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Song Parodies -> "Maggie’s Man Tilled"

Original Song Title:

"Maggie M'Gill"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Maggie’s Man Tilled"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

One of my parodies of the 11 songs on the "Morrison Hotel" album.
For Maggie some tilled in a song by Dylan,
but one guy said, “F**k this; I’ve had my fill!”
So he got out, out singing a shout.
People still there, she made all them work the farm.

Conditions bad for all of the crew;
the rebel said, “Ain’t no more I’ll do!”
So he got out…left behind some louts,
such as her pa and her bro and some others lacking charm.

Illegitimate jobs down there on Maggie’s farm—
mom, dad, brother, pa, Maggie causing workers harm.
Maggie and her minions, there’s no doubt, were underhanded,
so the guy said he would work no more and then lammed it

Maggie’s man for a while tilled,
but of Maggie, he’d had his fill

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