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Song Parodies -> "It Is No Sucret"

Original Song Title:

"It Is No Secret"

Original Performer:

Stuart Hamblen

Parody Song Title:

"It Is No Sucret"

Parody Written by:


The Lyrics

The wads and pods bring out the chews
A dry mouth just won't do
Someone popped a chaw
Was that someone you?

You may have longed for sloppy juice
And lots of spitting, too
Buy yourself a packet,
Tobaccy is for you...

It Is No Sucret
It's Redman Chew
Favored by ballplayers,
And cowboys, too
But, if it's swallowed
Your face turns blue
It Is No Sucret
It's Redman Chew

Big cheeks in sight, on ballgame night
It calms a pitcher's nerves
Helps him throw more curves
Great spit balls he can throw

Used on the range, when cowpokes change
And re-arrange their sex
Just like "Break Back Mountin"
"Tobbacy Mountain's" next

It Is No Sucret
It's Redman Chew
Favored by ballplayers
And cowboys, too
But when it's swallowed
Your face turns blue
It Is No Sucret,
It's Redman Chew

It Is No Sucret
It's Redman Chew..

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alvin rhodes - December 27, 2005 - Report this comment
that was fun to chew on
Red Ant - December 27, 2005 - Report this comment
dktos but good rhyming and funny. I once swallowed a bit of Copenhagen and was violently ill for hours. Never again.
AFW - December 27, 2005 - Report this comment
Thanks, alvin....and thanks,'s an old gospel standard...quite popular in the 60's...and later Elvis recorded it in a gospel album

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