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Song Parodies -> "Fixed With Dreads"

Original Song Title:

""Mr. Ed" theme"

Original Performer:

Evans, Livingston

Parody Song Title:

"Fixed With Dreads"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

The horse runs no course—
this bores, prompts snores
and slumber before a cavorting horse.
No course is rounded by the horse
with a mane done up in dreads.

I would have remorse watching this horse
go mincing and prancing next to the gorse.
Guffaw-worthy are dreadlocks horse, Dickensian threads.

Hooves go clackety-clack, but streak
around a track? That’s “neigh!”
Nag’s fixed with dreads ridden by geek
whose dress makes him look rather gay.

The horse rounds no course, dances of course,
and equine fox trots are hard to endorse.
You’ve never observed a dancing horse?
And seek Morpheus?

Dressage is sleep meds.

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Pacing: 5.0
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Overall Rating: 5.0

Total Votes: 6

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Rob Arndt - July 31, 2012 - Report this comment
Three bundles of 5 carrots for the horse :)

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