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Song Parodies -> "The Muppets"

Original Song Title:

"Champaigne Supernova"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"The Muppets"

Parody Written by:

Josh Bain

The Lyrics

I was bored while watching The Muppet Show so I composed this little number.
How many puppets can they make?
How many think that Gonzo's strange?
Where were you when Rizzo ate that pie?
Come hear Beaker caterwaul,
louder than a cannonball.
Where were you when Bunson lost his eyes?

Chorus: Someday you will find me,
caught between the cool guys,
with Bert, Ernie, and Grover in the sky.

This is Miss Piggy's alibi,
her love for Kermit never dies.
Watch that crazy look in Yoda's eyes.
Fozzie dances down the hall,
faster than a bouncy ball.
What has happened to the Fraggle guys?


'Cuz we all now believe,
that one day now Big Bird will up and fly.
But you and I, we can't decide,
if it's Elmo, Scooter, or the Swedish guy.

(Start from beginning and then sing final verse)

(First 2 lines of 1st verse)

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Overall Rating: 4.6

Total Votes: 5

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