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Song Parodies -> "Al Capone For Christmas"

Original Song Title:

"I'll Be Home For Christmas"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Bing Crosby

Parody Song Title:

"Al Capone For Christmas"

Parody Written by:

Patrick McWilliams

The Lyrics

I was telling my brother about "I'll Be Cloned For Christmas". He thought I'd said "Al Capone For Christmas". So, I did.
Al Capone for Christmas
Hospitality
There'll be sin, and bootleg gin
And criminality

Bodyguards surround us
Jackets with a bulge
Ignore Prohibition
Please feel free to indulge

Headlines 'bout a rub-out
Bad publicity
G-Men know, where we all go
A tax bill we might see

Holidays in cell block
My life is a mess
Got a card for Christmas
From some fed named Ness
Al Capone referred to illegal liquor (at least in the upscale part of town) as "hospitality".

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