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Song Parodies -> "Cheech and Chong"

Original Song Title:

"Up In Smoke"

Original Performer:

Cheech and Chong

Parody Song Title:

"Cheech and Chong"

Parody Written by:

Tim Hall

The Lyrics

Cheech and Chong
are comedy legends
Cheech Marin
was Born in East L.A.
and Thomas Chong
came from Canada way
Their comedy
focuses on
reality

Cheech and Chong
had a Basketball Jones
Dave's not here
tickled my funny bones
Pedro and the Man
had no particular plan
I go to school
hear a nun yell
It can be cool
Sister Mary Elephant

Cheech and Chong
are advocates of pot
Acapulco
Maui Wowie
and Thai sticks
Society
looks at them like
miserable pricks
They never stop
even if chased
by a big cop
trhall@stuart.iit.edu

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Wild Man - May 29, 2003 - Report this comment
Wow , you brought back some good old memories. Thanks Tim.

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