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Song Parodies -> "Goin' Off to Wisconsin Dells"

Original Song Title:

"Jeans On"

Original Performer:

David Dundas

Parody Song Title:

"Goin' Off to Wisconsin Dells"

The Lyrics

In 1979, the song under parody was originally produced for a blue jeans commercial in Great Britain, which would eventually reach #1 on the British charts.
When we get up in the sunrise light,
We're goin' off to Wisconsin Dells, 'cause--
We just like goin' off--(cha cha)
Goin' off to Wisconsin Dells! (x2)

I've decided, in the best interests of all,
That we're giving up on the idiot's box awhile;
It's time for Wisconsin Dells--
Just time for those Wisconsin Dells!! (x2)

You and me, we'll go waterslide riding,
And just lounging in the wave pools up there;
With quite a lot to do, and quite a lot of fun,
Why should we have to watch the same old TV?!

'Cause it's the summer, and when comes the summertime,
You just don't need TV to kill the time away;
I thought it would be time--
Just time for Wisconsin Dells!! (x2)

So what would be better than to leave the TV off
And just enjoy what the Dells hath in store?
Between Stand Rock and the Islands, and all in between,
You've got a lot more to enjoy anyway!!

(repeat first stanza)
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