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Song Parodies -> "Bluegrass Jam"

Original Song Title:

"Sweet Little Sixteen"

Original Performer:

Chuck Berry

Parody Song Title:

"Bluegrass Jam"

Parody Written by:

Too Rich Olson

The Lyrics

1) If everybody had a guitar or a mandolin
then ever'body'd be a pickin' from Bristol to Berlin.
They'd be schleppin' their banjos
or a dog house bass
they'd be pickin' and jammin'
all over the place.

Flat pickin' in Bridgeport - and in Tor-ring-ton
Scruggs rollin' in Ridgefield - and in New Lon-don
Slide Dobro in Norwich - and in Co-ven-try
They'd be jammin' the Bluegrass
just like you and me.

2) Oh, little wife and family, please may I go;
It's such a sight to see someone play Dobro.
I want to hear a fiddle, I want to pick some too.
And I'll come straight home, when the jam is through.

Flat pickin' in Windsor (Plainville)
and in Mer-i-den (Middletown)
Scruggs pickin' in Fairfield (Bolton)
and in New Bri-tain (Madison)
Pickin' Dobro in Vernon (Cheshire)
and in Dan-bear-EEE (Jewitt City)
Ever'body'd be a jammin'
just like you and me.

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