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Song Parodies -> "You're Mighty Tall, Jackie Greeps"

Original Song Title:

"While My Guitar Gently Weeps"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"You're Mighty Tall, Jackie Greeps"

Parody Written by:

Phil Nelson

The Lyrics

This is based on my misheard lyrics of this song, thinking it was talking about a really tall girl named Jackie Greeps.
I look at you it's my neck there that's bending
You're mighty tall, Jackie Greeps
I look at the floor and see your real big feet
Still mighty tall, Jackie Greeps

I don't know why nobody told you
That you were so tall
You were surprised when I told you
You didn't know at all

I look at the world from space and I see your head
You're mighty tall, Jackie Greeps
When I said you were tall, I meant what I said
Still mighty tall, Jackie Greeps

I don't know how you got so tall
Giant over all, too
I don't know how you walked over a wall
You didn't notice, too

I hear you bang your head into the ceiling
You're mighty tall, Jackie Greeps
Look at yourself, girl
Still mighty tall, Jackie Greeps

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