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Song Parodies -> "Behind Roused Boars"

Original Song Title:

"Behind Closed Doors"

Original Performer:

Charlie Rich

Parody Song Title:

"Behind Roused Boars"

Parody Written by:

Merry & Pippin

The Lyrics

A low-bitrate mp3 of the song can be found here.
When ‘Babe’ he oinks aloud
Gore, he might make me: plowed
He severs shaken spleens
By fangin’ all over me things endowed
‘Cus people like their pork
Boar’s tables-turned, he stalks
And if I turn out my back
That shoat he’ll be cleaving on me

It’s best to get behind roused boars
Lest you get a-speared in groin
And he tusks you bad - you’re no more man
Oh safe-ty says to go ‘round behind roused boars

Now ‘Babe’ he might get wild
Snorts, don’t you make him riled
He’s revvin’ to display
His sure-fir-ed way to shove you
He’s hazr’dous and weighty
And quite irate-y, you see
And when that swine takes a flight
He will be cravin’ inj’ry

It’s best to get behind roused boars
Better, lest your pants turn brown
‘Cus he makes the maddest kind of ham
So safe-ty says to go ‘round behind roused boars
Behind roused boars

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Overall Rating: 5.0

Total Votes: 10

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AFW - July 23, 2008 - Report this comment
Great advice..edgy fun
alvin - July 23, 2008 - Report this comment
ya managed to get in just about every porcine pun available....i'm glad this wasn't "behind AROUSED boars"
Invisible Boy - July 23, 2008 - Report this comment
Very funny. Loved the "Babe" reference and "pants turn brown"
Tim Mayfield - July 23, 2008 - Report this comment
Definitely not boar-ing. Not exactly the pork-u-pined for, but not sloppy at all. You penned a good one! The porcine was right on too! I had to grunt you 3 fives. Brought a squeal of delight more than once. Soooey!
MasonR - July 24, 2008 - Report this comment
Something's not Kosher about this parody...but that's OK, I'll give it 5's anyway. Tim: Stop hogging all the piggie puns! ;-)
Meriadoc - July 24, 2008 - Report this comment
Thanks everyone!

Alvin: I briefly considered it.... ;-)
mandamoo - July 24, 2008 - Report this comment
Nicely hammed up!
unKnownVotrix - July 24, 2008 - Report this comment
Very funny choice of ~OS~ . . . This hit by C Rich was so popular with the Cowboy set in the late 70's . . . It played constantly! very creative write, ~M & P~
Meriadoc - July 26, 2008 - Report this comment
Yes, UnKNown - it was one of the rare records that my father went out and bought at the time... :-)
Tommy Turtle - September 26, 2012 - Report this comment
Meriadoc: I ass-ewe-med that "roused" was indeed short for "aroused", with the ' (apostrophe of elision) ommitted. Sow much funnier that way! ... and it seems from your other best-of-all-ity collection that Pip often gets behind 'roused sows. ;)
Meriadoc - October 02, 2012 - Report this comment
TT: As hard as it may be to believe, this one was entirely innocent... ;) (This parody I mean, not this writer)
Tommy Turtle - October 03, 2012 - Report this comment
Oh ... well, then, I retract my comment. This interpretation is too boaring.       (KIDDING! ;)

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