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Song Parodies -> "Cat's Night Out"

Original Song Title:

"Somewhere Out There"

Original Performer:

Fievel & Tanya Mousekewitz

Parody Song Title:

"Cat's Night Out"

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The Lyrics

Has anyone ever been able to sleep through a "Feline's Single Night"?I didn't think so....
Somewhere out there
Beneath some bright street light
Felines caterwauling
And making love tonight
Such a clatter
I sigh a brief prayer
That dogs will chase them hither
To a place far far from here

And even though I know it's not polite to shout or scream
I wish they wouldn't try so hard to bust up a good dream
And, yes, I know that shoes and vases aren't cheap to buy
But still it's very tempting to just let one or two fly......

So, cats, out there
You want to make it through?
Think of someone's slumber
Before we put
You all in the ICU...
Still, sometimes, I think dogs in the neighbourhood having a concerto may be far worse...

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Cat - December 14, 2005 - Report this comment
Don't insult us...we got claws.
Sam_Spam - December 17, 2005 - Report this comment
I'll keep that in mind. Catnip?

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