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Song Parodies -> "Happy Thanksgiving"

Original Song Title:

"Every Morning"

Original Performer:

The Cranberries

Parody Song Title:

"Happy Thanksgiving"

Parody Written by:


The Lyrics

Yes, a little late, but still...Also the pacing here is off, "Nov" and "Sept" should be pronounced as they are written, not as "November" and "September", and "Indians" in the chorus should be slurred and pronounced "Ind-yans".
My God those ears of corn are dry
Fo-orgot to water
The turkey's been on for some time
It should be done now
November sun is in our eyes
That's why that corn is dry
Cranberry sauce, potato eyes
Happy Thanksgiving, happy Thanksgiving

The first Thanksgiving, sixteen twenty-one
Oh so much fun
Pilgrims and Indians, 'tween Sept 21 and Nov 9
This hol'day's fine

Fourth Thursday of November now
Thanks to FDR
Congress approved in '41
And the deed was done

Puritan pride
It's sanctified
Happy Thanksgiving
The time has come
This song's near done,
And I hope you'll rate
Happy Thanksgiving

(Chorus 3x)

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