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Song Parodies -> "Johnny LaRue"

Original Song Title:

"Holy Diver"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Dio

Parody Song Title:

"Johnny LaRue"

Parody Written by:

Roman Craig

The Lyrics

This is a song about one of the most hilarious sctv characters ever Johnny LaRue.
Johnny LaRue
You're gruff like a hunter on a hunting spree.
You're on the Second City TV.

Mr LaRue
You're so fat but yet you're so cool.
Oh and you're our favourite fool.

Gotta get that crane
Johnny LaRue.

Your eyes are like shiny diamonds
You're so wild like a beast in the black of night.
Your power is your girth and overall charm.

You're not boring
You're incredibly awesome and that's a fact.
If you don't believe me- just ask my pal Jack.

Gotta get that crane-get that crane.

Gold and velvet
you've got a wit that's hard as steel
You're truly amazing.
Your skills are truly something cool.

Johnny LaRue.
You're a star in the SCTV masquade.
And yes i am not very afraid.

You're like a tiger,
You've got a big heart and you're fat not lean.
You're like no one we've ever seen

Repeat verse 1

Hope you enjoyed that folks.

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