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Song Parodies -> "Double Entendre ( On The Bayou )"

Original Song Title:

"Jambalaya ( On The Bayou )"

Original Performer:

Hank Williams (covered by Nitty Gritty Dirt Band a

Parody Song Title:

"Double Entendre ( On The Bayou )"

Parody Written by:

The Comedian

The Lyrics

Goodbye Joe, me gotta go, grope the grotto
With Yvonne, we'll have fun, in the grotto
Kennel-ing "Gus" her pussycat-a-yo
Double-entendre's such good fun, on the bayou!

Fishing's great, grab some bait, burp the worm-o
See my girl, peel that eel, filet she-o
Chocolate star-fish and oysters today-o
Double-entendre fishing fun, on the bayou!

Her cream-pie, she'll supply, for dessert-o
Cook a sow, porker now, slammin' ham-o
Well-done fur-burger, french-fried potatoes
Double-entendre cookout fun, on the bayou!

Fishing's great, spear that big, bearded clam-o
Pound that floun-der, call down, for more may-o
Eat that fish, from that big, bushy plate-o
Son of a gun, clambake for one, on the bayou!

Ver-tic-'ly smiling vel-vet mustache-o
Boston brick-oven baked fiddle bean-o
Buffing cucumbers, peeling potatoes
Double-entendre clambake fun, on the bayou!

Fishing's great, grab some bait, burp the worm-o
See my girl, peel that eel, filet she-o
Kennel-ing "Gus" her pussycat-a-yo
Double-entendre fishing fun, on the bayou!
Double-entendre cookout fun, on the bayou!
Double-entendre clambake fun, on the bayou!

Double-entendre's such good fun, on the bayou!

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Cookie-man - July 24, 2004 - Report this comment
Fur burger........LMAO! Is there any way I can get that with a nipple ripple shake and a side order of thighs? Great job! 555
Adagio - July 24, 2004 - Report this comment
You've been busy, I see, with that definition site you gave me. I recognize one or two, unless you already knew them (in all probability). LOL 5's
Johnny D - July 24, 2004 - Report this comment
Cookie-man: Thanks! You'll have to go to McDongalds for a VERY Happy Meal.

Adagio: Thanks Pat ..... I used the two sites that I published on the messageboard in this thread:

http://www.inthe00s.com/index.php/topic,2450.0.html
John Barry - July 24, 2004 - Report this comment
A sweet suite, JD. Kudos!
Melhi - July 24, 2004 - Report this comment
Have you ever heard either Eight Piece Box or Banana Pudding from Southern Culture on the Skids? I think you'd really like those two songs! ...oh and, can I get a menu? :D Great job, Johnny D.
Johnny D - July 24, 2004 - Report this comment
Thank you, Melhi. Nope, I haven't heard either....hmm, interesting titles! You can find the "menu" at the URL that I posted in a previous comment on this parody... ;-D
Paul Robinson - July 24, 2004 - Report this comment
Johnny D - Well, I had fun with this one, FUR shure...5's...Beyond the Double-Entendres (which I do indeed just wallow and soak in), I enjoyed seeing you go back to this wonderful old ORIGINAL Hank Williams (the first 'Hank', not that 'rhinestone encrusted', good-fur-nuthin' football-hyping son of his). I'm putting up another Merle Haggard number for tomorrow (if it makes it), although my version was done by the Flying Burrito Brothers, since I have neither heard nor have Merle's original version. Anyway, the Burritos did a wonderful cover of it. "White Line Fever", in case you are wondering...let your mind imagine what I just might be doing with that one...
Johnny D - July 24, 2004 - Report this comment
Thanks very much, Paul! "White Line Fever" .... I wonder what you did with that, heh heh heh! ;-)
Michael Pacholek - July 24, 2004 - Report this comment
Should we start calling you the Prince of Pole, the Duke of Dong, the Earl of Tool, the Marquis de Manhood, the Thane of Thang, the Whizier of Whopper? We need to know so we can properly address you as you come down the gangplank. (There's a "Honeymooners" joke in there, but Chucky will never let me get away with it.)
Johnny D - July 24, 2004 - Report this comment
Thank you, Cap'n Pacholek! All of those titles are acceptable....kindly employ them all, and continue to make the list longer, broader, and thicker, as inspiration arises, expands, and spews forth into the depths of your fertile imagination. ;-)
alvin rhodes - July 25, 2004 - Report this comment
thou art the king of the double entrendre...funniest one i read today
Johnny D - July 25, 2004 - Report this comment
Thanks, alvin.
Paul Robinson - July 25, 2004 - Report this comment
Johnny D - to answer your question, what I'm doing with the Burrito Brothers "White Line Fever" is getting caught up in the new and improved censor's net. Sorry, folks. That one bit the dust...Ahh, well. Such are the vagueries of vulgarity...Luckily I've also been working on non-sexually-oriented parodies, so you shant suffer long without my scintillating syntax...I've submitted three today so you ought to see them up on Monday morning...
Meriadoc - July 25, 2004 - Report this comment
Good job Johnny, altho' I would have credited the OS to Doug Kershaw... :-)
Johnny D - July 25, 2004 - Report this comment
Paul: OK, thanks --- I shall watch for your squeaky-clean emissions, er, I mean, submissions!

Meriadoc: Thanks! I think I did see the name Doug Kershaw associated with "Jambalaya" somewhere, come to think of it.
pr - July 25, 2004 - Report this comment
JD - While my 'Burritos Bros" parody submission was caught, unbeavered, and subjected to a summary execution by beheading if you check your personal 'mail' at home you should find what is now the one and only copy of this parody that exists outside of my computer's hard drive and my personal parody book print outs. There is also an audio file attachment as well. This rare and authentic work could turn out to be a collector's item someday, as it may very well be the last "X-Plicit" parody piece I ever submitted to the "amiright" site. Treasure it, perhaps it will be worth something some day...(or not)...
Rod W - July 28, 2004 - Report this comment
J D this was absolutely killer!! This just happens to be one of my all time fav tunes (which I have sung and played for years) and have not yet done a parody of because I like it so much. But this was SO great, thanks, dude! And BTW, this IS a Hank tune, period, he wrote it.
Johnny D - July 28, 2004 - Report this comment
Paul: I shall check my personal email this evening, I have to head out to work. Thanks again!

Rod W: Merci beaucoup, mon ami!
Phil Alexander - September 15, 2004 - Report this comment
Missed this first time around, JD... Reminds me of the old joke: she asked me for a double entendre - so I gave her one ;-)
Johnny D - September 15, 2004 - Report this comment
Me-o-my-o, thank you Phil-bo!

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