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Song Parodies -> "Monrgomery Ward the Store"

Original Song Title:

"Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer"

Original Performer:

Gene Autry

Parody Song Title:

"Monrgomery Ward the Store"

Parody Written by:

Tim Hall

The Lyrics

Do you know where Rudolph the Red Nosed reindeer was born
He is part of everybody's Christmas morn
but do you recall the store that was the start of it all

Montgomery Ward the store
was founded in Chicago
Started as a catalog
In the Lake Michigan snow

Sears Roebuck saw a new trend
Caused by the Ford Model T
Sewell Avery was myopic
Won't see opportunity

Then in 1944
Avery had to say
To hell with the government
Down Montgomery Ward went

How the company rotted
For competitors to see
Montgomery Ward the store
faded into history

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Pacing: 4.4
How Funny: 4.2
Overall Rating: 4.2

Total Votes: 5

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Johnny D - November 20, 2004 - Report this comment
Ahhh, the Windy City!
Ingeborg S. Nordén - November 21, 2004 - Report this comment
Educational but a bit short in the humor department--and the pacing had to be forced in many paces. 4-3-3.

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