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Song Parodies -> "Dough, Ray, Me"

Original Song Title:

"Doh, Rey, Me"

Original Performer:

Julie Andrews

Parody Song Title:

"Dough, Ray, Me"

Parody Written by:

Glynn Leaney

The Lyrics

DOUGH, RAY, ME

Dough, some bread, delicious bread;
Ray, the name of my old man.
Me? I wish we’d never met;
Far, the distance that I ran.
So I’m filing for divorce.
La, it almost looks like Lo!
Tea goes down well with my bread,
Which then brings us back to dough!

Oh, oh, oh

Dough, some bread, delicious bread;
Ray, the name of my old man.
Me? I wish we’d never met;
Far, the distance that I ran.
So I’m filing for divorce.
La, it almost looks like Lo!
Tea goes down well with my bread,
Which then brings us back to dough!

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Overall Rating: 5.0

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Giorgio Coniglio's Cousin - December 11, 2014 - Report this comment
Our boring cousin was caught up with this original song, and apparently posted a few versions of it here, each with several different verses. Your song is very similar to a verse of his April effort "The Homophone Song", which proves that, after all he had a few clever ideas. Brilliant that you used the original syllables "far", "so" "la" and "tea", and that your old man was named "Ray" (no rating given).

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