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Song Parodies -> "Mr. Sasquatch"

Original Song Title:

"Mr. Crowley"

Original Performer:

Ozzy Osbourne.

Parody Song Title:

"Mr. Sasquatch"

Parody Written by:

Johnny B Goode

The Lyrics

This song is about a geometry teacher I have right now for summer school. His name is Mr. Salois (pronounced Sal-wah), but I always call him Mr. Sasquatch. (Sasquatch means Bigfoot) And he really is as bad as I describe in the song.
Mr. Sasquatch, what goes on in your head?
Mr. Sasquatch, is your brain made of lead?
You send us to the office
For no reason at all
Oh, your teaching is tragic
I hit my head on the wall

Mr. Sasquatch, oh, your teaching is poor
Mr. Sasquatch, don’t try anymore
Trying to teach a geometry class, an English teacher
He can’t teach, it’s no secret
Being in his class makes me hurt

(Guitar solo)

Mr. Sasquatch, go get kicked by a horse
Mr. Sasquatch, yeah, I mean it (of course)
Trying a subject that’s not basic
I hear the idiot’s call
Oh, teaching something you don’t know
Yeah, I’m banging my head on a wall

(Guitar solo)

Does your brain have a dent?
I want to know if it’s got a dent
I want to know
I want to know if it’s got a dent, yeah!


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