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Song Parodies -> "Grinch Person"

Original Song Title:

"Cat People"

Original Performer:

David Bowie

Parody Song Title:

"Grinch Person"

Parody Written by:


The Lyrics

See my fur so green.
I'd know your scent anywhere.
I appear at full moon.
Don't wait too long.
Cuz I've been prowling around.
It's a grinch thing.

Am I man or grinch?
I'm a little bit of both.
Don't you mess with me.
Well, you been so long

See my yellow eyes.
That glow in the dead of night.
Those who know i'm near
Back away slowly and run home.
Don't wait too long.

I prowl around at night.
I'm quite a fearsome sight.
Just don't make me mad.
You wouldn't like me when i'm angry.
Now don't wait too long.
And I can't hang around..
Cuz I've been prowling around.
It's a grinch thing.
prowling around
It's a grinch thing.

And now my inner grinch.
Is slowly changing me.
It's taking over me.
I'm starting to transform.
My eyes glow yellow.
I start to growl.
Green fur sprouts all over me.
I'm becoming more grinchy.
A grinches muzzle grows on my face.
I'm becoming more grinch-like.

Well don't hang around.
Well, don't wait too long.
Cuz I've been prowling around.
It's a grinch thing.
Prowling around, it's' a grinch thing.

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