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Song Parodies -> "Jack Tripper"

Original Song Title:

"Day Tripper"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Jack Tripper"

Parody Written by:

Chris Bodily TM

The Lyrics

A tribute to the late great John Ritter. I still refuse to believe that TV's Jack Tripper is dead; I still want Ashton to come out from his hiding place and tell me I've been Punk'd! Oh well.
There was no reason
That heart attacks made him pass out
Got a good reason
for Ritter to be passed 'way right now??!!
He was Jack Tripper
Can't believe it, no
I think I am being pranked out
He can't be out

He was a big teaser
He gave Mr. Furley scares
He was a big teaser
Song went "Come and knock on our door"
He was Jack Tripper
Can't believe it, no
I think I am being pranked out
He can't be out

Ain't deceased, no!
Death's too fake to understand
Ain't deceased, no!
8 Simple Rules was only one season, no!
He was Jack Tripper
Mr. Furley's sad
It took me so long to find out!!
Thought it was false

Jack Tripper, Jack Tripper's dead

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Royce Miller - September 15, 2003 - Report this comment
I thought this was a nice tribute.
Michael Pacholek - September 15, 2003 - Report this comment
The spirit was willing, but the words were weak.

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