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Song Parodies -> "Creatures That Range"

Original Song Title:

"People Are Strange"

Original Performer:

Doors

Parody Song Title:

"Creatures That Range"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics


Creatures that range at night are strange ones—
faces look wolfy; at moon they moan.
Women are sickened and do not want them.
Keep in their homes until dawn.

They’re so strange…
look like a dog that has mange…
not the same.
In day they’ve a human name,
such as Shane, such as Blaine, such as Duane.

Creatures that range at night are dang’rous
faces look wolfy; at moon they moan.
Women are sickened and do not want them.
Keep in their homes after yawns.

They’re so strange,
faces have been rearranged,
really changed.
At night their acts never wane
till you’re slain, still you’re slain.
Need wolfsbane!!



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