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Song Parodies -> "Mr. Mooch"

Original Song Title:

"Mr. Ed Theme Song"

Original Performer:

Jay Livingston

Parody Song Title:

"Mr. Mooch"

Parody Written by:

Alan Hochbaum

The Lyrics

Divorce is divorce, of course, of course
But she was married to the back of a horse 
And yes, he’s coarse, with no remorse, the famous Mr. Mooch. 

If you want to talk ‘bout intercourse
He'll give you positions that he’d endorse
A clownish Don, a tour de force 
Talk to Mr. Mooch. 

Tony bada’s and bing’s a streak and then tries to downplay
But Mister Mooch, just like his boss, can’t get out of his f-ing way. 

With little remorse, this source of coarse 
Is someone that only one man could endorse
You’ve never seen the back of a horse? 

Well gander at this. 

I am Mister Mooch.

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Pacing: 3.9
How Funny: 3.9
Overall Rating: 3.9

Total Votes: 9

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Peter Andersson - August 02, 2017 - Report this comment
Too bad the swearing cookiesucking son of a donkeyfunker was ousted so fast, or I might finally have found a working subject for Dio's "Shoot Shoot".

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