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Song Parodies -> "Happy Valley Rockin' Pilgrimage"

Original Song Title:

"Folgers Rockin' Morning"

Original Performer:

Rockapella

Parody Song Title:

"Happy Valley Rockin' Pilgrimage"

Parody Written by:

Michael T. Mondak

The Lyrics

Every year I always take a pilgrimage to State College, otherwise known as "Happy Valley".
Every year I journey
Out to Happy Valley
For my annual pilgrimage
To Penn State University
It's the doo-wop doo-wop in all I do
Mount Nittany always beckons me too
Oh the best part of every year
Is going to Penn State, dear.
[Now, I'm livin' in harmony
When I doo-wop doo-wop di-dee
In Happy Valley I go nu-wop she-bop for me
Oh the best part of every year
Is going to Penn State, dear.]
Oh the best part of every year
Is going to Penn State, dear.

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