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Song Parodies -> "Jon Goes Paranoid"

Original Song Title:

"Paranoid"

Original Performer:

Black Sabbath

Parody Song Title:

"Jon Goes Paranoid"

Parody Written by:

Darius Whitehead

The Lyrics

Some Garfield Minus Garfield hijinks about why Jon goes Paranoid because of not having his cat around.
Jon Arbuckle: Finished with ol' Garfield cause he ate my lasagna and scratched my chair!
People think he's useless because he does bad things everywhere!
All day long I think of him but Garfield's not around at all!
Think I'll lose my mind if I don't tangle yarn into a ball!

Can you help me, search for my orange cat?
Oh yeah!

I need someone to show me the way a cat can do these things!
I can't seem to think that cats can caterwaul, but I thought they sing!

Shred my chair, and I get sad, and kick Odie, and I get mad!
Lasagna I cannot eat, and food on me gets on my feet!
And so as you read these words telling you where Garfield is,
I tell you to read it yourself, I wish I could, but now I miss!
Garfield (c) Jim Davis

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