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Song Parodies -> "Warn Me"

Original Song Title:

"Born Free"

Original Performer:

Andy Williams

Parody Song Title:

"Warn Me"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

Warn me, when closing the window.
I'm not all way in, so,
Torn me. And it really smarts!

Hit me when you pulled it down; bruised
Is my butt; each mound, bruised. . .
Feels much like igniting farts.

Maimed me. I would like to hide you,
But you're all the way inside,
While I'm partway outside.

Torn me! Don't sit there, kibitzing.
I'm scissored and shvitzing
'cause not warned, me.

Dray me. Thanks, that helped me slide through.
I'm inside. . .stand by your side,
And then I tan your hide.

"Scored me!" you cry as you're bitchin'.
I wouldn't be switchin'
If you'd warned me!

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alvin - April 11, 2008 - Report this comment
comical mental imagery
2Eagle - April 13, 2008 - Report this comment
Oh, those old double hung windows.
Guy - April 13, 2008 - Report this comment
Look, I like both of you guys, JB and Malcolm as parody writers but I must digress from this bid for the top billing. I do not wish to show any favoritism and may the bettter and faster writer win the race. But seriously - you lose creativity in exchange for speed. I'll wait until things level out before I get serious about commenting while you two duke it out. My very best is intended.

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