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Song Parodies -> "Gnomeward Bound"

Original Song Title:

"Homeward Bound"

Original Performer:

Simon and Garfunkel

Parody Song Title:

"Gnomeward Bound"

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The Lyrics

David the Gnome is the coolest, but short-lived show about gnomes.
I'm chillin' in front of my TV
Channel 51's my destination (hmm)
Got a task to teach the world my toolbox and cone hat on head
Too bad this show was shortly planned for a Lisa and a short, old man

Gnomeward bound
I wish I was
Gnomeward bound
Gnome whose first name was David
Gnomes it's what I am watchin'
Gnomes in the trees they're livin'
Silently from me

Episodes of Good and Bad
And little gnomes and magic things (hmm)
Where each tree looks the same to me, the trolls named Hooley, Pat and Poopey
And all those statues that I see reminds me that I'd like to have

(A) Gnome-filled yard
I wish I had
(A) Gnome-filled yard
Gnomes some are short and pricy
Gnomes I think that one's Pappy
Gnomes where they're always standing
In my yard for me

Somedays I'll go and talk to them
I'll play with them and pre-tend (hmm)
But all my words come back to me and it is so discouraging
They're made from Mahogany I sure as hell would like to be

David the Gnome
I wish I was
David the Gnome
Dave he's a little gnome and
Dave in a tree he's livin'
Dave where his Lisa's waitin'
Silently for him
Silently for me

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