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Song Parodies -> "NIbblin' Latin Loup-Garou"

Original Song Title:

"Little Latin Lupe Lu"

Original Performer:

Mitch Ryder

Parody Song Title:

"NIbblin' Latin Loup-Garou"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

Sort of a Lon Chaney meets Victor Hugo. Thanks to Phil Alexander for reminding me that the French for "werewolf" is "loup-garou."
Stalking Paris ladies,
Nibblin' Latin loup-garou.
His teeth drip with rabies.
Ain't no flesh that he can't chew.
Got bit when he was a baby,
Liver-lappin' loup-garou.

When you see him, better duck!
Loup-garou will eat your crown.
When he's woo-woo-woozy--
Means that his blood sugar's down
So he gorges till he's lazy. . .
Little nappin', loup-garou.

[Intestinal break]

In Notre Dame, there's loup-garou,
And he's acting kind of loopy.
Drives Quasimodo crazy.
Gives Esmerelda a chew.
He hadn't dined for days, he's
Vittles-lackin', loup-garou.

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Pacing: 4.7
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Overall Rating: 4.0

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alvin rhodes - December 17, 2004 - Report this comment
too to sing along to...5s
John Barry - December 17, 2004 - Report this comment
Thanks, Alvin.

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