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Song Parodies -> "Adolf the Red Ass Monkey"

Original Song Title:

"Rudolf the Red Nosed Reindeer"

Original Performer:

Gene Autry

Parody Song Title:

"Adolf the Red Ass Monkey"

Parody Written by:

Lionel Mertens

The Lyrics

You know Dasher and Dancer
And Prancer and Vixen
Comet and Cupid
And Donor and Blitzen
But duties evolved
For the most shameless primate of all

Adolf the red ass monkey
Scratched his rosy hiene gross
And if you ever watched him
You wished he'd donned some clothes

All of the other primates
Used thier crap to pelt his cage
They always made poor Adolf
Go into a primate rage

Then one balmy christmas eve
Santa made his day
Adolf with my butt so wide
Won't you guide my chimney slides

Then all the primates loathed him
As they shouted out you creep
Adolf the Red ass monkey
Your north pole's new chimney sweep

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Pacing: 4.2
How Funny: 4.3
Overall Rating: 4.2

Total Votes: 11

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QC79 - November 30, 2004 - Report this comment
Agrimorfee - December 01, 2004 - Report this comment
How childish. But I laughed in spite of myself. 555

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