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Song Parodies -> "Go See Dolly (She's Got A Nice Pear)"

Original Song Title:

"Here's A Quarter (Call Someone Who Cares)"

Original Performer:

Travis Tritt

Parody Song Title:

"Go See Dolly (She's Got A Nice Pear)"

Parody Written by:

Tim Mayfield

The Lyrics

You say I was wrong
To try to sing you a song
When you're hungry
Your ears do not care
And you're sure you'd be happy
With some fruit taste on your tongue
Well, go see Dolly
She's got a nice pear

That tempting fruit glistens
And I'm just a man
Maybe it is not right to compare
Eve had some lovely apples
Was lost in her eyes
But that Dolly
She's got a nice pear

Well the kind that she has
Will never go bad
Better believe it
Cause they are quite rare
Don't get mad at my pun
Cause it's all done in fun
So, go see Dolly
She's got a nice pear

When tempting fruit glistens
And you're just a man
But still it might not be right to compare
And Eve had lovely apples
Was lost in her eyes
But that Dolly
She's got a nice pear

Yeah, go see Dolly
She's got a nice pear

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Pacing: 3.6
How Funny: 3.6
Overall Rating: 3.6

Total Votes: 5

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Peter Andersson a.k.a K1chyd - July 29, 2005 - Report this comment
Hi Tim! I just thought I should let you know that if it hadn't been for your SOTM entry with a parody to another Travis Tritt song I wouldn't have found THIS one and I wouldn't have wrote my own parody to it. I accidently first got my hands (ears?) on this one instead of "If Hell had a jukebox" and immediatelly doted down the idea "Here's my daughter and shootgun, beware!" in my sketchbook. Of course, and as so many times before, it ended up different than the original idea, but anyway... :-)

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