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Song Parodies -> "Army Green"

Original Song Title:

"John Deere Green"

Original Performer:

Joe Diffie

Parody Song Title:

"Army Green"

Parody Written by:

Josh Taylor Stingray

The Lyrics

This is a song about Stimpy in Army Green. Hope you like it.
They were small kids way down the city
Met in preschool in the eighties
Stimpy knew it was school from the start
One December in the late night hour
He climbed upon the TV tower
Stood on the rail and painted a 10 note part

In Army Green
On a cold winter night
He sang Baby Bop loves Barney
In a 3 note high
And the whole crowd said that he should have stayed in bed
But it looked good on me
In Army Green

They settled down on Acme Acres
Raising Sweet Pea, Kid, and Vader
They went together like a Bat and a rod
On a dark day from their back yard
If you look and know what to look for
Off to the east you can still read his words of god

(Repeat Chorus)

Now more than Ten
The town has discovered
Paying over it ain't no use
There ain't no money in the world
That'll cover it, the song keeps going through

(Repeat Chorus)

Ahh sing it clean boy

(Repeat Chorus)

Army Green

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Pacing: 3.4
How Funny: 2.2
Overall Rating: 2.6

Total Votes: 5

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