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Song Parodies -> "L'air de la Pennsylvanie"

Original Song Title:

"L'air de la Louisiane"

Original Performer:

Jimmy Buffett

Parody Song Title:

"L'air de la Pennsylvanie"

Parody Written by:

Michael T. Mondak

The Lyrics

This is an all-French song, with the English translation appearing below the French lyrics.
Se promanade dans en bois la vielle Pennsylvanie
Les ombres lougnes nos pas silents
L'air de la Pennsylvanie
Toi et moi ne parlant pas
En mangons de la glace
Pour un instant je suis content en
L'air de la Pennsylvanie
Pout un instant je suis content en
L'air de la Pennsylvanie

English translation:
A walk in the woods of old Pennsylvania
The shadows are long
Our steps are silent in the Pennsylvania air
You and I say nothing as we eat ice cream
For one minute I'm happy in the Pennsylvania air

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