country Had Its Heart For You!"

Original Song Title:

"I've Got A Warm Spot In My Heart For You"

Original Performer:

Ben Pollack

Parody Song Title:

"Roxanne, This Country Had Its Heart For You!"

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The Lyrics

This song is about a very special woman who was, at one time, one of the most famous women in the country (popularity peaking around 1951). What a time it must have been...
"Roxanne", this country had its heart for you,
On "Beat the Clock", that's quite a start for you.

Assisting weekly, you took all the photo shots,
Consistent wearing a dress with polka dots,

One look at you was all the world required,
300 Boy Scouts (!!) praised you like a choir,

'51's long gone away, but remember this, it's true,
"Roxanne", this country had it's heart for you!

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Pacing: 4.8
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Overall Rating: 4.8

Total Votes: 16

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