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Song Parodies -> "Dare You to Moo"

Original Song Title:

"Dare You to Move"

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Parody Song Title:

"Dare You to Moo"

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The Lyrics

A song for all my friends from a farming community. Miss you all!
Welcome to the barnyard
Welcome to subsistence
Look at the deer, look at the deer
Everybody's watching ewes now
Everybody paint a ewe now
Look at the hens, they're on the fence

I dare you to moo, I dare you to moo
I dare you snort out loud like a boar
I dare you to moo, I dare you to moo,
'Cause the piglets are all nappin,
The kittens will all nap on the floor

Welcome to the farmhouse
People give a distance
They see the fear, when bulls become steers,
Over to the troughs they will feed.
Food is made from corn and soybeans, yeah

Maybe the fences are all closing now
All the young bulls wishing they were born cows
Where will they run to escape what's come now
Where they gonna go, where they gonna go
Castration is heeeeeere (voice goes high)
Feel free to sing this version at any karaoke. My brother sang it at a Switchfoot concert once...when he was up front. They didn't like it too much...

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