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Song Parodies -> "Burgeons the Sea"

Original Song Title:

"Beyond the Sea"

Original Performer:

Bobby Darin

Parody Song Title:

"Burgeons the Sea"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

Hot air burgeons the sea;
Melts bergs, not glacially.
Inundate sand where you won't stand.
And Kansans might go ocean sailing.

Hot air burgeons the sea
Where sturgeons used to be.
The temp's too high; waters, likewise.
Some sound the alarm: we'll be bailing.

Sandbars sunken so far
This ain't tides made by moon.
The opposite of drought
Will be worse than a monsoon.

The seas will seize the shore,
Seep in the second floor.
Holland will be back under sea.
Planet's plans of man have been failing.

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Pacing: 4.8
How Funny: 4.2
Overall Rating: 4.2

Total Votes: 5

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Paree Dee - March 30, 2006 - Report this comment
Great job, as always !
alvin rhodes - March 30, 2006 - Report this comment
quirky...i like it
John Barry - March 30, 2006 - Report this comment
Thanks, PD, Alvin.
Larry Hensley - March 31, 2006 - Report this comment
Nice one!

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