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Song Parodies -> "Took a Dump by the Side of the Road"

Original Song Title:

"By the Light of the Silvery Moon"

Original Performer:

Doris Day

Parody Song Title:

"Took a Dump by the Side of the Road"

Parody Written by:

Rick Duncan

The Lyrics

Sometimes inspiration strikes in the strangest places
Took a dump by the side of the road
I dropped a load
I just couldn't find a commode
By the road, was a brownie that showed
That sweet relief came from beneaf
And some urine was flowed
By the side of the road

Place-park-scene-dark
My big ass is squattin' by the trees
Then-blast-just-gas
Then a rank aroma on the breeze
Last-one-there-done
What a log! I guess I won't explode
Oh cripes, no wipes
Way out here, the side of the road

Took a crap by the side of the road
I dropped a load
I just couldn't find a commode
By the road, was a brownie that showed
That sweet relief came from beneaf
And some urine was flowed
By the side of the road

No. 2- smell-phew!
Roses wilting all around the place
Nose-hurt-no dirt
Sheriff with a solemn looking face
Flash-light-no flight
Sheriff: you are now under arrest
Slammed rough-hand cuff
Now I am in county nest

Said the judge: You made illegal fudge
By the side of the road, from your buns to the road
This episode, you toad, broke code
Cost you money, a load, for load
Funny ode, funny ode, funny ode
But you oughta have knowed
That sweet relief, has caused you grief
So don't leave a big load
By the side of the road
The side of the road


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Adagio - February 21, 2007 - Report this comment
It was a gross subject at first, then got funny when the judge spoke. : ) 5's
Phil Alexander - February 21, 2007 - Report this comment
I only remember Laurel and Hardy's version of this song... it might work even better with the pair of them singing (and finishing off "Well, that's another fine mess...")
crazy8snake - February 22, 2007 - Report this comment
Here's 5 sheets of T.P.
Jonathan S. - March 09, 2007 - Report this comment
I don't think I ever heard the original (sorry), and I coulda done without the use of "s***", "cripes", and "a**", but the lyrics still made me laugh so hard that I cried! Seriously, I was laughin' THAT hard!
It just hit the Jona-FAN S. - May 22, 2007 - Report this comment
Just thought I'd make a point that I especially enjoyed your intentionally wacky grammar (oughta have knowed; beneaf? LOLOLOLOL!) What seperates this from poomaster's "work" is that he trots out all the sordid, gratuitous details; you don't. Plus, his stuff is all about the act of going; yours just talks a little about that, but THEN goes on to the part about gettin' arrested. If poomaster wasn't so beyond mental help, I'd say he could learn something from you.
Rick D - May 23, 2007 - Report this comment
I'm willing to bet the Poomaster is a LOT younger than me. He'll learn. I'm glad this one hit the Jona-FAN. Thanks

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