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Song Parodies -> "Fred Flintstone Got Devoured By A T-Rex"

Original Song Title:

"Grandma Got Run Over By A Reindeer"

Original Performer:

Elmo and Patsy

Parody Song Title:

"Fred Flintstone Got Devoured By A T-Rex"

Parody Written by:

Andrew Morse

The Lyrics

A little late for Christmas I know.
Fred Flintstone got devoured by a T-Rex,
Driving home from the quarry one afternoon,
Fred always said no dinosaur would eat a human,
Oops, I guess this time he spoke too soon.
His friend Barney tried to warn him,
That a T-Rex might attack,
Said there was a dinosaur infestation,
But Fred of course ignored him, and drove off without looking back.
When they found him the next morning,
He'd been bitten plain in half,
His old car had been devoured,
Yeah, that old T-Rex had the last laugh.

Fred Flintstone got devoured by a T-Rex,
Driving home from the quarry one afternoon,
Fred always said no dinosaur would eat a human,
Oops, I guess this time he spoke too soon.
His friend Barney tried to warn him,
That a T-Rex might attack,
Said there was a dinosaur infestation,
But Fred of course ignored him, and drove off without looking back.
When they found him the next morning,
He'd been bitten plain in half,
His old car had been devoured,
Yeah, that old T-Rex had the last laugh.

We were so surprised by Wilma,
That she's taken this so well,
She said Fred was such a lousy husband,
That she hoped he was burnin' in caveman hell.
No one in Bedrock seems to miss him,
Even his own family seems glad he's gone,
Wilma just can't help but wonder,
Why she put up with him for so long.

Fred Flintstone got devoured by a T-Rex,
Driving home from the quarry one afternoon,
Fred always said no dinosaur would eat a human,
Oops, I guess this time he spoke too soon.
His friend Barney tried to warn him,
That a T-Rex might attack,
Said there was a dinosaur infestation,
But Fred of course ignored him, and drove off without looking back.
When they found him the next morning,
He'd been bitten plain in half,
His old car had been devoured,
Yeah, that old T-Rex had the last laugh.

The town of Bedrock seems so quiet,
No more Yabba-Dabba-Doos,
Wilma doesn't seem to miss him,
But poor Barney's got the blues.
He's been warning everyone in Bedrock,
You better watch yourselves out there!
You might wind up getting eaten
And when you're gone, no one will care.

Fred Flintstone got devoured by a T-Rex,
Driving home from the quarry one afternoon,
Fred always said no dinosaur would eat a human,
Oops, I guess this time he spoke too soon.
His friend Barney tried to warn him,
That a T-Rex might attack,
Said there was a dinosaur infestation,
But Fred of course ignored him, and drove off without looking back.
When they found him the next morning,
He'd been bitten plain in half,
His old car had been devoured,
Yeah, that old T-Rex had the last laugh.

Sing it, Barney!

Fred Flintstone got devoured by a T-Rex,
Driving home from the quarry one afternoon,
Fred always said no dinosaur would eat a human,
Oops, I guess this time he spoke too soon.
His friend Barney tried to warn him,
That a T-Rex might attack,
Said there was a dinosaur infestation,
But Fred of course ignored him, and drove off without looking back.
When they found him the next morning,
He'd been bitten plain in half,
His old car had been devoured,
Yeah, that old T-Rex had the last laugh.

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Tim Hall - January 10, 2004 - Report this comment
I think an even better version of this song would be "Fred Flintstone Was Fired By Mr. Slate. Good job!
Great Gazoo - January 10, 2004 - Report this comment
Cute story, Dum-Dum. Needs pacing, pacing, paing.
who cares what my name is - January 11, 2004 - Report this comment
Sixties? I thought it came out later than that. Oh well, it was okay anyway. I haven't decided what to vote yet
Fitu Petaia - January 20, 2004 - Report this comment
Man I thought this song came out in the seventies like seventie one, or seventy two or seventie three but don't push it to soon Andrew M.
decade police officer Bob - March 12, 2004 - Report this comment
It was released in 1983. "Who cares what my name is" is right.
Weird Steve - May 24, 2004 - Report this comment
Who the hell is this guy? AK is that you???????????
Fitu - January 22, 2005 - Report this comment
Oh I thought you ment Fred Williamson.

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