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Song Parodies -> "Duck"

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Original Performer:

Adam Lambert

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Parody Written by:

Below Average Dave

The Lyrics

So sick of human innovation
Each day we find new degradation
The human race has got no patience
They're full of hate and segregation

I've not nothing to say
I will not lie
I want to quack
I want to fly
But not to be eaten

Won't wear no shorts
Eat to survive
avoid airports
don't need a ride
Will this ever happen?

I wanna be a duck
Duck duck
Want a nice big beak
Duck duck duck
Please do not kick me
Some humans are judging on looks 'cause they are shallow
That is why I want a tail and to be yellow

Yellow, Yellow
I want to be Yellow
Yellow Yellow
Please God, make me yellow

Those who know are always teasing
They laugh at all my quacky reasons
They ask if I migrate each season
but they can't help it that they're heathens

No I won't need no pay
Clothes for my hide
Won't need a house
will not need pride
PETA would be my friend

Live on the shore
Do a nose dive
Water feels good
Feathers are light
I'm no ugly duckling!

Yes soon you'll hear me quack
quack quack
Cast a spell on me
Quack, quack, quack
Give me some webbed feet
Everyone is trying to be cool, following flows
The real secret to that is-forget all that you know

you know, you know
Your knowledge is loco
loco, loco
Now please make me yellow

I won't need Sears
and no electronics
Though I could do without ticks
still want to be a

Duck, Duck
Duck Duck
I'd be so happy

In this twisted game of life, one blink and you're too slow
but if I were just a duck, then time is all I'd Know

I'd know, I'd know
Be one lucky fellow
fellow, fellow
I want to be yellow

Ducky Me, I see a tail start to form
Ducky Me, I see a tail start to form

Duck, Duck, Goose
Duck, Duck, Goooose

Quaaaaaaaaack, oooooooohh
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Pacing: 4.7
How Funny: 4.4
Overall Rating: 4.6

Total Votes: 7

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Old Man Ribber - November 10, 2010 - Report this comment
What The Duck?? Great sentiment and fine parody, Daffy! ;D
Matthias - November 10, 2010 - Report this comment
I would say best parody of the day but that would be an insult to Phil. I can't believe that there's only 2 parodies up today. That's insane! Just like wanting to be a duck.
NorCalVotress - November 10, 2010 - Report this comment
Sir, thinking of migrating over the Winter ? ? ? . . . Oh, those Hollywood Nights, 'High on a Hill', she was lookin' so right . . . it was givin' him chills !
Below Average Dave - November 10, 2010 - Report this comment
Thank you everyone, yeah, crazy light day.
Peter Andersson - November 11, 2010 - Report this comment
Watch out for Huey Lewis and the News, I remember hearing they're on the prowl for a new duck, or was that Weird Al to the same song? He-He! Anyway, I liked this one, you caught me off guard with the first verse when the rhyming didn't match the original's words to your usual standard, but you're following the same rhyme pattern just as good so I'm thinking I'm OK with that (and that you plan to record this with quacking effects, right?) and you get a 455 from me.

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