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Song Parodies -> "Every Codfish Must Get Boned"

Original Song Title:

"Rainy Day Women #12 & 35"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Bob Dylan

Parody Song Title:

"Every Codfish Must Get Boned"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

Well, they'll bone you then you're fryin' up for food,
They'll bone you whether you're finned chick or dude,
They'll bone you, then Mark 6:41 intone,
They'll bone you then serve you with white, not Rhône.
They sharpen the steel with the whetstone.
Every caught fish must get boned.

Well, they'll bone you and then wok you for a treat,
They'll bone you cause you are so sweet to eat,
They'll bone you, make stock of you they can pour,
They'll bone you. . .clock you in the Thermador.
The food aroma makes cat pets moan.
Every codfish must get boned.

They'll bone you and then set you on the table,
They'll bone you à la Rachael on cable,
They'll bone you, unlike when they bake a duck,
They'll bone you so their guests will not upchuck.
They do not want what has been ingested blown.
Every craw fish must get boned.

Well, they'll bone you and then feed you to a friend,
Yeah, they'll bone you, which'll make your shape distend,
They'll bone you if you're flying fish or carp,
They'll bone you with a plaice-fileter sharp.
And if you are a puffer, you'll get blown.
Every caught fish must get boned.

Well, they'll bone you, and in the wok you're thrown,
They'll bone you if you're Sockeye or On[o],
They'll bone you and then your innards lave,
They'll bone you and broil you on a cedar stave.
Too small, you get tossed back till you get grown.
Fledgling caught fish must get thrown.

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McKludge - June 14, 2007 - Report this comment
Well, crawfish really get shelled, not boned, but I'll let that slide for artistic license. 555
John Barry - June 14, 2007 - Report this comment
McKludge, I attempted a pun there. Crawfish, a crustacean. Craw fish, a fish in the craw. Thanks for the vote.
2Eagle - June 14, 2007 - Report this comment
And they'll eat you when yo try to make a wave....
alvin - June 14, 2007 - Report this comment
hilarious, among your very best...and i know how jesus pulled off that miracle in the book of mark...he had a box of 'fish and loaves helper'
Jonathan S. - June 14, 2007 - Report this comment
Not the funniest I've seen. And verse 2 should probably read "pet cats," not "cat pets."
John Barry - June 14, 2007 - Report this comment
Thanks 2Eagle, Alvin. JS: get boned/whetsone/pets moan/get blown/get grown/ get thrown; "cats moans" don't fit the pattern too well.
Dee Range - June 14, 2007 - Report this comment
No bones about it, no need to fish for fives here. Best parody of this song I've seen. 555++

AFW - June 14, 2007 - Report this comment
Looks like we're both into fish today, John...tasty, flaky, and very well done
Ann Hammond - June 14, 2007 - Report this comment
he he

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