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Song Parodies -> "Good Day Moonshine"

Original Song Title:

"Good Day Sunshine"

Original Performer:

The Beatles

Parody Song Title:

"Good Day Moonshine"

Parody Written by:

Evan L. Heller

The Lyrics

Good day moonshine! Good day moonshine! Good day moonshine!

I need a drink
'Cause I'm a drunken lout.
I've got something I can smile about.

Found this place...
A tiny wooden shed
Filled with spirits to mess up my head.

Good day moonshine! Good day moonshine! Good day moonshine!

I take a walk,
My head is spinnin' 'round.
I see stars as it impacts the grou-ou-ound.

(piano break)

Good day moonshine! Good day moonshine! Good day moonshine!

When I awoke
Beneath a shady tree,
That wooden shed was right there calling me.

The alcohol...
It tasted really good.
How could I know it was made from wood?

Good day moonshine! Good day moonshine! Good day moonshine!

Good day moonshine! Goodnight sunshine! Goodbye eyesight!

Good day moonshine!
Good day moonshine!
Good day moonshine!
Good day moonshine! {fade}

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