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Song Parodies -> "Prof. Rattan and the Pea Natives"

Original Song Title:

"Somebody to Love"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Prof. Rattan and the Pea Natives"

Parody Written by:

Olivia Smith

The Lyrics

If you like Minnesota Cuke, enjoy this!
Professor Rattan and the Pea Natives come?

Each morning I read you my diary,
and I will stand on your arms.

Take a look at yourself in the mirror and die.
And I have the relief - can Prof. Rattan and the peas come?

Every day; he (Rattan) works hard at the start of the day!
And you don't have the rythym, you just have skittle-ism.
Keep your skittles.

We had to get outta prison cell,
today I am free-eee!

Can Professor Rattan and his evil band of Pea Natives come into town?
copyright 1989.

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