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Song Parodies -> "The Ballad of Watson & Crick"

Original Song Title:

"Ballad of the Beverly Hillbillies"

Original Performer:

Flat & Scruggs

Parody Song Title:

"The Ballad of Watson & Crick"

Parody Written by:

Wild Man

The Lyrics

I wrote this one to teach my kid biology.
Let me tell you all a story bout Watson & Crick
One guy's a Yankee, The other one a Britt.
Then one day while working at the School
up came a thought that was a break through.
(Cambridge that is, You Know -University)

The next thing you know, old Crick and all the boys
went to the lab, with a bunch of tinker toys
Watson said "You know a double helix is what it otta be"
So they played nucleic acid, like it was a symphony.
( DNA that is, gene pools, biochemisty stars )

The next thing you know , they one the Nobel Prize.
The other science gurus, could not believe their eyes.
Then pair then decided , it was heaven sent
got a box of legos, to see what they could invent.

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