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Song Parodies -> "In the Punafore (reprise)"

Original Song Title:

"On the Pinafore (reprise)"

Original Performer:

Gilbert and Sullivan

Parody Song Title:

"In the Punafore (reprise)"

Parody Written by:

Rick Duncan

The Lyrics

This is from a complete parody of "The H.M.S. Pinafore". The concept is the whole thing takes place in a bar like "Cheers" And Yes, it took a lot of beer to write it.
Sir Hoseoff is now here
He's concerned about finances
So let's hope he lends an ear
To our Captains' songs and dances
Can't fail, can't fail to show the man
That we will make no trouble
Though sober, sober people can
Be somewhat re-li-able

We are lager-guzzling men
And there's one thing we hold de-ar
This pub must stay open
It's the only place with bee-ar

Rowdy men-folk
Can't take a joke
Or get used to
Drinking just Coke

Always staring
Always swearing
Every night it's
Quite overbearing

You feel you're God's gift to men
You all think you are a ten

Drinking might'ly
So unsightly
Slobbering so
(Sing duet just like in original)

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