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Song Parodies -> "Wichita Loin Mam"

Original Song Title:

"Wichita Lineman"

Original Performer:

Glen Campbell

Parody Song Title:

"Wichita Loin Mam"

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The Lyrics

I guess by now, everyone has heard the story of the lady in Wichita, Kansas, (Pam Babcock) who sat on her boyfriend's toilet stool for two years, till her booty had to be surgically removed from the seat
She was a loin mam of Ness county
Stuck two years on the stool
Boyfriend didn't care, left her there just
Like a fool..

Guess when her boyfriend had to potty
He'd just borrow the neighbor's john
'Cause the Wichita Loin Mam
To his, was stuck on..

Could say she took a long vacation
On that stool with a drain
But in two years, a stuck down south
Can cause a lot of pain..

And her boyfriend just forgot her
How'd she get food all that time?
The poor Wichita Loin Mam
Was not doin' fine...

She was the loin mam of Ness county
And Pam was her first name
Wishin' she was Non-stick
Once she played her crazy game..

She could've used a good stool soft'ner
Plus some booze and bottled wine
Guess the Wichita Loin Mam
Was bathroom inclined..

They say she took a long vacation
On that stool with a drain
Her honeymoon was not that night
Yet in there, she remained..

Why would anybody want to
Stay in there for two years time
Now, the boyfriend might get more years
Ignoring's a crime

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alvin - March 18, 2008 - Report this comment
lol...hadn't heard that story but i thoroughly enjoyed your account of it
Stan Hall - March 18, 2008 - Report this comment
Geez .... had to ask Uncle Google about this. A-mazing. Nice reporting, AFW. :-)
littleLoinCakes - March 18, 2008 - Report this comment
L'Air du Farce, ~ Le Duke o"Edge~ . . . This OS is beautiful, but now it will conger up a strange memory o'Toiletry! . . .PS: can you write the companion piece . . . "By the Time I Get to Phoenix"?
Guy - March 18, 2008 - Report this comment
Most original I've seen in quite some time Farce. Sounds like an urban legend BUTT if Stan says Google tells him things I will take his word for it. When I get time I would like to read some on this. Anyone have any keywords to make the search easier. Leave it to you Farce to come up with the crappiest parodies on the site you old dung beetle you. Heh heh, I throughly enjoyed this one sir.

As I was writing this comment I told my better half about it. She says she saw it on Fox fair or balanced news. Mythbusters says they cain't bust this one. Talk about being on a pity pot this whaco lady takes the caked, and I do mean caked - this is no typo. Maybe she'll move from Wichita, Kansas to Waco or Whaco, Texas.
John Barry - March 18, 2008 - Report this comment
Not what I was expecting, but quite funny.
AFW - March 18, 2008 - Report this comment
Thanks, alvin
And thanks, Stan..I really thought more would have heard of this weird news tale
Thanks, LLC..Check search, I have done a couple other parodies to "Phoenix"
And thanks, Guy..good comment puns
And thanks, John...I think I know what you were expecting

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