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Song Parodies -> "Johnny Edwards"

Original Song Title:

"Johnny Angel"

Original Performer:

Shelley Fabares

Parody Song Title:

"Johnny Edwards"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

Johnny Edwards. . .
The penitentiary?

Johnny Edward had lover
And pretended she didn’t exist;
Maybe he’ll get pen-bended and in there be kissed.
Johnny Edwards didn’t want it
Known that he’s a philandering guy,
So while his wife went through hell
With cancer, he lived a lie.

He was havin’ an affair in those days,
And then, a pregnancy
With his paternity.
Now this fella has got a twatergate:
Was cheating on his mate,
Prison may be the fate
Of Johnny Edwards,
’cause his lovin’,
Maybe hushed up with campaign money?
So we’ll have to wait and see
What will say a grand jury.

He was havin’ an affair in those days,
Like Tony, he don’t see:
Ya got no privacy!
Clueless fellas, each is a rep-robate;
First they pontificate,
Then find themselves in straits.

Now Johnny Edwards’
Brand-new lover
May be named Ray, Bobby, or Ronnie,
And together they will see how love in prison can be.

Johnny Edwards. . .
[Rear] end-penis tenancy.

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2Eagle - June 08, 2011 - Report this comment
Good use of that sappy old song.

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