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Song Parodies -> "Brachiation"

Original Song Title:


Original Performer:

Nat KIng Cole

Parody Song Title:


Parody Written by:

Jeff "Dr Chdate" Moran

The Lyrics

Brachiation by Jeff “Dr Chordate” Moran

It is brachiation, I know.
That is what makes orangutans go
Through the jungle trees with uncommon ease,
From branch to leafy branch, to and fro.

It is adaptation, you see,
For moving through thick jungle trees.
High above the ground, a way of getting ‘round.
Gibbons and siamangs, new world monkeys.

It is exaptation, for sure,
For breakfast and lunch to procure.
No bipedalism, defense mechanism,
Avoiding predators, up in the trees secure.
Copyright 2017 by Jeffrey Moran

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Pacing: 2.2
How Funny: 2.2
Overall Rating: 2.1

Total Votes: 10

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Jeff - January 16, 2017 - Report this comment
In a word- boring.
Harold - January 16, 2017 - Report this comment
Gave me flashbacks of Middle School!
Larry Hensley - January 16, 2017 - Report this comment
Jungle Cat - January 17, 2017 - Report this comment
A sloth-like exercise that proves futile.

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