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Song Parodies -> "Pop Can Bowl"

Original Song Title:

"Heart Of Gold"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Neil Young

Parody Song Title:

"Pop Can Bowl"

Parody Written by:

Pillicothe Guy

The Lyrics

"Pop Can Bowl"

I've had high times
I've had low times
At times I've settled for
A pop can bowl

All out of papers
I lost my pipe
Looks like we're building up
A pop can bowl
(And It's getting old)

I guess we're building up
A pop can bowl
(And It's getting old)

I've owed a steamroller
A hundred glass pipes
And now I'm building up
A pop can bowl

I've got this K-Train
It's such a fine strain
That we'll be smoking from
A pop can bowl
(And It's getting old)

I hate smoking from
A pop can bowl
(And It's getting old)

Now we're blazing up
A pop can bowl
And now we're passing round
A pop can bowl
(And I'm gettin' stoned)

And now I'm thankful for
A pop can bowl

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