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Song Parodies -> "Ski-Doo"

Original Song Title:

"Theme from Scooby-Doo, Where Are?"

Original Performer:

David Monk

Parody Song Title:


Parody Written by:

Oppostie Pull

The Lyrics

It's a talking ski & others in the land of Finland and they go around solving murder mysteries.
Ski-dee-doo, Where Are You?
We got some hill to ski down
Ski-dee-doo, Where Are You?
We need some help from you now
Come on Ski-Doo, I see you pretending to be broke in half
But you're not fooling me
"cause I can see, we can fix you with some duck tape
You know we got a murder to solve
So Ski-Doo be ready for your act now
[Ski-Doo] Uh-uh Uh-uh
Don't hold back!
And Ski-Doo if you come through you're going to have yourself a Ski Snack!
That's a fact!
Ski-Dee-Doo, where are you
You're ready and you're willing
If we can count on you
Ski-Doo, I know you'll catch that murderer

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Voting Results

Pacing: 3.0
How Funny: 2.0
Overall Rating: 2.0

Total Votes: 1

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Maxi Moroni - August 28, 2006 - Report this comment
3/2/2 and I am being generous. Your song is too close to the origional and when you did change it, it didn't match the pacing.

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