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Song Parodies -> "Tattletales on the Politically Incorrect"

Original Song Title:

"Battle Hymn of the Republic"

Original Performer:

Julia Ward Howe

Parody Song Title:

"Tattletales on the Politically Incorrect"

Parody Written by:

Tim Mayfield

The Lyrics

When hunting season opens
Laurie packs the 4X4
She is heading out to get them
Just like seven times before
They will never have a sporting chance
She's got a Labrador
And the hunt goes on and on

Laurie, Laurie
How'd you do that?
Laurie, Laurie
Shot a polecat
Laurie, Laurie
Knows where they're at
Whether moose is in marsh or pond

And as the day progresses
I guess she's getting bored
For she heads back to the campsite
And her ammunition hoard
She gets a Smith & Wesson
Whose barrel's been re-bored
And the hunting goes on till dawn

Laurie, Laurie
Where'd you get that?
Laurie, Laurie
Jumpin' Jehoshaphat!
Laurie, Laurie
And the elk don't move no more

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