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Song Parodies -> "There’s a Buoyed Part"

Original Song Title:

"Where the Boys Are"

Original Performer:

Connie Francis

Parody Song Title:

"There’s a Buoyed Part"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

Wears this boy smart “hatberdashery,”
A guy/girl face, on pate, in place
A darling roll of millin’ry.

Wears this boy art modeled by modiste.
Upon his crown, it won’t fall down
Unless he kneels, bows to the east.

His pic’s wowed the paint-spillin’ people;
To him they’ve made a shrine.
His headpiece is higher than a steeple. . .
I bet he don’t eat swine.

His chapeau’s chic. Great pate scenery.
Wears this boy smart. . .wears this boy art—
There’s a buoyed part, bulging bushed Busby.

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Tommy Turtle - February 02, 2012 - Report this comment
Great title switch and syllable-matching, with an ending "brim"-ing with alliteration ... and you're making me Hungary.
555, and when did the aliens abduct your audience?

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