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Song Parodies -> "Norwegian Cod"

Original Song Title:

"Norwegian Wood"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Norwegian Cod"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

I view water worlds
as one gigantic fishery.
I haul out my rod,
and then I laud Norwegian cod.

I’m out in the bay
and inhaling the brisk salty air.
They call it a fjord,
but the word…I just couldn’t care.

I will feel a tug, with enough time,
upon my line.
But what will imbue
me with much dread:
fish too well fed.

Because then the hook
they’ll be spurning; I won’t get to gaff
delicious finned critters.
I’d call this U added to SNAF.

Then I feel a poke, and my reel moans;
I bring one home!
I’ll fix it with lye:
Lutefisk wrought…Norwegian caught.

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Pacing: 5.0
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Overall Rating: 5.0

Total Votes: 3

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Michael Pacholek - January 29, 2020 - Report this comment
Halfway home. Where's the chips?
2Eagle - January 30, 2020 - Report this comment
Only a Norwegian would understand this.

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