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Song Parodies -> "Strangest Fruits"

Original Song Title:

"Love Me Do"

Original Performer:

The Beatles

Parody Song Title:

"Strangest Fruits"

Parody Written by:

Robert D. Arndt Jr.

The Lyrics

Strange, strangest fruits
Pitaya laxative, aka "Dragon Fruit"
Forget the juice
The Ugli is a Jamaican brute
Durian is also spiky fruit
But they're all still good (to eat)

Strange, strangest fruits
Carambola called "Starfruit"
Cross section true
Rambutan is funny too
Like pom-poms grew...

Grocery store snubbed
Exotic fruits
Imported some
As healthy, healing consumed

Strange, strangest fruits
Kiwano horned melon C-full
Physalis and Cherimoga too
Then again, there's Miracle Fruit
Turns sour sweet, yes, it's true!

Strange, strangest fruits
What next will they do?
Inventing new
In the lab approved
Israel made a few:
Pomelit, Angel Apple, and Black Tomatoes!

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