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Song Parodies -> "I've Thundered Miles"

Original Song Title:

"Five Hundred Miles"

Original Performer:

Peter, Paul, & Mary

Parody Song Title:

"I've Thundered Miles"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

I've Thundered Miles

Should a plane pass Mach-1, it,
Like me, makes a boom sonic
You hear on K2's summit:
I've thundered miles.

I've thundered miles (4x)
You hear on K2's summit:
I've thundered miles.

Hoarded 1, hoarded 2, hoarded 3, hoarded 4,
I've hoarded 5. So clear the blast zone.

I've thundered miles (4x)
I've hoarded 5, so clear the blast zone.

Hit the dirt when they crack;
Do not let me near a flameŚ
It could blow your whole home into disarray.

Disarray (4x)
It could blow your whole home into disarray.

Should a plane pass Mach-1, it,
Like me, makes a boom sonic
You hear on K2's summit:
I've thundered miles.

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Dee Range - August 09, 2004 - Report this comment
Fartastic!

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