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Song Parodies -> "Black Bear Pooping in my Drain"

Original Song Title:

"Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain"

Original Performer:

Willie Nelson

Parody Song Title:

"Black Bear Pooping in my Drain"

Parody Written by:

Norman Wanman

The Lyrics

Well, back again for one more new parody. I do not know why I decided to conjure up a new parody with such scatological references but I kinda love having friends around when they are drunk out of their minds, singing songs with the karaoke machine and mocking Rowan Atkinson for not continuing Blackadder. So, here it is, I present you a parody of Willie Nelson's famous cover of Fred Rose's song, "Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain".
In the night time woke to see it
Black bear pooping in my drain
When I got out my chrome shotgun
It left my frontyard in the rain

Why do critters come at night time
And come up and clog up my drain
Besides, it's winter so it's stranger
Black bear pooping in my drain

Morning I came out with my brushes
Scrubbed the drain with lye again
Next I'll shoot it if it does this
If a black bear pooped in my drain
This parody is a copyright of Norman Wanman aka Fayte aka Symphix aka eiseys. The original song is copyrighted to Fred Rose. Do leave comments. Thank you!

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