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Song Parodies -> "Flu Bird"

Original Song Title:

"Free Bird"

Original Performer:

Lynnard Skynard

Parody Song Title:

"Flu Bird"

Parody Written by:

Misplaced Comedy Group

The Lyrics

This parody mocks the Flu Bird epidemic currently making its way around the globe and can be found on the MCG 2005 CD release "Unreal Estate".
If I eat you tomorrow
Would I get sick for days
Cuz I can't eat at KFC now
Or even visit Chic-Fil-A
And I won't munch on chicken tenders
Because they just don't taste the same
Well I'll get sick as a bird now
All these chicks have Influenza A~!
(Oh!)The Avian Flu's in the poultry (eh)
All the Birds have influenza A!
Lord Knows Influenza A!

Mad Cow, stopped us eatin' Beef (yeah)
Insecticides halted salads & broccoli
Chinese never had John Sinclair
To tell them "The Jungle" is to blame
And even with some Bake & Shake, now
Boneless Chicken's not the same
For I'm as Sick as a bird now
Cause we found influenza A~!
(Oh!)The Avian Flu's in the poultry (eh)
And these birds got influenza A!
Yeah, Yeah It's Influenza A!
The FDA is now on the case
Misplaced Music. ASCAP (c) 2005.The Misplaced Comedy Group

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