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Song Parodies -> "Owner of a Lonely Dog"

Original Song Title:

"Owner of a Lonely Heart"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Yes

Parody Song Title:

"Owner of a Lonely Dog"

Parody Written by:

Rick Duncan

The Lyrics

Scratch yourself
For you've got fleas and ticks
And you're so bored and hungry
Lick yourself
It's a private back yard
But there's no one to talk to

Howl all day
It's what you do the best
Although I'm trying to sleep now
Bark! (Woof!) Bark again
I think I understand
What you're trying to say

Owner of a lonely dog...
(Please come on home)
Owner of a lonely dog
(Please come on home now )
Owner of a lonely Dooooooog

I hear you all through the summer
I hear you howling at night
You think that nobody loves you
I think you're probably right

I'm getting sick of your barking
I think I'll call up the pound
I'm gonna sleep a lot better
When you're no longer around

Owner of a lonely dog......
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Pat - September 30, 2003 - Report this comment
LOL thats a great one, a very hillarious lyric on a great song. I can imagine Jon Anderson standing there with his pyjama dress on stage singing Owner of a lonely dog....haha...

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