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Song Parodies -> "Corona, Corona"

Original Song Title:

"Corinna, Corinna"

Original Performer:

Bob Dylan

Parody Song Title:

"Corona, Corona"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

Corona, Corona,
why are you here so long?
Corona, Corona,
you’re treatin’ the world wrong.
You are drivin’ the people crazy…
’nuff to spoof this song.

Just email epistles
for communicating.
Alone I whistle;
no one hears anything.
Those who haven’t got Corona,
are all sheltering.

Corona, Corona,
worse than flu of swine.
Corona, Corona,
’round in every clime.
Which day it is, is kinda hazy:
I have lost all track of time.

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Dee Range - March 30, 2020 - Report this comment
Diggin' Deep In the Dylan Discography. Love it! Most on this site weren't born when he wrote this. I see you are still going strong, John. Awesome

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