All In Word Is Fair
(Sung to the tune of "All In Love Is Fair" by Stevie Wonder)
Guest song parody by Alvin Dover, alvindover@hotmail.com


(instrumental intro)

All is fair in word.
Word is something said.
A brief remark to say.
In word, a sound can play.

But word can changed with time.
The meaning none can see.
The text it'll leave behind.
Is just a figure of speech.

Yes all is fair in word.
An assurance that went away.
The writer with poison pen.
Rewrote the words again.
Then all in word is fair.

It's a phrase... a slang.
An expression or a clause.
A combination of vocal sounds.
With vowels and consonants.

And when the word is so told.
You either win or lose.
When all were said away.
Go blame the CIA.

Yes, all is fair in word.
If uttered by a human voice.
The writer with poison pen.
Rewrote the words again.
Then all in word is fair.

The writer with poison pen.
Rewrote the words again.
Then all in word is fair!


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