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Song Parodies -> "La Vie En Prose"

Original Song Title:

"La Vie En Rose"

Original Performer:

Edith Piaf

Parody Song Title:

"La Vie En Prose"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

Dedicated to Bob Gomez
Oh, my closers were a blast,
I was high on the mast-
Head. Ah, la vie en prose.

I kicked ass with my headlines,
And closed before deadlines,
For me, la vie en prose.

When I whipped out my press card
I always would press hard
To be first in the room.

To hear him/her speak from the stage high above,
Catch him/her in lies, write them up, loved to right wrongs.

But I sold out for a fee
And joined a company. . .
Flacked PR prose.

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Pacing: 4.3
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Overall Rating: 4.3

Total Votes: 3

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