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Song Parodies -> "The Ballad Of The Bluegrass Jam"

Original Song Title:

"The Ballad Of Jed Clampett"

Original Performer:

Lester Flatt & Earl Scruggs

Parody Song Title:

"The Ballad Of The Bluegrass Jam"

Parody Written by:

Too Rich Olson

The Lyrics

Y'all come.
Come listen to me buddies, 'bout the Bluegrass Jam.
No matter if you're shy or a great big ham.
Every other Wednesday you can bring your ax
You can pick and grin and just relax.

Kickin' back
Chillin' out
Havin' fun

It don't really matter if you're fingerpickin' good
If you like Bluegrass music, and I think you should
Just grab your instrument and come on down
We pick and sing when the sun goes down.

Gospel tunes
Old favorites

If you ever wonder 'bout the Old Folks At Home
or you think you're fairly good on the Bluegrass comb
If you like Amazing Grace or Impressing Sally Anne
Then y'all come and see us whenever you can.

Keepin' fit

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