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Song Parodies -> "Theme from Ne-Gross Point"

Original Song Title:

"Theme from The Beverly Hillbillies"

Original Performer:

Flatt and Scruggs

Parody Song Title:

"Theme from Ne-Gross Point"

Parody Written by:

asimov13647

The Lyrics

Let me tell you all a story ‘bout D-town Jed
A poor city boy who spent all his time in bed
He was out in the hood cruisin’ for some rock
And was stopped by The Man and got beat up by some cops.

Spoken: civil suit, large cash judgment.

First thing you know ol’ Jed’s a millionaire.
His fambly said “Let’s move away from here.
Let’s go to the ‘burbs and say goodbye to this joint.”
So put ‘em in his Caddy and he moved ‘em to Gross Point.

Spoken: The suburbs, that it: swimming pools and bar-b-cues.

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littleCupCakes - March 19, 2008 - Report this comment
this is good, Sir ! keep on with it . . .

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