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Song Parodies -> "El Juan-Durar"

Original Song Title:

"The Wanderer"

Original Performer:

Dion and the Belmonts

Parody Song Title:

"El Juan-Durar"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

durar: to last; casas: houses; gordo: fat, heavy; verga: male attribute
So swelled, I'm the kind of guy whose will never settle down;
Where pretty girls are, well you know I'm big around.
I bliss 'em and I love 'em in casas all over Spain;
Because I always please 'em, never beat, I've got this name:

They call me "el Juan-durar," si, el Juan-durar;
I don't go down, go down, go down.

Oh, when Flora wants my heft, I will be there day or night;
When Juanita wants it, she knows I will be upright.
They never sap me; each one I love with zest;
I bare for 'em my verg'; they hang their rosaries, impressed,

'cause I'm el Juan-durar, si, el Juan-durar;
I don't go down, go down, go down.

Oh well, I roam from gown to gown;
I go through wives who tout my flair,
And I'm hangin, never, down--
With my tube stiff as iron, damn! I'm gordo down there. . .

Swelled. . .

I'm the kind of guy whose spike is never down;
I'm never in one space; I roam from mound to mound.
And when I find myself a-ballin' with some girl,
She hops right onto that spar o' mine and rides the hilt-a-whirl.

Si, I'm el Juan-durar, si, el Juan-durar;
I don't go down, go down, go down.

[flamenco interlude]

I'm the kind of guy whose pike never heads south.
I'm never in one face; I roam from mouth to mouth.
After I find myself a-ballin' with some girl,
She hops right off o' that spar o' mine, says, "Let's go 'round the world."

Then I'm a wanderer, yeah a wanderer;
I roam from mound to mouth to mounts then south.
Si, I'm el Juan-durar, si, el Juan-durar;
I romance mounds and mouths and mounts and south.

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Ah yo soy un hombre que no 'stoy jamas fláccido.
Donde están las chicas, yo estoy largo.
En España las chingo cuando están en casa;
Me quieren and mi preguntan, "Como se llama?"

Me llamo el Juan-durar, si el Juan-durar;
Jamas abajo, abajo.

Si, Flora me quiere, porque tengo el peso,
Y Juanita dice, "Es el Juan que deseo!"
Jamas cansado, com' musico, molto brio.
Y sobre mi verga: un rosario suspendido.

Si, soy el Juan-durar, si el Juan-durar;
Jamas abajo, abajo.

Voy vestido a vestido
(Hablan de mi facilidad)
Y tengo la capacidad--
Con mi tubo de hierro, 'stoy gordissimo!

Ah yo soy un hombre que no 'stoy jamas fláccido;
No 'stoy jamas en un epacio solo.
Cuando me encuentro, profundo en coño,
Salta mi verga, y estoy enterrado al puño.

Si soy el Juan-durar, si el Juan-durar,
Jamas abajo, abajo.

[interludio flamenco]

Son del norte; sur mi lucio no va;
Jamas en un lugar; voy boca a boca.
Despues de me encuentro, profundo en coño,
Salta mia verga, dice, "Alrededor del mundo."

Pues soy trotamundos, si trotamundos. . .
De montículos, bocas, montes, y pues sur.
Si, soy el Juan-durar, si, hago amor
Con montículos, bocas, montes, y pues sur.

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Michael Pacholek - February 27, 2007 - Report this comment
Ay caramba, you really DID wreck a Belmonts tune! Twice!
alvin rhodes - February 27, 2007 - Report this comment
good juan
John Barry - February 27, 2007 - Report this comment
Thanks, Michael, Alvin.
Meriadoca - February 27, 2007 - Report this comment
Tres cinqos muy gordo...

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