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Song Parodies -> "Goose Liver"

Original Song Title:

"Moon River"

Original Performer:

Henry Mancini

Parody Song Title:

"Goose Liver"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

Goose liverówiden the bird's "smile"
Force corn piles down its passageway.
A reamed trachea, a part breakeró
The organ is growing, you'll soon have paté

Two lifters will it take to hurl
Succulent birds to "surgery."
They're after the famed bloated trend. Waiter's will attend.
Big bucks they'll have to spend; goose liver's not free.

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Voting Results

Pacing: 4.1
How Funny: 4.2
Overall Rating: 4.1

Total Votes: 8

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 5   5

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alvin rhodes - November 19, 2004 - Report this comment
a reamed trachea....hmmmm....all of a sudden, i'm so hungry...5s
John Barry - November 19, 2004 - Report this comment
Thanks, Alvin.
Tim Hall - March 10, 2009 - Report this comment
Foie gras
Andria - December 10, 2009 - Report this comment
Very good, and it's very cruel how they force-feed ducks and geese to make foie gras. But it definitely tastes good! 5s. BTW, pate de foie gras = paste of fatty liver.

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