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Song Parodies -> "Blueberry Pie"

Original Song Title:

"Doo Wah Diddy"

Original Performer:

Mannfred Mann

Parody Song Title:

"Blueberry Pie"

Parody Written by:

Paul and Mitch

The Lyrics

There it was just a sittin' on the sill Singin
"Blueberry, blueberry pie"
Smelling so good, good enough to steal Singin
"Blueberry, blueberry pie"
It looked good (Looked good)
It looked fine (Looked fine)
It looked good, it looked fine, and that's when I did the crime

There I was, as hungry as can be Singin
"Blueberry, blueberry pie"
Drooling my tongue like a happy puppy Singin
"Blueberry, blueberry pie"
I walked on (Walked on)
To the ledge (To the ledge)
I walked on, to the ledge, and I bit apart the edge

Woaah, I knew I had fallen in love,
Yes I did, because I ate all the pie I was dreaming of.

Now I eat one almost every single day Singin
"Blueberry, blueberry pie"
I'm so tubby and that's how I'm gonna stay Singin
"Blueberry, blueberry pie"
Now I'm full (I'm full)
No more pie (No more pie)
I'm full, no more pie, If I eat more I'm gonna die.

Woaah, I knew I had fallen in love,
Yes I did, because I ate all the pie I was dreaming of.

((Repeat last verse))

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