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Song Parodies -> "April Fool!"

Original Song Title:

"Lazy Days"

Original Performer:

Spanky and Our Gang

Parody Song Title:

"April Fool!"

Parody Written by:


The Lyrics

"Read my lips - no more taxes." - George H.W. Bush
Springtime, sunshine - what a day to bask outside in the warmth
Income tax time! Gotta stay inside and finish those forms.
It's a time for picking daisies, watching birds up in the sky
Instead I'm going crazy and straining my eyes!

April fool! What happened to halcyon days?
April fool! My income's flying away -
To the IRS ( financial distress )
A predicament ( getting me in debt )
April fool! April's cruel, April fool to me and you.

Tax time deadline - gotta rush and send it registered mail
Postmark fore dark otherwise I might be going to jail.
Beware the ides of April,
get those forms done right away
And if you make a boo boo
Happy Hitler's birthday!

April fool! No time for spring holidays
April fool! Hoping for rebates in May
From the IRS ( keep your fingers crossed )
Maybe next Christmas ( though your dreams be tossed )
April fool! April's cruel - April fool to me and you!

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