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Song Parodies -> "'Good Ole Days' Are What's On Their Minds"

Original Song Title:

"On The Trail Of The Lonesome Pine"

Original Performer:

Laurel & Hardy

Parody Song Title:

"'Good Ole Days' Are What's On Their Minds"

Parody Written by:

'n Old Dump Rat

The Lyrics

Noxious clowns in Virginia
Band of loathsome slime
In the old Confederate home
As in a horrible time
These racist goons like cancer loom
Within the country
They're loving Jim Crow and slavery
Racists and Nazis

They are not merely content to brawl
No they are much more ill
ISIS inspired vehicularly
A racist drives for the kill
"Heil Trump" they bray
Much like the brown shirt crew
Longing for the days
Of Kristallnacht and banned Jewry
And blacks in their place

There's a goon fringe mountin' in Virginia
Good ole days are what's on their "minds"
They love the old times
Killing is one's crime
With Charger he maimed and murdered, mindless stooge
It's a killing clown crew
Right arms raised as Nazis always do
There's a loon fringe mountin' in Virginia
That is guilty of terror crime

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