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Song Parodies -> "Take Flight, Piggy"

Original Song Title:

"Midnight City"

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Parody Song Title:

"Take Flight, Piggy"

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The Lyrics

When pigs, seriously.
It may seem bizarre
But I saw this sight in the park
I watched a piggy float
Through the clouds that hung so low

I'm not high, you arse
Though that airborne pork was, by far
How did it take flight?
Question kept me up all night
No wings like a bird (bird)
Yet it still flew through the midday sky
No aura observed, hey (no aura observed)
So scratch off "levitation" from "why?"

Really quite bizarre
Saw a flying pig in the park
Some catapult lark (some dumb college lark)?
Flight path smooth as a baby's arse
Odd sight in the park
Little piggy flying, it's hard
To believe, no part (trust me, man, no part)
Of this was made up, it's no farce
Take handbasket karts (take handbasket karts)
To see if hell's weather's gone harsh

If this was a more substantially lyriced song, I probably woulda gone with a twist that it was some dumb college kids flinging a poor pig in the air but ala, 'twas not to be.

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