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Song Parodies -> "Fabled Hog"

Original Song Title:

"Hey, Bulldog"

Original Performer:

The Beatles

Parody Song Title:

"Fabled Hog"

Parody Written by:

Rick Duncan

The Lyrics

More Beatle parodies, I wrote most of these in '95, but some were so awful I felt obliged to rewrite a few before posting. Thanks for the kind words so far.
Sheepdog---Looking at the herds
Small hog---Says a lot of words
He utters "Baa Ram Ewe" when
Watching Hoggett's flocks
He makes you think he's something
Special when he talks

Childlike—So polite and nice
Long Life—Says the singing mice
A real cute movie that no one
Will ere forget
That porcine innocence kept
Him from getting et

You can talk to Babe, You can talk to Babe
You can talk to Babe, If you're ovine
You can talk to Babe

Big Quack—Ferdinand the duck
He's back—Ran into the truck
When farmer Hoggett needs
Someone to chase an ewe
Babe goes and does it and hears
"Piglet that'll do"

You can talk to Babe, You can talk to Babe
You can talk to Babe, If you're ovine
You can talk to Babe

Fay-bled Hog Fay-bled hog Fay-bled Hog

Whaddaya say?
I say "Oink"
You know any more?

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