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Song Parodies -> "Bring on the Clouds"

Original Song Title:

"Send in the Clowns"

Original Performer:

Judy Collins

Parody Song Title:

"Bring on the Clouds"

Parody Written by:

Glynn Leaney

The Lyrics


Isn’t it poor?
Where is the rain?
There’s not a drop in the ground,
Drought time again.
Where are the clouds?

Isn’t this sad?
Farmers despair.
Desperately praying for rain,
None in the air…
Where are the clouds?
Bring on the clouds.

Just when we thought wet days were due,
Hoping that one day we’d see that the sky wasn’t blue.
Having to soak up the sunshine again and again,
Nice as it is…
We need the rain.

What a big farce!
Who is to blame?
I think the forecasters don’t care…
They’re all the same!
And where are the clouds?
Bring on the clouds
Well, they never came.

Isn’t it poor?
Should shed a tear.
Having no rain, it’s the same thing every year.
And where are the clouds?
Please bring on the clouds…
At least come next year!

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Pacing: 4.7
How Funny: 5.0
Overall Rating: 5.0

Total Votes: 3

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Patrick - September 10, 2014 - Report this comment
Looks like at least some people in the west are getting some moisture. But it would better to have it spread out, rather than a whole year's worth in one day. A sad lament about a significant subject.

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