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Song Parodies -> "Cry'ing"

Original Song Title:


Original Performer:

Roy Orbison

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Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

You were on ice for a while;
Will was wild: Ted's-head style:
Want it sawed and placed right
In tub of liquid nit.;
In Spain talk: "congelado."*
Folks fumed, "When hell
Freezes o'er!" Well,
I've been cry-y-ogenizing you,
Cry-y-ogenizing you.
I said, "So long," and
Got your head chilled to the bone,
Deep-frozen, cry'ing,
Cry'ing, cry'ing, cry'ing.

A hardheaded woman.
Has got you cry'ing.

North pole is hot when compared to
The nitrogenous brew
Where your gourd'll be stored
In hopes you'll be restored
And join revivified crew
Led by Walt Disney
And Ted and Mickey.
Cry-y-ogenized will be you,
Cry-y-ogenized in that brew.

Although you're gone,
There is a frozen conk**
That I've got cry'ing,
Cry'ing, cry'ing, cry'ing.
Yeah, I've been
Cryogenizing you.

**slang for "head"

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alvin rhodes - January 29, 2007 - Report this comment
glad i thawed this one

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