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Song Parodies -> "Using eBay"

Original Song Title:

"Moonlight Bay"

Original Performer:

Dorris Day

Parody Song Title:

"Using eBay"

Parody Written by:

JollyJester

The Lyrics

We were surfing the net
Earlier today
Thought to make a stealing
Using eBay
But this auction web site
Built in San Jose
Wastes our money, wastes our time
All night and day

You can get anything
You want for pay
All the stuff you really don’t need
Using eBay
Lunch with Warren Buffet
You say no way
For only 2.6 million bucks
A date was made
Using eBay

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Porfle Popnecker - May 10, 2012 - Report this comment
Warren's gonna pick up the check, right?
JollyJester - May 10, 2012 - Report this comment
Actually it looks like an anonymous bidder wanted to set a record for eBay and spent over $2.6 million!! Google, "Buffett lunch sets $2.62 million record" for more details.

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