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Song Parodies -> "In The Gravy"

Original Song Title:

"In The Navy"

Original Performer:

The Village People

Parody Song Title:

"In The Gravy"

Parody Written by:

Jon Solorio

The Lyrics

I imagined that a band would sing this from the perspective of a pea-pod/boat, floating in an ocean of gravy, that was on top of someone's mashed-potatoes. P.S. : Maybe in an English dinner, which explains line four a little better.
In the gravy,
We can sail around the seven peas.
( From) In the gravy,
We can spy some different teas.
In the gravy,
We can play just like a band.
In the gravy,
We all see mashed-potato land.

In the gravy,
We can all go for a long swim.
In the gravy,
It's like a liquified Slim-Jim.
In the gravy,
We windsurf right in the sludge.
In the gravy,
We don't even move a budge.

(Chorus)
Oh, we're in goo
We're in goo.
Our pea-pod ship,
Oh what a beaut.
My e-mail address is JMRSMace@Juno.com. Feel free to tell me what you think.

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