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Song Parodies -> "Mumford and Sons"

Original Song Title:

"Jacob and Sons"

Parody Song Title:

"Mumford and Sons"

Parody Written by:

SpencerTheGriffinator

The Lyrics

Not too far back, no, not too long ago
Not long after indie rock began
Mumford lived in the land of London
A fine example of a songwriter man
Mumford, Mumford and Sons
Depended on money to sell their songs
Mumford, Mumford and Sons
Spent all of their days singing about love gone wrong
Mumford was the founder of an indie nation
Thanks to the number of fans he had
He was also known as Marcus, but most of the time
His fans and bandmates they would call him “rad”
Mumford, Mumford and Sons
Men of the arts, they brought millions to tears
Mumford, Mumford and Sons
A remarkable band to anyone’s ears

Ben was a relatively well-known member
With Ted and Winston, when they made “Sigh No More”
In the lead was Marcus Mumford,
All of them together bring the total to four
Mumford, Mumford and Sons
In the West London folk scene, they were the ones
Mumford, Mumford and Sons
Now I think my song is done
Mumford, Mumford and Sons (repeat 4x)

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