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Song Parodies -> "Go-Down Dunce Pruitt"

Original Song Title:

"The Sound Of Music"

Original Performer:

Sound Of Music

Parody Song Title:

"Go-Down Dunce Pruitt"

Parody Written by:

Auntie Trohl

The Lyrics

The hills are defiled by go-down slut Pruitt
The Kochs grab his ears, guide him to their piers
Fine lands he would kill the coal clown slut Pruitt
He would take us back to the bad old years
He'd start by wasting many things like the birds
He’d poison the lakes, take the trees
Living the high life is this slimy guy
Who's keeping his palms greased
He's a common crook, that's why his gig ain't over
He will say
Just one more slime blight whose huge ego is on full display
This prostitute shill is a crooked crony
In the swamp that is filled with swill galore
Any ass he'll kiss, the go-down dunce Pruitt
The defilers' whore

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