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Song Parodies -> "Richmond Callin'"

Original Song Title:

"London Callin'"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Richmond Callin'"

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The Lyrics

This is an ode to a friend, Kirby who knows everything is true (or "below" in his case, nonexistant).
Richmond callin to the street of Pacemore
to a house where Millar dances at the door
Richmond callin and theyr wondering why
they'r talking to Kirby while he is high
Richmond callin but he won't understand
why everybody thinks he's not a man
Richmond callin and theyr stopping to care
so they try to tear off all his stupid hair

Now Deb is calling and then the phone ring
Kirby picks it up and he tries to sing
So she hangs up on him and he runs outside
and Kirby gets thrown in the river.
I know the names will mean nothing to anyone so....insert your own.

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Pacing: 3.0
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Overall Rating: 3.0

Total Votes: 2

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RubyTuesday - May 16, 2003 - Report this comment
This is an ode to a friend, Kirby who knows everything below is true (or "below" in his case, nonexistant). That should be the intro

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