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Song Parodies -> "I Wear Tighty Whities"

Original Song Title:

"Theme from "The High and the Mighty""

Original Performer:

Dimitri Tiomkin

Parody Song Title:

"I Wear Tighty Whities"

Parody Written by:

King Of Fuh

The Lyrics

John Wayne's character singing (instead of whistling it, as he does in the movie) my version of the theme from the original airplane disaster flick, 1954's "The High and the Mighty," with Wayne as the co-pilot and Robert Stack as the nervous pilot who loses his cool when the plane develops engine trouble during the long flight from Honolulu to San Francisco.
I wear tighty whities 'cause they fit much better than boxer shorts
When you're sitting for hours and hours, flying across the sea

I wear tighty whities, if the plane should ditch it would be a bitch
Swimming nude in a choppy sea with a stewardess next to me

Speedos change things, rearrange things
Oh, the pain brings misery so

I wear tighty whities, but I do not think that the pilot cares
What he wears 'cause he has no balls
He's climbing the walls 'cause he has no balls!!!!

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