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Song Parodies -> "Too Late: All Burned. Damn Cow!"

Original Song Title:

"Too Late to Turn Back Now"

Parody Song Title:

"Too Late: All Burned. Damn Cow!"

Parody Written by:

Merry & Pippin

The Lyrics

If you do not know the OS, a low bit-rate MP3 can be found here

Chicago’s glowy although sunset’s not there
There’s this barn with loft and it’s straw everywhere
O’Leary: wants some milk past dark
Needs light for some dairying
Daisy kicked a little lantern
I fear there’s cracklin’ to be, and I’m smellin’ smoke

It's too late: all burned. Damn cow!
Please believe that I grieve, yes indeed, that bossy’s a klutz
It's too late: all burned. Damn cow!
Don’t believe we’ll receive a reprieve, or help from above

The town was soon blazing up, at least ten blocks aflame
You know, the firemen’s hosey-crew was all too harried: went wrong way
I tell you
I slipped out of sight
Watching the town ignite
I cried so hard when I glimpsed the wealth
Of Chi-town in a smoldering plight, and it’s knellin’ doom

It's too late: all burned. Damn cow!
Please believe that I grieve, yes indeed, that bossy’s a klutz
It's too late: all burned. Damn cow!
I’m bereaved by the heave of a sheave of silage lit up

It's too late: all burned. Damn cow!
Please believe that I grieve, yes indeed, that bossy’s a klutz
It's too late: all burned. Damn cow!
I’m a-peeved so that we’ve misconceived a mythicowl-putz

Poor Miz O’Leary - did she know her reputation’s through?
But it’s sad to think that Irishness alone did af-fix that blame like glue

Oh, It's too late: all burned. Damn cow!
I concede I’m aggrieved when perceive there’s fables ahead
It’s too late, kids sing out now:
“In the night, in the night in the night when we were in bed...”
It’s too late, kids sing out now:
“Boviney, boviney, boviney mishap in the shed”

(Repeat and extinguish slowly)

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mandamoo - August 27, 2007 - Report this comment
Love the mythicowl-putz line ! No bull..! ;)
Syncronos - August 27, 2007 - Report this comment
What were you guys smoking when you came up with this? Can I have some? I'll put $5 on it if I have to...
John Barry - August 27, 2007 - Report this comment
I've polled myself and given you fives. Fabulous job on the "believe. . ." rhyming litany.
alvin - August 27, 2007 - Report this comment
an absolute scream....hate the OS
Tommy Turtle - August 27, 2007 - Report this comment
DK what to expect from the title... was sort of leery. Fine tale of the night Chicago died. Oh, wait, that's a different song....
Meriadoc - August 27, 2007 - Report this comment
Thank you everyone!

Alvin - I love the OS, but then I get all sentimental about anything from 1971.
AFW - August 27, 2007 - Report this comment
Humerous history
TJC - August 27, 2007 - Report this comment
Simply histor-erical! 5's
wandlimb - August 30, 2007 - Report this comment
Is that barbecue I smell?

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