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Song Parodies -> "Kentucky Gunman"

Original Song Title:

"Kentucky Woman"

Original Performer:

Neil Diamond

Parody Song Title:

"Kentucky Gunman"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

Kentucky gunman,
he writhes in darkness with no light.
A fetish for guns…
gonna slay, he’s all wrong and a blight.
He’s a gunner,
a Darwin runner.

Kentucky gunman,
although he don’t know ya,
away he’ll blow ya,
Kentucky gunman.

Got a diseased mind,
maimed head is what might help to explain.
Shrinker shoulda mined
what in the world made him so insane.

Damn this gun freak…
most recent gun week.

Kentucky gunman,
although he don’t know ya,
away he’ll blow ya,
Kentucky nutsman.

Needed a crutch,
Because he was feeble and weak.
Mom didn’t touch him, so his world
was life of seekin’ blood,
pourin’ founts.
Took innocents out.

Kentucky gunman shot;
before he was through
he’d murdered a slew.
Kentucky cops ran
in, shot the gunman,
bent f**king gunman.

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