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Song Parodies -> "Snoring"

Original Song Title:

"Stormy"

Original Performer:

Classics Four

Parody Song Title:

"Snoring"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

I slumbered, you whined, baby,
My septum was riled,
And my snoring drove you insane.

You tried to dampen auditory pain down.
It hurt. . .louder than Oprah's bray,
It was your bane.

Oh snoring,
My snoring
Is what drove you away.

You could have lived with just a storm-summoned sneeze;
You could have weathered nose rain.
But you could hear me, like wind blown through the shoals,
Roaring off from the bounding main. . .
A hurricane.

[overblown sax solo]

Oh snoring,
My snoring
Is what drove you away. . . .
[Repeat ever more loudly]

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Overall Rating: 3.5

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alvin rhodes - July 29, 2005 - Report this comment
wow...louder than oprah's bray...lol.....5s

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