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Song Parodies -> "Propane"

Original Song Title:

"Cocaine"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Eric Clapton

Parody Song Title:

"Propane"

Parody Written by:

Scott Bourgeois

The Lyrics

If you wanna grill out then there can be no doubt, propane.
If you want to cook fast, there's no better gas, propane.
No gas line, no gas line, no gas line - propane.

Grillin' burgers and steaks, you've got what it takes, propane.
Lighting briquet charcoal gets to be so old, propane.
No gas line, no gas line, no gas line - propane.

(Awesomely long guitar solo here)

Natural gas not enough, running gas lines is rough, propane.
Tank exchange or refill, grilling gives me a thrill, propane.
No gas line, no gas line, no gas line - propane.

No gas line, no gas line, no gas line - propane.
No gas line, no gas line, no gas line - propane!
Copyright © 2003 by Scott Bourgeois

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