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Song Parodies -> "Wolverton Mountain"

Original Song Title:

"Wolverton Mountain"

Original Performer:

Claude King

Parody Song Title:

"Wolverton Mountain"

Parody Written by:

Stan Hall

The Lyrics

If this parody is a turkey, at least it's a Butterball®. :-)
They say don’t go
on Wolverton Mountain
’less you’re lookin’ for a wife
’cause Clifton Clower’s
got a middle-aged daughter
he’ll say can be
your own for life.

No slender hips …
she’s meaty and brawny.
On Wolverton Mountain,
that’s sexy fare?
“Don’t care wha’cha heard,”
yells Clifton Clower,
“she ain’t mangy,
just misused Nair®.”

Swallowin’ cream tarts
beyond all countin’
by now has got her
porcine, pound-rife.
Size eighty pants is
her heine floutin’,
ol’ Missy Clowers’
waistbands know strife.

No slender hips …
she’s meaty not scrawny.
On Wolverton Mountain,
that’s sexy fare?
“Ain’t fair wha’cha heard,”
yells Clifton Clowers,
“sh’ ain’t ungainly,
jes’ not too spare.”

By growin’ up
on Wolverton Mountain,
eatin’ sloe-plums,
and downin’ dough
she just got wide.
Her backside's gotta
run at least one
ton a bun or so.

No slender hips …
Petite? That’s funny!
On Wolverton Mountain,
that’s sexy fare?
“Ain’t fair wha’cha heard,”
yells Clifton Clowers,
“’tain't germane she's
is shaped like a pear!”

I’d beware o’ that Clifton Clowers,
wouldn’t spend time up on that mountain
don’t wanna take no two-ton lover
don’t wanna marry Missy Clowers
ain’t gonna climb up on that mountain
don’t wanna take no two-ton lover …

[repeat last lines, fading]
© Stan Hall 12/10/2008

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alvin - December 11, 2008 - Report this comment
lol....a lovely depiction of country life....especially liked 'ton a bun'
Invisible Boy - December 11, 2008 - Report this comment
"ton a bun" made me chuckle as well as did "just misused Nair®"
Maybe she's a big girl but I bet she's got a great personality
HerTenderHips - December 11, 2008 - Report this comment
delight so mannnnnny . . . . It's improving, Sir !
Stan - December 11, 2008 - Report this comment
Thanks, gang ... WM was moved from AR to TN fro this version, its inspiration having been a memory of the "I Love Lucy" episode featuring "Teensy and Weensy." :-)
John Barry - December 12, 2008 - Report this comment
Nice revisionist take on the OS
alvin - December 12, 2008 - Report this comment
lol...i remember teeny and weensy
Stan - December 12, 2008 - Report this comment
JAB -- thanks!
Alvin -- Those old "I Love Lucy" episodes still crack me up. The consensus seems to be that the funniest bit ever was Lucy's "Vitameatavegenmin" ad, but my personal favorite in the funniness derby is when Ricky brings home WiIliam Holden and Lucy is trying not to be recognized as the ditz he'd encountered earlier while lunching at the Brown Derby. My ribs ache just thinking about her setting her elongated putty nose on fire, then dousing it in her coffee. :-)
Meriadoc - December 12, 2008 - Report this comment
Yes, the Nair line was excellent.

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