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Song Parodies -> "Keep on Dammin’"

Original Song Title:

"Keep on Dancin'"

Original Performer:

Gentys

Parody Song Title:

"Keep on Dammin’"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics


They keep on dammin’ (keep on). . .
real arboreal work, and how!
Wastin’, wastin’ those trees;
landowners hate the way they smirk.

Fellin’ big oaks. . .done;
landowners really want to croak ’em, yeah!
They’re worried ’bout their glades,
wasted, wasted, wasted. . .mess!

Keep on, keep on dammin’, prompting damnin’ [3x]

They keep on dammin’ (keep on);
their tree work isn’t shirked. . .
rapin’ maples, rapin’.
Tree might just as well have been dirked. . .
fellin’ big oak trunks.
Landowners really want to croak ’em, yeah!
rats scurryin’ ’round glades
wasted, wasted, wasted. . .mess!

Keep on, keep on dammin’, prompting blastin’ [3x]

They seek log blastin’ (seek bombs),
seek bombs—gettin’ to work right now:
make ’em from TNT.
One lights the match with a wrist jerk

The bombs blastin’ as they’re dammin’,
the bombs blastin’ all the dammin’,
the bombs blastin’ and de-cast’rin’.
Yeah!

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