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Song Parodies -> "Deer Sixth Sense"

Original Song Title:

"Dear Prudence"

Original Performer:

The Beatles

Parody Song Title:

"Deer Sixth Sense"

Parody Written by:

thayer

The Lyrics

Deer sixth sense, don't you come out to play
Deer sixth sense, it's a deadly day
The sun is up, the sky is red
Some bloody antlers line his head
Deer sixth sense, don't you come out to play

Deer sixth sense, open up your cellar
Deer sixth sense, don't forget 'old yeller'
The dog can bark and warn you quick
To hit the stag's head with a brick
Deer sixth sense, won't you get in your cellar

Hit the ground ground
Hit the ground ground ground
Hit the ground

Deer sixth sense, look from where you hid
Deer sixth sense, see a little kid
And as you run to save his life
Sharp horns cut you like a knife
Deer sixth sense, guess I should have told you so.

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