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Song Parodies -> "Coffee Song"

Original Song Title:

"Annie's Song"

Original Performer:

John Denver

Parody Song Title:

"Coffee Song"

Parody Written by:

Rex Ungericht

The Lyrics

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I went to the kitchen
At my place of employment
There were eight pots of coffee
Brewed and ready to pour
And it smelled so delightful
That I couldn't resist it
I drank all the coffee
Then I drank some more

Walked to my office
In just one nanosecond
Then I got all my work done
In just one second more
Then I ran to the ocean
Even though I'm in Denver
Coffee is magic
And I'm Dumbledore

[Whooshing noises]

I can do anything now
I start to fly up
By flapping my arms

I'm flying past Reno
And my arms are not tired
But I seem to be slowing
Then the caffeine wears off
But I'm saved by a stranger
A barista from Starbucks
With mid-air refueling
Of Doppio shots

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Pacing: 5.0
How Funny: 5.0
Overall Rating: 5.0

Total Votes: 6

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Jonathan - June 05, 2017 - Report this comment
loved it! even though I'm more of a tea guy... 5s

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