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Song Parodies -> "Lady Luck"

Original Song Title:


Original Performer:

The Beatles

Parody Song Title:

"Lady Luck"

Parody Written by:

Lionel Mertens

The Lyrics

Lady Luck
Must be riding in my pickup truck
Just got off shooting a six point buck
Oh, dontcha leave, Miss Lady Luck

I jump out to bag my new trophy
When Game Wardens train red dots on me
Oh, Lady Luck left hurriedly

Chiding they approach
"You just poached, a decoy buck!"
Goodbye, venison
Deerrequins and Lady Luck

Lady Luck
Failed to appear when the gavel struck
And the judge fined me a pretty buck
Oh, I was peeved, at Lady Luck

Why she didn't show
I suppose - I'm just a schmuck
Shoulda poached an egg
I got pegged - NO! - Lady Luck

Lady Luck
Might show her pretty face, if you're stuck
But don't count on her - run-ning amuck
Don't, misperceive, Miss Lady Luck

Mmm... mmm... mmm... mmm... mmm... mmm... mmm....

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Dave W - November 21, 2020 - Report this comment
Lady Luck is fickle and she sure gave me a tickle.....LOL

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