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Song Parodies -> "Winter Furlough-Land"

Original Song Title:

"Winter Wonderland"

Original Performer:

Perry Como

Parody Song Title:

"Winter Furlough-Land"

Parody Written by:

bartholomew cheapshot and giblet o'sarcasm

The Lyrics

Christmas for certain seasonal IRS workers
Sleigh bells ring, are you listenin'
On your cheek, tears are glistenin'
You're more than annoyed
'Cause you're unemployed
Sitting in a winter furlough-land

Gone away is your paycheck
Hits your life like a train wreck
You're down in the dumps
And feel like a chump
Sitting in a winter furlough-land

In the meadow build a Snow-Director
And remember to leave out her heart
She's inhuman, just a cash-detector
You'll find another job if you are smart

Later on, who'll retire?
All the crew has been fired
Decisions were made
No reason displayed
Sitting in a winter furlough-land

Copyright 2003 bartholomew cheapshot and giblet o'sarcasm

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