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Song Parodies -> "Runs His Mouth. . .Stumbles"

Original Song Title:

"Run Through the Jungle"

Original Performer:

Credence Clearwater Revival

Parody Song Title:

"Runs His Mouth. . .Stumbles"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

When he talks, it's a nightmare—
A lexical stew.
Even when he is talkin' slow,
I'm completely confused.

He runs his mouth and stumbles.
His semantics are bungled.
Syntactic mix that's jumbled.
Hey, what'd he say to me?

Then I heard him bumblin',
Botchin' someone's name.
200 million cells corroded
In his coke-cooked brain.


Now what's that he's spoutin'?
Again, he misspoke.
Lexemes feeble; speaks in pidgin,
Fills your ass with smoke.


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Pacing: 4.5
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Overall Rating: 3.0

Total Votes: 2

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spelling cop - September 28, 2004 - Report this comment
Nice parody. Except for one thing: you spelled Creedence wrong.
Ashkicksass - September 28, 2004 - Report this comment
Great one, John!
John Barry - September 28, 2004 - Report this comment
Oops! Thanks for the spelling lesson, cop. Thanks, Ash.

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