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Song Parodies -> "Little Engine"

Original Song Title:

"Natural High"

Original Performer:

Merle Haggard

Parody Song Title:

"Little Engine"

Parody Written by:

Darius Whitehead

The Lyrics

You ever see a parody of the little engine that could?
[Verse 1]
You said I would wait for a train.
It just packed up with every thing.
You let me read a little book,
After I begged to take a look.

And this book was called The Little Engine,
Who thinks it can, and it can.

[Verse 2]
The train was waiting for the next call one morning,
with another with freight cars moving.
Engines were asked to pull the train,
But they didn't, and they can't complain.

And here they see the small Little Engine.
Who thinks it can, and it can.

[Verse 3]
The little engine has to take it slow,
To give those little cars a pull.
Someday, it will climb up on that hill.
Then do well, and do well, and do well...

And they will cheer for the Little Engine.
Who thinks it can, and it can.
Yes, they will cheer for the Little Engine.
Who thinks it can, and it can.

(C) Darius Studios.

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