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Song Parodies -> "Gunny"

Original Song Title:


Original Performer:

Bobby Hebb

Parody Song Title:


Parody Written by:

Guy DiRito

The Lyrics

Hoo-Rah, USMC
Gunny, everyday with you, my life's a pain
Gunny, your rifle hit me and really bruised my brain
Oh, your dark phase is fun, and the fight days are here
My Gunny one's head's up his rear
Oh, Gunny don't kill your crew, we hate you
Gunny, thank you for the head shine, OK
Gunny, thank you for the shoves you send our way
I hope you trip and fall and fall
Land head first in toilet stall
Gunny what we do, about you?
Gunny, only got two moving parts you see
Gunny, your head and ass can change like one two three
My strife forlorn like in-grown glands
Then a shock transformed by your commands
Gunny, we're so through, with this zoo
Gunny, you made us slide a mile on our face
Gunny, thank you for that scream that goes with rage
you're so stark, your nature's tired
We just can't wait 'til you retire
Gunny, what we do, about you?

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How Funny: 3.7
Overall Rating: 3.7

Total Votes: 3

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