Your sports team is vastly inferior
That simple fact is plainly obvious to see
We’re gonna kick your collective posterior
Of course you realize we’re speaking figuratively
Our stats are thoroughly impressive
Our coach really has the Midas touch
Our players are fast and strong and brave
And your guys, eh, not so much

In fact we've played teams across the nation
And you’re the worst one we've come across
Try to assimilate that information
And it just might help you cope with your impending loss
Oh, and if somehow we are still failing
To effectively articulate the points at hand
Allow us now summarize them in a manner
That your feeble brains can understand

We’re great (We’re great)
And you suck (You suck)
We’re great (We’re great)
And you suck (You suck)
We’re great (We’re great)
And you suck (You suck)
You see there’s us (We’re great)
And then there’s you (You suck)
We’re really, really great (Really great)
In contrast, you really suck (Really suck)
Okay, full disclosure, we’re not that great
But nevertheless, you suck

Your sports team will soon suffer swift defeat
That theory’s backed up by empirical evidence
We’re gonna grind up your guys into burger meat
Again, of course, we’re speaking in the figurative sense
What’s the use of even going through the motions
When you know that you’re gonna lose anyhow
So why don’t you save us all some time
And give up now (You suck!)


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    General CommentFunny how my two favorite songs are back to back on this album! So, yeah, my favorite thus far is a toss-up between this one and "Word Crimes"; "Word Crimes" seems to be a bit more bitter, but it's not like this one lacks in the bitterness department, either! PROTIP: For some reason, I like it when Weird Al gets bitter during his parody songs.
    limedogon August 11, 2014   Link

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