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Song Parodies -> "There Goes Santos Con"

Original Song Title:

"Here Comes Santa Claus"

Original Performer:

Gene Autry

Parody Song Title:

"There Goes Santos Con"

Parody Written by:

Pol Potlatch

The Lyrics

There goes Santos con, there goes Santos con
Thief that felt no shame
Fibbin’, bullsh!ttin’ and major crimes were all part of his game
Smell he’s bringin to a stinkin’ Congress that’s full of shite
Though it’s not shocking, so many players like Santos con do alright

There goes Santos con, there goes Santos con
Had no sense of shame
He was a bagman for just himself, a conman it’s so plain
Had many criminal angles, but faces a plight
Over his head with all crimes he led
Now Santos con’s outta sight

There goes Santos con, there goes Santos con
Crook that felt no shame
He ain’t around ’cause he was kicked out
Got only himself to blame
Creep’s a scourge and he had gall but he just wasn’t too bright
By the score, they gave him the shove, now Santos con can’t check kite

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