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Song Parodies -> "Carlton's Unusual"

Original Song Title:

"It's Not Unusual"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Tom Jones

Parody Song Title:

"Carlton's Unusual"

Parody Written by:

Phil Nelson

The Lyrics

Carlton's unusual on Fresh Prince of Bel-Air
Carlton's unusual, the short guy with short hair
When he hears Tom Jones he waves his arms in the air
And it's not unusual to see him cry, oh no

Carlton's unusual, he sings Wings songs in the shower
He's a real nerd who studies many hours
Will makes fun of him for being so short
It's not unusual, it happens every day
No matter what you say
You'll find it happens all the time

Carlton will never do, what you expect him to
He's just a crazy guy.

Carlton's unusual, he sings along with Tom Jones
Carlton's unusual, his voice gets to high tones
When he's happy he dances and says a lot real fast
And it's not unusual to find young girls in love with him
Whoa Whoa Whoa Whoa
Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah

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