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Song Parodies -> "Snore"

Original Song Title:

"More"

Original Performer:

Theme from 'Mondo Cane'

Parody Song Title:

"Snore"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

Snore does my love, and I don't like the tone.
It sounds like a drunk playing a trombone.
Snore--I listen closely and hear an A;
I think I can make his snores music play.

Snores--I can bend his nose
To regulate the air flows
And get the pipes to play sweetly;
I will thumb his nose discreetly.

It's fortunate he's got a long, long rhin--
I can play oompah music from the Rhine.

I have got my own marching corps. . .
Play percussion on his fore-
Head. I've grown to love his snores.

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Lurker - October 22, 2005 - Report this comment
See! You can do it if you try!
John Barry - October 22, 2005 - Report this comment
Quite a compliment, coming from you, Lurker. Thanks.

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