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Song Parodies -> "Buggers On The Road"

Original Song Title:

"Riders On The Storm"

Original Performer:

The Doors

Parody Song Title:

"Buggers On The Road"

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The Lyrics

I am a Karaoke DJ and have actually performed this on stage. We even had a group performance of this and got a standing ovation.
LOL Now it's requested more often than I want.
Bugger on the road.
Toilet paper roll.
Into this life we're born.
Let out an overload
Snot out on the road
I gotta unload
Bugger on the road.

Bugger on the road
Tires like a green toad
Catch 'em if you can
Blowin in the wind
Waded up & thrown
To a life unknown
Bugger on the road


You gotta love your hand
The fingers, oh man
Diggin' for a wad
Nose is full-a snod
Gotta get it out
Rocks in my snout
Bugger on the road

What can I say. I had a little too much Spo-Dee-Oh the night I wrote this.

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2Eagle - October 02, 2006 - Report this comment
How about buggers in my tree eating all my fruit - squirrels.

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