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Song Parodies -> "Mouth-Drowned Brain"

Original Song Title:

"Southbound Train"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Mouth-Drowned Brain"

Parody Written by:

Rick Duncan

The Lyrics

Freudian faux pas and slips of the tongue
All just cause me embarrassment, make me feel dumb
When I stand up in public my mind just goes numb
And I'm feeling stupid as Forrest Gump
When my mouth drowned brain takes a dump

Minorities, women, facing the wrath
When my language has taken an unfortunate path
Make a joke and I notice that some never laugh
As a speaker, I'm not that smart
When my mouth drowned brain has to fart

Eternally, I'm just not vocally slick
Will I live out my silly life stepping on my dick?
I guess that I'm lucky my head is so thick
I'll apologize now for the pain
When my mouth drowned brain strikes again

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Voting Results

Pacing: 4.4
How Funny: 4.2
Overall Rating: 4.4

Total Votes: 5

Voting Breakdown

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    Pacing How Funny Overall Rating
 1   0
 2   0
 3   1
 4   1
 5   3

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Adagio - February 11, 2005 - Report this comment
I had to look in because of the title even though DKTOS. It's a good one, Rick. 5's anyway...know your pacing.

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