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SONGS TO MISS MACK BY

 
 
Iím going to miss former Texas coach Mack Brown. Theyíll be nobody to make a Pat Buttram image pop into my head. He was a good coach, a class guy and especially, Iíll miss him during the OU-Texas Cotton Bowl weekends. Thereíll be no more reason for any Oklahoma City radio stations to play my Mack Brown song parodies. I expect Mack beat Bob Stoops this year to forever stop my songs. They need a proper burial so this column will provide it. One last time:

With many apologies to Sir Mix-A-Lot: BOBBY GOT MACK
 
I like beating Mack and I can not lie
You other brothers canít deny
That when Mack walks in with his car salesman face
You wanna put him in his place
Itís all fun
Beating the Longhorns
Cause you notice when Mack gets stuffed
His face gets red and puffied
Itís a hoot and I canít stop laughiní
Itís like Bevo giviní a calfiní
Itís like Mackís on the ground makiní gruntiní sounds
And their big olí bass drum has him bounciní around
Itís all fun
Want to join in all this fun?
Then turn your fingers down
To the groundÖ Even frat boys got to shout
Bobby got Mack
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah
Bobby got Mack
 
With even more apologies to Stoller and Lieber: MACKIE BROWN
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Fe fe fi fi fo fo fum
I smell a joke in the Cottonbowlium
(Chorus): Mackie Brown, Mackie Brown
Heís a clown, that Mackie Brown
Heís gonna get smacked; just you wait and see
(Why is Bobby Stoops always pickiní on me?)
Thatís him on his knees, testiní out the breeze
Yeah, when the fourth quarter comes, the Sooners win with ease
 (Chorus)
Whoís always tryiní to shift the blame?
Whoís always playiní the wrong game?
Whoís always losiní jus the same?
Guess who (Who me?) Yeah, you

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