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Song Parodies -> "Money Hungry School"

Original Song Title:

"Johnny McEldoo"

Original Performer:

Irish Folk Music

Parody Song Title:

"Money Hungry School"

Parody Written by:

okayokay

The Lyrics

This is about problems in schools and colleges in terms of cutting benefits to increase funds.
It's a money hungry school, with the need and greed
Went to campus school to pay tuition one day
I had to pay it all, they won't take payments small
'cause the greed and money's there and they all felt gay
I visited the cashier, then ran to the can
My diarrhea slammed my stomach to the back
I finished up to pay, closed the game room today
For the campus can't afford just to give us slack

Money hungry school uses cash as a tool
And a hundred-dollar bill, they'll soon put out of sight
Shouting to the board with the roar for some more
'cause they never said before that their budget was tight
they drain up all your cash from your life saving stash
the chief he says ,relax we do our damnedest best
for everything they've got closes out, matters not
trips will cancel on the spot so that we have more tests
they swallow teacher's funds by the ton, so much fun
to make us freakin' run when the cashier shows the bill.
Tell us to give more, let the students be bored
"Give us twice as much and more before we have our fill."

They nearly suck a lake of the dough, heaven's sake
They will take our hour breaks if you don't hold 'em in
And the chief can overcharge; make their wealth feel so large
We'll see teachers being discharged and their blood set on fire
They'll begin to curse and swear tear their hair in despair
And to finish the affair call the chief man a liar
Cashiers drain you out and no doubt, make you shout
Debts will make you kick about like an old football
Make 'em strip their clothes, break their nose I suppose
Make 'em lower what I owe them in no time at all
Hungry school will raise the loot and they don't give a hoot
So throw a heavy boot at the cash keeper's head
Peeled off all their skin, starting under the chin
And the riots did begin and they all fought and bled
City cops arrived, number hurt; 25
And thus they made a drive for them all to march away
Now tuition's paid at a way lower rate
I went home and slept and ate a good meal that day.


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