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Song Parodies -> "Joan Rivers"

Original Song Title:

"Moon River"

Original Performer:

Louis Armstrong

Parody Song Title:

"Joan Rivers"

Parody Written by:

Dominic L.

The Lyrics

Joan Rivers' face is stretched a mile,
Afraid it's out of style today.
No aged wrinkles, no brow crinkles.
Whatever she is showin', emotion's not it.
Tears may drop, mouth won't change at all.
Not much will project hurt or pain.
A mask-- her new face.
It won't end, she wants her nose to bend;
A plastic surgeon's friend.
Joan Rivers looks... ew...

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Timmy1000 - June 15, 2009 - Report this comment
My thoughts exactly whenever I see her on TV - will her skin soon be stretched on top of her hair in back?
UnKnownVotress - June 16, 2009 - Report this comment
Hey, this Dame looks great after living 70 years!! and she can talk . . . She & Burt R were JohnnyC's best fill-in hosts!!

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