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Song Parodies -> "Sad, Tragic Wolfman"

Original Song Title:

"Black Magic Woman"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Sad, Tragic Wolfman"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

He’s just a sad, tragic wolfman,
An ugly sad, tragic wolfman.
Yes, he’s just a sad, tragic wolfman;
He’s in a bind, as we can see.
This ugly sad, tragic wolfman
Got a bite, and now he never can be free.

Still—don’t go out gatless, baby
Or you will be hapless, baby,
No, don’t go out if gatless, baby,
And make sure, when the trigger clicks
That you have in that gat, baby,
Scintillating slugs to do the trick.

Or there’ll be hell to pay, baby,
Yes, there’ll be hell to pay, baby;
Be sure those shells are silver, baby,
When you’re departing alone.
You’ll need them so bad. . .
Tragic wolfman will rip you to the bone.

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Total Votes: 2

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Old Man Ribber - October 18, 2011 - Report this comment
JAB - Here was the genius of Lon Jr. (actually Creighton Chaney). He could always make you feel sorry for his character. ;D

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