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Song & Band Name
Song & Band Name
|"You're My Best Friend," Queen||"Thank You For Being A Friend," Andrew Gold|
|"A Beautiful Friendship," Ella Fitzgerald||"Thank You For Being A Friend," Andrew Gold|
|"I Can't Get You (Out Of My Mind)," Blackstreet||"Still You Linger On," Andrew Gold|
|"Are You Lonesome Tonight?," Elvis Presley||"Lonely Boy," Andrew Gold|
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Original Song Name
Parody Song Name
|"Spooky Scary Skeletons"||"Harpo's Fandumb Halloween"||Harpo Weezey|
|"Thank You For Being A Friend"||"So Many Facebook Friends"||Dan Creeden|
|"Lonely Boy"||"Angry Boy"||Angry Psycho Boy|
|"Lonely Boy"||"Homely Boy"||Bubba|
"Final Frontier (Mad About You theme)"
Mad about you, baby
Oh, what ammonia
Oh, what a lonely boy
In the summer of '63
In the summer of '53
"Thank You for Being a Friend"
I would surely buy you a cantaloupe
I would surely buy you a Cadillac
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"Thank You For Being A Friend (Golden Girls theme)"
And if you threw a potty
And if you threw a party
Story about this misheard lyric by: Kinley
I made a meme because my Gran said this once😂
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"Thank You For Being A Friend"
The Misrhymed Lyrics:
If it's a car you lack
I'd surely buy you a Cadillac
Why They're Misrhymed:
Andrew is basically rhyming 'lack' with itself, which is quite lame
Submitted by: sXe LeXi 5X2
His mother and father said what a lovely boy
We'll teach him what we learned, ah yes, just what we learned
We'll dress him warmly and we'll send him to school
It'll teach him how to fight to be nobody's fool.
Well, his sister grew up and she married a man
She gave him a son, ah yes a lovely son
They dressed him up warmly, they sent him to school
It taught him how to fight to be nobody's fool.
A story (maybe autobiographical) about how the boy's parents never lived up to the promises after his sister was born. And later, his sister and brother-in-law do exactly like the boy's parents promised before with their own son. As least the tune was lively.
Submitted by: MOR