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Song Parodies -> "College Football Star"

Original Song Title:

"Kansas City Star"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Roger Miller

Parody Song Title:

"College Football Star"

Parody Written by:

Tom Holly

The Lyrics

For all football fans.... Am I Right?
Got an offer just "while back it was postmarked Washington
It was typed "n' clearly printed offerin' me a lotta pay
Bigger job with super wages, expenses free and a truck
But I'm in College here locally and I can't quit, I'm their star
Oy-yeah when I catch ball mid-field the cheerin' sreamin' madness nev'r ends
It's a ser''us game and I'm their hero headed for fame
I'm the number one receiver settin' records on nearly every pass-play
I'm the king of College Players, no thanks, Washington, I think not

CHORUS:
College Football Star, that's what I are
Yodel-deedle ay-hee, you oughta see my truck
I drive a big new fancy truck with wure wheels, got diamonds on the spokes
No credit need I have lots of cash
And my head coach tells me jokes
I'm the number one receiver settin' records on nearly every pass-play
I'm the king of College Players, no thanks, Washington, I think not

CHORUS

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