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Song Parodies -> "Saw Grandpaw's Nards"

Original Song Title:

"Draw of the Cards"

Original Performer:

Kim Carnes

Parody Song Title:

"Saw Grandpaw's Nards"

Parody Written by:

Porfle Popnecker

The Lyrics

Slightly mad
Hands that shake
Door ajar
Yikes, a snake

And I saw Grandy Paw's gnarly nards

Fishy white
Sight apalls
All wrinkly like
Melon balls

And I saw Grandy Paw's gnarly nards
And I saw Grandy Paw's gnarly nards

Close the door
Run and hide
Gaze averted
Arghh, my eyes

[guitar solo]

Begone, nards
Go away
And for years
Curse the day

Forgets his pants
Stocking feet
Waves his wand
In the street, in the street, in the street

Gramps is high
Meds aglow
Do your wurst
A festive show

And I saw Grandy Paw's gnarly nards
And I saw Grandy Paw's gnarly nards

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Pacing: 4.7
How Funny: 4.5
Overall Rating: 4.6

Total Votes: 15

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Rob Arndt - May 25, 2012 - Report this comment
Not a pleasing visual, but great parody-555!!!
Porfle Popnecker - May 25, 2012 - Report this comment
Thanks! Don't know what made me visualize something that horrible.

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