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Song Parodies -> "Swelter In Your Shelter"

Original Song Title:

"Helter Skelter"

Original Performer:

The Beatles

Parody Song Title:

"Swelter In Your Shelter"

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The Lyrics

Track 23 of Agrimorfee's "White". Yet another exercise in surrealism.
There's an itch on my bottom and my back aches with the turning of the tide
My knees pop while I learn about a child who cried
Then I think what I thought of and I forget it again
Boo Boo, Yogi and The Ranger love you
They have the answer that has always escaped you
Maybe, maybe the problem is cancer
I look in the mirror but there is no answer

Swelter in your shelter
Swelter in your shelter
Swelter in your shelter

Don't let the sunbeams overtake you
Always say to me "Please" and "Thank You"
The speed of the train is moving faster
And it's louder than your ghetto blaster
No doubt!

Swelter in your shelter
Swelter in your shelter
Swelter in your shelter

[Repeat stanza 1]

No doubt, swelter in your shelter
How long will it last?
That's show biz--that's show biz
Copyright 1997, 1998 Agrimorfee. For more on the "White" album, see "Daddy's New Car" on this website.

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