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Song Parodies -> "Outré Memes"

Original Song Title:


Original Performer:

Lovin' Spoonful

Parody Song Title:

"Outré Memes"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

What a day for outré memes,
a day for outré memes to deploy.
I’m lost in the outré memes,
dreaming about bunk unalloyed.

I'm wastin’ my time but sure enjoy the ride;
I stay in all day and never venture outside.
I'm blowin’ the day, but I am havin’ so much fun.
The truth I can't face, I wallow in what’s Web-spawned.

I ain’t havin’ no tweet schemes—
I’m just memin’ throughout the entire day.
With Twitter I cannot tweet reams…
Restricted by the minimal-runes way.

I realize time has passed me by. A lot!
I couldn’t care less, I’m never givin’ it a thought.
Instead I am concentrating on this download,
which I’ll metamorphose to a creepy upload.

And you can be sure I’ll be at it all night,
outré memes I’ll stream beyond the morning light.
I rarely have breakfast, I am stayin’ right here,
where I’ll be outré memin’, gettin’ chapped on my rear.

Night and day it’s outré memes;
after I read them they are deployed
I'm endorsing these cray memes
For my friends after I’ve enjoyed

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