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Also known as: Dave Thomas/Rick Moranis. Submitted by: funny
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Song & Band Name
|"Jet Airliner," Steve Miller Band||"Take Off," Bob & Doug McKenzie|
|"The Runway," The Grass Roots||"Take Off," Bob & Doug McKenzie|
|"Bye Bye Love," The Cars||"Take Off," Bob & Doug McKenzie|
|"Should I Stay Or Should I Go?," The Clash||"Take Off," Bob & Doug McKenzie|
|There are additional songs titles that answer other songs available.|
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Bob & Doug McKenzie
|Take Off Those Shoes||Alina|
"The 12 Days Of Christmas (A Beer In A Tree)"
Six packs of two folk
Five golden tokes
Four pounds of backache
And three French toes
And a beard in a tree.
Six packs of two-four
Five golden touques
Four pounds of backbacon
Three French toast
And a beer in a tree.
"12 Days of Christmas"
The Funny Lyrics:
Bob: On the first day of Christmas, my true love gave to me, A beer. (on my tree)
Doug: On the second day of Christmas, my true love gave to me, Two turtle-necks
Bob: And a beer.
Why They're Funny:
The guys go on and on, with 'three french toast', 'four pounds of back-bacon', 'five golden toques' (a Canadian winter hat), 'six packs of two-four' (a 24 case of beer), 'seven packs of smokes', 'eight comic books', then they go on to argue about where donuts fit in (and hence don't get to days nine through twelve). Quite a funny Canadian Christmas song!
Submitted by: Calop