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Song Parodies -> "Froggy Maze"

Original Song Title:

"Purple Haze"

Original Performer:

Jimi Hendrix

Parody Song Title:

"Froggy Maze"

Parody Written by:

Darius Whitehead

The Lyrics

Leap was in the Medieval Maze on Reading, Writing & Math (Pre-K to 1st Grade) for the LeapPad Plus Writing Learning System. A few days later, Mexican Puppy decides to call it "Froggy Maze" instead. This is how it goes...
[Verse 1]
Froggy maze into the tower,
See a king in this finest hour.
Ah, the castle, all the paintings torn,
A singer rides his unicorn.

[Verse 2]
Froggy maze, on the ground.
Don't think anybody hears the sound.
Find the princess in the garden of green,
Why did the horse get chased by the mighty king?
Save him, help him.
Mouse, come help.

[Guitar Solo]

[Verse 3]
Whoa! Froggy maze, into the book,
Searching everywhere I look.
They've got the dragon on this old maze,
Do we play along, or wait till next Monday?

Leap, tell him,
Leap, in the froggy maze.
Oh, save us,
Come join us,
Save them, save them.
Can't be stuck in here,
They live in this old maze,
Whoa, whoa, whoa...
Whoa, the froggy maze.

We'd be stuck in the medieval frog maze by now. Always.
(C) Darius Studios.

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Agrimorfee - September 17, 2019 - Report this comment
The pacing, near-rhymes and the totally substituted rhymes were very well done!

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