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Song Parodies -> "Little House On The Prarie Gets Internet Access"

Original Song Title:

"White Horse"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Little House On The Prarie Gets Internet Access"

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The Lyrics

Charles Ingalls: (Family around the compter). Half-pint, I have something to show you on this computer.Laura Ingalls: Pa! We have Internet access!CI: Okay! Lets turn it on!
(Music starts as the server makes that funny noise).

CI: If you want to search, you have to type the words right here!

(Laura looks puzzled. Mr. Ingalls repeats himself at least three more times).

Mrs Ingalls: If you want to seach, you got to avoid sex!

CI:! (Repeats himself three more times).

(Laura Ingalls types in "Mrs Olson" into the search engine and comes across naked pictures of Mr and Mrs OIson doing it)!

MI: Sex!

CI: Sick!

(Charles Ingalls and his wife get into their horse drawn thingy to tell the Olson's off. They walk right up to them in the store).

MI: Sex!

CI: Sick!

(They repeat themselves at least three more times. Both whip out their guns and shoot them down dead)!

Mr &Mrs Ingalls: If you want to "surf", avoid the word sex!

(Repeat until end of song while they shoot their guns in the air).

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