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Song Parodies -> "Homer's Song"

Original Song Title:

"Adam's Song"

Original Performer:

Blink 182

Parody Song Title:

"Homer's Song"

Parody Written by:

Ian Parry

The Lyrics

I never thought they'd last this long,
I just Jinxed it they'll soon be gone,
Milhouse's Parents are divorced,
The Simpsons got another horse,
Krusty's got,
a child he learns,
Maggie shot Montgomery Burns,
Moe's Face lift,
Made him a hunk,
Everyone loves Barney the Drunk

I never missed an episode,
even though the couch gag's getting old,
Maude was hit by T-Shirts and died,
About his gun Homer Lied,
He ate bad meat and sued Apu,
Skinner and Edna will be true,
I couldn't wait till it comes on,
I sick and tired of reruns,

I never thought they'd last this long,
Ned Flanders can do now wrong,
Treehouse of horror makes me scared,
Grampa always checks his underwear,
Bart Broke his leg and he felt glum,
Lisa's thought she was getting dumb,


Chorus 2:
I never want to see it leave,
I put too much faith in my TV,
Sideshow Bob is truly mad,
Homer's a horrible dad,
Bart and Lisa solve everything,
then watch Itchy and Scrathy,
And I can't wait till I hear "D'oh!",
Homer's sign he's ready to go.

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Pacing: 3.6
How Funny: 3.9
Overall Rating: 3.8

Total Votes: 245

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