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Song Parodies -> "Green Acres"

Original Song Title:

"Purple Haze"

Original Performer:

Jimi Hendrix

Parody Song Title:

"Green Acres"

Parody Written by:

Chris Bodily TM

The Lyrics

I came up with this the same way I came up with Gilligan's Island.
Green Acres is the place to be
Farm living's the life for me
This show's funny but I don't know why
Arnold Ziffel's in the sky

Green Acres is the place to be
Arnold Ziffel was so cute, but now
Is he alive, is he history?
Whatever it is, that pig put a spell on me

Green Acres is the place to be
Even if you're alergic to hay
Eva is blowing, blowing my mind
All of the farmland is spreading far and wide

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Pacing: 2.8
How Funny: 3.2
Overall Rating: 3.0

Total Votes: 5

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 5   2

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Dave - May 01, 2010 - Report this comment
Just use the real lyrics from Green Acres -- fits perfect and much funnier due to the acid rock intro...
anon - October 13, 2010 - Report this comment
This was already done by Elvis Hitler and was titled "Green Haze".

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