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Song Parodies -> "Spewing In The Wind"

Original Song Title:

"Blowing In The Wind"

Original Performer:

Bob Dylan

Parody Song Title:

"Spewing In The Wind"

Parody Written by:

Smurf and Mr. Horse

The Lyrics

Spewing In The Wind

How many holes must a man fall in
Before they call him a drunk
How many beers must a beer swiller swill
Before they notice he's skunked
How many times will the bouncers boot him
Before he is forever banned
The answer, my friend, He's spewing in the wind
The answer he's spewing in the wind


How many baths in the fountain are had
Before it turns slimy and green
How many cats can some people kick
Before they're declared to be mean
How many times can a man be in-bred
And still have all fingers and toes
The answer, my friend, is farting out the wind
The answer is farting out the wind


How many times must a man look down
Before he can see the dog-poo
How many stairs can a fat guy climb
Before his ol' ticker explodes
How many clots will he get till he knows
He should've had baked and not fried
The answer, my friend, is pissing in the wind
The answer is pissing in the wind

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