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Song Parodies -> "Woe! Lob’some Me"

Original Song Title:

"Oh Lonesome Me"

Original Performer:

Don Gibson

Parody Song Title:

"Woe! Lob’some Me"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

One night I went walkin’, out for jokes and fun.
What did I view that rapidly through oaks did run?
Looked a lot like the spawn of Lon Chaney.
No!! lob’some, he.

I bad mistake I had made traipsin’ outside town;
On my nape and waist the strange beast was chowin’ down.
When I came to I viewed lycanthropy.
Woe! Lob’some me.

So now when it’s the P.M., I’m out runnin’ free;
Police and priests plead, “Please sound the alarms.
Because there’s a lobo mixed with sapiens, homo
Who’s out there and might well impound your arms!”

So I suggest, at night when you snooze, lock up or lose
Your life, or join me in a loping moonlight cruise.
I jog and sever things like arteries.
Oh, lopesome me,
So lob’some, me.

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Old Man Ribber - October 18, 2011 - Report this comment
JAB - A full frontal LOBotomy! Cheers! ;D

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