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Song Parodies -> "Corn's Squeezed"

Original Song Title:

"Born Free"

Original Performer:

Andy Williams

Parody Song Title:

"Corn's Squeezed"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

Corn's squeezed, it's squeezed on my big toe,
So squeezed, my teeth gnash so.
Corn's squeezed: I squall when pain starts.

Big squeeze; I need an unbound shoe,
A less tightly wound shoe. . .
Screech time if I step too far.

Stays squeezed unless I untie shoe--
More squeezed than a loan-sharked guy;
To extract I need pry.

Corn's squeezed--tight shoe's unforgivin';
My digit is riven
'cause my corn's squeezed.

Stays squeezed unless I untie shoe.
Though I'm a tough guy, I cry. . .
Wipe that tear from my eye.

Corn's squeezed--tight shoe's off is shivvèd:
My digit is livid.
Goodbye, corn. . .freezed.

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alvin - April 11, 2008 - Report this comment
lol...thought it was gonna be a moonshine parody

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