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Song Parodies -> "Robert Zimmerman"

Original Song Title:

"All Along The Watchtower"

Original Performer:

Bob Dylan

Parody Song Title:

"Robert Zimmerman"

Parody Written by:

Green Bloodied Hound Dogs

The Lyrics

This Is Another Song About Dylan.
There Was This Kind Of Name For Bob Dylan Said Himself To The Fans
There's Too Much Confusion, Putting Money In Cans
British Bands They Hated Him, John Lennon Digs His Stuff
Donovan A Rip Off, Like You're Playing Rough

Like A Rolling Stone, Mick Jagger Sung It Too
There Are Too Many Fans, Buddy Holly's Peggy Sue
Robert Zimmerman Was His Real Name
Bob Dylan Is Similar, It's Like The Hall Of Fame

All Along The Watchtower, Hendrix Covered It
While Other Children Came And Went, Like They Wanna Hit
The Voice That Was Nasally, Tom Petty Had It Too
Two Singers Were Approaching, The Wind Began To Howl

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