-> "Man of Hoggish Wallow"
Original Song Title:
"Man of Constant Sorrow"
Parody Song Title:
"Man of Hoggish Wallow"
I am a man of hoggish wallow;
I get muddy all the day.
I really smell--I'm gross and yucky,
'cause on a farm's where I was raised.
('cause on a farm's where he was raised.)
For six corn ears I fight to gobble,
But there's no beer here on the ground.
Porkers' tails curl like screws for bottles
In which a Frenchman's "milk" is found.
(In which a Frenchman's "milk" is found.)
It's air-reek smell as you'll discover
When I enter the house and stain
Floors, ties, gowns shoes. . .sty shmutz by the pail load,
And people cry long's I remain.
(And people cry: "Please don't remain!)
"Euw! Man-bête reek seems like pee-stained alley--
Don't want you here--please go away!
Or else learn to scrub the mud off,
'cause you are reeking worse than day-
time TV. What more can we say?"
(TV that runs during the day.)
Many of my friends feed at a manger
Daintily, as if with a fork.
But I am slop-hoggish when it's given:
I eat at trough and gorge with pork.
(He eats at trough, gorges with pork.)
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