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Song Parodies -> "Houston"

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Original Performer:

Dean Martin

Parody Song Title:


Parody Written by:

Noguns Shoguns

The Lyrics

Loathsome grotesques in this ’hole town
Every one a crazy clown
Wasted kids, ain’t that a shame!
Is their phony shameless claim

Grotesque wacks in Houston, smooch guns douche scum

Shooting holes in children moves
Them and helps them get into the groove
What will really make their day?
Lotsa people blown away

Grotesque wacks in Houston, douche scum, “Ooooooo! Guns!!”

These spindledick spindlelick freaks are weak
Gun sales make in their pants tiny peaks
Got crooked pols for friends
Then spend big bucks on them

Whore and hacks their douche friends, smooch friends’ poop ends

In their world they love killing sprees
The gun-makers make money
With each other they are all in bed
Their products and pols bought make folks dead

Move the gats, accrue tons of funds, yuge funds

Loathsome grotesques in this ’hole town
Get it up on gunnin’ down
Wasted kids can mean more gain
Post-shoots, sales shoot up…insane

Grotesque jackoff stooge scum, goon bums smooch guns
Grotesque jackoffs smooch guns, pooch tongues douche bums

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