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Song Parodies -> "I Am Horse"

Original Song Title:

"I Am Cow"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Arrogant Worms

Parody Song Title:

"I Am Horse"

Parody Written by:

Andrew Lardieri

The Lyrics

I am horse
Hear me neigh
I eat lots and lots of hay
And I’m always ridden every day
What is all this fiddle faddle
When you strap upon a saddle
I am horse, I am horse, hear me neigh!

I am horse, wearing shoes
My four feet are just like you
And they’re shaped just like the letter U
Oh my hooves will be protected
Or so more or less infected
I am horse, I am horse, I wear shoes.

I am horse, here I stand
Far and wide across this land
And I am living everywhere
From the US to England
You can guide me with your hands
I am horse, I am horse, I am horse
I am horse, I am horse, I am horse

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