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Song Parodies -> "Carnival Isle"

Original Song Title:

"Giligans Isle theme"

Original Performer:

Giligans Isle TV show

Parody Song Title:

"Carnival Isle"

Parody Written by:

Special Ed

The Lyrics

Carnival Isle

Just sit right back and you'll hear a tale, a tale of a terrible trip,
That started from this tiny port aboard a piece of s***.

The first mate was a dumb ass drunk the engine was F****ed up too.
The passengers that sailed this day, they didn't have a clue, they didn't have a clue

The weather started getting rough, the passengers puked and tossed
If not for the tug boat passing by, the ship was surly lost the ship was surly lost

So this is a tale of our castaways, at sea for a very long time
They tried to make the best of it, but it was an uphill climb

The first mate and the skipper too, they did their very best
To try to start that engine up, but it was a useless quest

No food no power and no latrines, not a single luxury,
Just spewing sewage floating as far as the eye can see.

So join us here next week my friend your sure to get a smile
As all the lawyers make their way to the ship called Carnival Isle.

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