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Song Parodies -> "Simpsons"

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Cab Calloway

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The Lyrics

Bart, Man - your middle name is Cool - Bart Man,
The toast of Springfield School.
You're the rad-est guy on TV -
Even more than Homer J. you're a ok!

Now ,Simpsons, you've been our entertainment -
Every single night.
I don't care for all the rest, you really are the best -
Matt Groening's humor's all right!

Lisa - you are so adorable - Lisa,
And you're so enjoyable.
You're so bright and witty to boot -
You are narly to the max so play that sax!

For, Simpsons, you've been our nighttime staple -
Jokes are always new.
And if they cancel you, what else can we do -
But save up videos of you!

Doo, doo, doo, doo, doo, doodly, doodly - oo - oo - toodle, toodle.......
Homer: Lisa, stop playing that damn saxophone!!!

Now, Margie - you're just the height of fashion,
With your hair of blue.
And your slinky dress of green, you're a cartoon queen -
Oh, Margie Simpson, it's you!

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Pacing: 5.0
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Overall Rating: 5.0

Total Votes: 2

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