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Song Parodies -> "Pie Thrown at Zombie"

Original Song Title:

"Eye of the Zombie"

Original Performer:

Creedence Clearwater Revival

Parody Song Title:

"Pie Thrown at Zombie"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics


Interest is mountin' at this time of fall.
Soon gather the children, and soon at your house they will call.
They've banded together; you chuckle, they think they give fright.
You've got the stove fired, and you're bakin' some zombie pies.

Pie-ie-ie-pies thrown at zombies. (2x)

They're sneakin' through your yard's grass. . .let eggs fly gleefully.
You won't feast on the food you've made; you'll launch it at the zombies.
Yoouu throw at a kid who is especially uncouth.
Into his mouth it splats--it's the moment of tooth.


He gives a good scare as flare crafted prosthetic teeth.
Suddenly you've found, he wears no mask. . .no kid's face beneath.
And in the darkness, you know that before you stands
The real thing, that eats you and kids, this undead man.

Di-i-ines on you, the zombie.
[repeat and fade]

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