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Song Parodies -> "Swampy River"

Original Song Title:

"Old Folks at Home"

Original Performer:

Traditional

Parody Song Title:

"Swampy River"

Parody Written by:

Doug Montgomery

The Lyrics

Way up below the Swampy River
Far, far away;
I lost my 1920 flivver,
Deep down a quicksand bay.
I'll need four grand for another
Anywhere I roam;
Boy, I'm gonna catch it from my mother,
If I ever get a ride home.
I came up with these lyrics 40 years ago, when I was in junior-high school--and I never even wrote them down.

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