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Song Parodies -> "What A Wonderful Bird"

Original Song Title:

"What A Wonderful World"

Original Performer:

Louis Armstrong

Parody Song Title:

"What A Wonderful Bird"

Parody Written by:

Your Stalker

The Lyrics

I, for one, am an AVID chicken fan. Even 'avid' doesn't seem to describe the extent of it... Well, let's just say that if a person writes a parody dedicated to a slab of KFC meat, you just KNOW it means a little more than fandom.
I see feathers clean
An orange beak, too
I watch your chicken legs
As you strut like you do
And I think to myself...
What a wonderful bird.

I see eyes of black
And claws of white
Your wonderful clucks
Fill up the night
And I think to myself...
What a wonderful bird!

Your clawprints in the sand, now
So pretty on the ground
No bird can compare, now
As you make your chicken sound

I see you strut around
Eat a worm, bug or two
You beautiful hen..

I hear small chicks peep
I watch 'em grow
I love 'em more
Than they'll ever know.

And I think to myself...
What wonderful birds!









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who cares what my name is - October 27, 2003 - Report this comment
i really hope you were incredibly drunk or stoned when you wrote this
Your Stalker - October 27, 2003 - Report this comment
You bet. It was 2:35 in the morning, I have no idea what the Hell I was doing on the internet, and I have even less of an idea why, all of a sudden, Louis Armstrong and KFC seemed to go together. One thing's for sure, I was definitely screwed over.

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