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Song Parodies -> "Guys, Schlep Apart in San Francisco"

Original Song Title:

"I Left My Heart in San Francisco"

Original Performer:

Tony Bennett

Parody Song Title:

"Guys, Schlep Apart in San Francisco"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

This troubling mess can scare us; we subsist day to day.
I’d be worried if Rome were where I had to stay.
In lieu of leaders are drones*; things are rotten in Manhattan.
If your home is The City by The Bay:

Guys, schlep apart in San Francisco.
Eyes on the drill: proximity!!
Do beware: this is worse than SARS
Right there: stay where you are!
Don’t run your fingers through my hair,
or share air.

Hunker in lairs in San Francisco.
What should you do? It’s clear to see:
Rest in your home and to Sazeracs go,
get roaring drunk…as high as me.
(get roaring drunk, repine with me.)

*As of 4/3/20 Florida, Georgia, Maine, Oklahoma, Alabama, Arkansas, Iowa, Missouri, Nebraska, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Wyoming

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Total Votes: 1

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harry - April 06, 2020 - Report this comment
great one, JB. and timely, too. I get it.

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