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Song Parodies -> "Life as a Circus Clown"

Original Song Title:

"Life in a Northern Town"

Original Performer:

Dream Academy

Parody Song Title:

"Life as a Circus Clown"

Parody Written by:

Tony Wiseguy

The Lyrics

An Acrobat gets first aid,
And a midget complains he's underpaid.
And the smelly elephants crap all day, all day.
And the human cannonball takes aim.
Yikes! He landed on the highway.
Today was his birthday. Ah.

Ah hey ha ha ha. Life as a Circus Clown.

The muscle man wears a night gown,
And the freaks call him a girl scout.
And the Juggler is the odd man out, go figure.
There smoking pot constantly.
It got so bad they started to sneeze.
Like Bob Marley and the Wailers.

Ah hey ha ha ha. Life as a Circus Clown.
Ah hey ha ha ha. Having a nervous breakdown.

The Ringleader has gone insane.
See him act like Saddam Hussein.
As we watch him chow down his medication.
And now the Pantomime talks in rhymes,
High on speed see his glassy eyes.
He left the Circus for a life of crime,

Ah hey ha ha ha. Life as a Circus Clown.
Ah hey ha ha ha. Life as a Circus Clown.
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