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Song Parodies -> "Doggie Gone to Heaven"

Original Song Title:

"Monkey Gone to Heaven"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Pixies

Parody Song Title:

"Doggie Gone to Heaven"

Parody Written by:

spencer the griffinator

The Lyrics

This song was VERY difficult to parody! "Anne" in the third verse refers to Anne Marie, the little orphan girl from All Dogs Go to Heaven, which this parody centers around.
VERSE 1:

There was a dog
A dog who was out at sea
Got killed in a car accident
He didn’t feel he was worthy

CHORUS:

This doggie’s gone to heaven
This doggie’s gone to heaven
This doggie’s gone to heaven
This doggie’s gone to heaven

VERSE 2:

The doggie in the sky
Saw that he stole some gold
And now there’s gold in the sky
And the gold’s not sold
And if the gold’s not sold
Charlie can’t return
He’ll have to earn his place there too

(CHORUS)

Rock me, Itchy! (guitar solo and barking)

VERSE 3:

If Anne is 5, if Anne is 5
If Anne is 5, then the cat is 6
The cat is 6, the cat is 6
And if the cat is 6, Then Dog is 7!
Then Dog is 7! Then Dog is 7!

(CHORUS)

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