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Song Parodies -> "Cat Box Liner"

Original Song Title:

"Jet Airliner"

Original Performer:

Steve Miller

Parody Song Title:

"Cat Box Liner"

Parody Written by:

Malcolm Higgins

The Lyrics

leavin home, out on the road,
put the box on the floor,
fillin the food, and the water the same
I'm leavin my cat at home
but my long drive seems so far today,
and I wonder what she has done,
clumped and dry still brings tears to my eyes,
but I got to get moving on

oh big wet cat box liner
carry that clumpy away
oh big old cat box liner
there's three dumps and a pee pee today

goodbye to all the pets at home,
I wonder if they can be trusted
when our new dog runs them around,
will our lights get knocked down and busted?
and my heart keeps me thinkin of back there
as I wonder what's all been done
wonder if they were good today,
just what the hell is goin on?

oh big wet cat box liner
carry that clumpy away
oh big old cat box liner
there's three dumps and a pee pee today



droppin down from my cat's behind,
see the steam coming down
it just seems to keep on keeping on
you know the cat will flick the litter around
and I come home with some hesitation,
you know that I can't stand this pee
and I don't want to smell this stuff,
it's the funkiest stuff that comes out of this kitty

oh big wet cat box liner
carry that clumpy away
oh big old cat box liner
there's three dumps and a pee pee today

oh big wet cat box liner
carry that clumpy away
oh big old cat box liner
there's three dumps and a pee pee today


oh big wet cat box liner
why did I leave home
oh big wet cat box liner
it's a scare when I've been gone

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Wild Man - July 17, 2003 - Report this comment
LOL, Great job Malk, one of your best.
Meriadoc - July 17, 2003 - Report this comment
What excellent..er..graphics! (Buy the Litter Pearls - at least when you step on them at night, they don't hurt your feet. Of course, you do have to chase them endlessly around the room with the broom...). There you go, everything you ever wanted to know about cat litter but were afraid to ask. Okay, I'll stop now. Really.
Claude Prez - July 17, 2003 - Report this comment
"Funkiest stuff that comes out of this kitty" is a great line. Nice job!
Dingo8mybaby - July 18, 2003 - Report this comment
Some decent lines, but the song needs some serious rhythm tweaking, starting with the second line (Original: "I've been down before." Parody: "Put the box ON THE FLOOR" ... that's one syllable too many). "Cat box on the floor," etc., would fit. Ditto with the parody line: "I'm leavin' my cat at home" ... which doesn't exactly fit the oringal: "I've been thinkin' about my home." And so it goes ...
Dingo8mybaby - July 18, 2003 - Report this comment
"Oringal"??? Make that word in my previous comment "original."
Jay W - February 23, 2004 - Report this comment
I just came up with the title "Litterbox Liner" for this song and was checking archives to see if it was original----oh, well--never mind. Nice job.

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