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Song Parodies -> "Them Scones"

Original Song Title:

"Them Bones"

Original Performer:

Alice in Chains

Parody Song Title:

"Them Scones"

Parody Written by:

Peter Andersson a.k.a K1chyd

The Lyrics

Hot! Hot! Hot! Hot!

I believe my scones are hot
You say they're burned into disgrace
It's my soiree
Gonna jam up this big ole pile of them scones

Hot! Hot! Hot!

Crust fries covered over with thyme
Bit o' Bastille is my cuisine
I've made quite a lot
Have to jam up this big ole pile of them scones

(Fire Alarm Solo)

Told you some cream would do
You like bread a-sundered like pie

Please eat some of them
I've jammed up a big old pile of them

I'll eat most of them
I've jammed up a big old pile of them

I'll eat all of them
Gonna jam up a big old pile of them moans
© Peter Andersson.

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Pacing: 4.5
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Overall Rating: 4.8

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Red Ant - April 01, 2005 - Report this comment
555, though I found the rhyming a bit off in the first stanza, it's better than my parody of this song. " I believe, them fives you'll see ". :)

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