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Song Parodies -> "Paint It Red"

Original Song Title:

"Paint It Black"

Original Performer:

The Rolling Stones

Parody Song Title:

"Paint It Red"

Parody Written by:

Harold Fuccerman

The Lyrics

I see a barn and I want to paint it red
I see a wagon and I want to paint it red
But my stupid mom, she took all my red paint
She said I was going to eat it, but I ain't

I bought some more red paint to paint stuff red
Like Grandpa's glasses they are now red
And my mom's dress has gotten a fresh coat
And also I painted our pet goat

I colored a picture of a heart red
I see my black door and I must have it painted red
Maybe then you'll turn and have to face my dreds
It's not easy painting this much stuff red

No more will the deep sea still be blue
It will be red and seen by me and you
If you look hard enough into the green grass
You'll find it looks rather crass

I see a black door and I want to paint it red
No darkness anymore, I want it to be red
I see the dogs run by with their new collars
I run after them and lose my dollars!

I want to see it all painted red
Red as lava, red as roses
I wanna see the moon fall from the sky
I wanna see it painted, painted, painted, painted red

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Pacing: 2.6
How Funny: 2.6
Overall Rating: 2.6

Total Votes: 5

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 5   2

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