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Some bands don't wait around for Weird Al to parody one of their songs, and take a pre-emptive strike and write a silly song of their own.

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Entries Beginning with H

"The Hare Who Lost His Spectacles," Jethro Tull
"With so many out-takes worthy of inclusion, this unbeliveable piece of crap was deemed a cut above the rest!"
"Heart Failure," Sixx A.M.
"After all, we're the drug scouts of America" I don't understand. Is this another boy scouts club? If so, it's a bad one.
"His Last Walk," Blessthefall
The song is about 10 minutes long, but there is about 6 minutes of empty noise after the lyrics stop about 2 minutes from the start. Af about 7 minutes the band can be heard clapping and then singing a song that goes "Tripe Dog on a Sunday afternoon with my yellow duck, his name is Boo..."
"House at Pooh Corner," Loggins & Messina
Written when Kenny Loggins was in high school. Later retitled "Return to Pooh Corner".
KL Fan

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