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Song Parodies -> "Grazing Lice"

Original Song Title:

"Edelweiss"

Original Performer:

Sound of Music

Parody Song Title:

"Grazing Lice"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

Grazing lice, grazing lice,
in they’re boring to eat me.
Small and white nits soon bite,
with some lotion I’ll treat me.
Caught from some ’ho’ whom I didn’t know—
poon plan wasn’t clever.
Grazing lice for my vice.
Epidermis they sever.

Grazing lice, grains of rice
are much more large, to see ’em.
Small and white nits fox sight;
from my pubes I will free ’em.
Bottle I hold will doom them to bolt
from their pubic nest perch.
Razed the lice, razed the lice.
On my true love I’ll next search.

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Callmelennie - January 20, 2017 - Report this comment
I remember this song. Wasn't it the off-Penthouse musical "The Mound of Pubic" starring Julie Slamdrews?

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