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Song Parodies -> "Frosty The Cokeman"

Original Song Title:

"Frosty The Snowman"

Original Performer:

Gene Autry (Nelson/Rollins 1949)

Parody Song Title:

"Frosty The Cokeman"

Parody Written by:

Scott Richardson/Hybrid Ice

The Lyrics

Lyrics conceived in the Pennsylvania based rock band Hybrid Ice's band limosine on their way to a New Year's eve gig in Baltimore back in the late 70's - early 80's. While en route to the gig, they realized that they forgot to rehearse "Aud Lang Syne" for the stroke of midnight, so accordingly they performed this little ditty (a capella - barbershop quartet style) in lieu of the more traditional song. Of course the crowd loved it, and it became a holiday breakout song for the next 25 years....
(Choppity, chop - toot,
Choppity, chop - toot!)

Fros-ty the cokeman was a jolly happy soul,
with a freebase pipe and a razor blade,
and a bill stuck up his nose.

Fros-ty the cokeman is as rich as he can be,
cuz he lays out lines til we blow our minds,
and we're f*cked fi-nan-cial-leeee!

The half-a-gram I did last nite
was stepped on quite a bit.
As soon as it went up my nose,
I had to take a sh*t!

Fros-ty the cokeman is a rip-off some may say,
but the junkies know that he sells good blo,
and it's never un-der-weighed.

He went downtown to sell a pound,
but when he made the drop,
they tried a line and said "that's fine,
but guess what - we're the COPS!""

Fros-ty the cokeman - has his ass in jail today,
but he waived goodbye, sayin' "Don't you cry,
there's a ship-ment on - the - waaay!"

Choppity, chop - toot,
Choppity, chop - toot,
We're no longer blue!
(bom, Bom, BOM)
Choppity, chop - toot,
Choppity, chop - toot,
San-ta came from PE-RU!

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Phil Alexander - March 04, 2003 - Report this comment
Very good - spot on pacing, rhythm works perfectly, and very funny
Joe Cockroach - July 20, 2004 - Report this comment
very funny indeed!
Fred Phish - December 25, 2004 - Report this comment
ROTF! Very good indeed! I've got to get the guys in our quartet to learn this one. I hope these guys don't mind if we 'borrow' it!
Tony Soprano - November 14, 2005 - Report this comment
I remember those guys!!! I used to go to see them at the Coast To Coast niteclub in Baltimore, and the old Sand Bar! I wonder if they are still playing anywhere.
MAXTRAXDUFFY - May 28, 2007 - Report this comment
man i loved that song i ran a bar in charlottesville va anfdthy played every 8 weeks there and a 'blast' was had bye all!!!1lol
JaJaBinx - February 18, 2009 - Report this comment
I completely forgot about that tune! I used to see those guys at Scotland Yard and the Sandbar up near Baltimore! Those guys could sing their asses off on the Styx, Yes, and NOBODY ever did Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody as well live as they did... not even QUEEN! (And that ain't no s***)
PAC60 - December 05, 2009 - Report this comment
HYBRID ICE IS ALIVE AND WELL AND STILL PLAYING CHECK THEM OUT ON THE WEB WWW.HYBRIDICE.NET

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