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Song Parodies -> "Big Fat Joint"

Original Song Title:

"Big Bad John"

Original Performer:

Jimmy Dean the Sausage King

Parody Song Title:

"Big Fat Joint"

Parody Written by:

Scotter

The Lyrics

I like to smoke it in the evening at twilight time,
'Cause it soothes the nerves and eases the mind.
It's fat in the middle and narrow at the tip,
And you know I can't wait to get my lips round big joint.

Big joint..... big joint..... Big Fat Joint

There's nothing like a fatty when you're sitting at home,
It'll clear up the tension right down to the bone,
Puts a smile on your face and the red in your eye,
It's all smooth sailing when you stay high with big joint.

Big joint..... big joint..... Big Fat Joint

After chucking the stems and throwing the seeds,
Give the paper a lick and light up your weed.
Take a big ol' hit and close your eyes
As your desire for sugar begins to rise from big joint.

Big joint..... big joint..... Big Fat Joint

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