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Song Parodies -> "Sniff It up Snout"

Original Song Title:

"Fiddle About"

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Original Performer:

Who

Parody Song Title:

"Sniff It up Snout"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics


I’m whore dimwit, bungling jerkoff—
greatly helped to kick this scourge off,
as I fiddled in rout
fiddled in rout,
fiddled about.

I hate it when the wise remind you:
’cause of me, your time might be due.
Fiddled in rout,
bringing on rout,
nitwit and lout,
snivel and pout.

So many dead folks,
so many I’ve hurt,
fiddling in rout,
fiddling in rout,
dipsh*t and lout,
killing-’em lout.

Child, I pout as facts folks call me out…
quibble and pout,
fiddled in rout,
fiddle in rout,
sniffing-speed snout,
sniff it up snout.

Fiddle,
diddle,
piddle,
snivel,
drivel,
dribble,
sh*t-full,
wits-nul,
wigged skull,
’bezzle,
evil,
sleazeful,
weasel,
’ceitful….




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