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Song Parodies -> "I Left Dry Fart in San Francisco"

Original Song Title:

"I Left My Heart in San Francisco"

Original Performer:

Frank Sinatra

Parody Song Title:

"I Left Dry Fart in San Francisco"

Parody Written by:

Barry J. Mitchel

The Lyrics

Once again California is saving the world, this time from global warming, by capping greenhouse gases. Since methane is much worse than carbon dioxide, it won't be long before cities such as Berkeley, Oakland and SF ban certain mammalian emissions. I apologize for using an eschatological term to make my point. See for the original lyrics.
The lovely air of Paris steams diesel vapors gray;
The glory that was Rome's washed by acid away,
I've seen terrible exhaust fumes soar rotten in Manhattan.
I'll go to roam in tri-city, bi-trans-gay.

I left dry fart in San Francisco; upon a still and falling breeze;
In town that carbon compounds bars, floats halfway to the stars.
My morning jog may fill the air; I won't spare.
If cop waits there; I cannot risk offensively breaking wind, you see.
Then I'll come home from you, San Francisco, emboldened once more to fart free.
If you sing this in public and people drop money, keep it; but drop a note to me at .

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2Eagle - March 15, 2008 - Report this comment
The question with no answer: If a man farts in El Segundo does it smell?
Barry J. Mitchel - March 15, 2008 - Report this comment
Oops, I meant scatological (both terms refer to final things, but in different ways)

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