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Song Parodies -> "Good Thing / Petticoat Junction"

Original Song Title:

"Good Thing"

Original Performer:

Sam Smith

Parody Song Title:

"Good Thing / Petticoat Junction"

Parody Written by:

Johnny Nguyen

The Lyrics

A combination of the song and the Petticoat Junction theme.
I had a dream I was mugged outside your house
I had a dream in a panic you came running out
For a moment you were sure I'd die on you
For a moment I believed you loved me too
But life is never like this, and you were never strong

Too much of a good thing, won't be good for long.
Come ride the little train that is rolling down
The tracks to the junction
Too much of a good thing, won't be good anymore.
Forget about your cares

It's time to relax at the junction
And still I never say what I want to say
Lotsa curves, you bet
Even more, when you get

Too much of a good thing, won't be good for long.
To the junction.
There's a little hotel called the Shady Rest at the junction.

It is run by Kate, come and be her guest at the junction.
Cause I put everything out there and I got
Nothing at all

And that's Uncle Joe, he's a movin' kind of slow at the junction,
Petticoat Junction!
Before I fall

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