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Song Parodies -> "Bad Old Collingwood Are Never"

Original Song Title:

"Good Old Collingwood Forever"

Original Performer:

Not sure

Parody Song Title:

"Bad Old Collingwood Are Never"

Parody Written by:

Thomas Whiteside

The Lyrics

I come from Victoria, Australia. here we our main sport in Afl, the
Australian Football league. there are 16 clubs and the most
despised team is collingwood. You either love them or you
hate them. Any way everybody here takes the mickey out of
collingwood, but they give as good as they recieve. I have
writtern the Collingwood FC's club song which goes like
this:Good old collingwood foreverThey know how to
play the gameSide by side they stick togetherTo uphold
the Magpies name See the barrackers are shouting As all
Barrackers should For the premierships a cake-walk For
the good old collingwood It then repeats about 4 times
Bad old collingwood are never
going to win the game
Side by side they stick together
but they always play the same
See the barackers all shouting
That's because they're pissed
Then the crowd all goes wild
Nathan Buckley's missed!

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