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Song Parodies -> "Frogtable Family"

Original Song Title:

"Come Together"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Frogtable Family"

Parody Written by:

Darius Whitehead

The Lyrics

Requested By Jeremy Sonic Frogtable And The Frogtable Family
[Verse 1: Jeremy]
Here Come Ol' Frog Man, He Come Leaping On Lily,
He Got 2-2 Frog Legs, He One Swampy Silly.
He Got Black Hair, And His Moustache,
Got To Be A Quacker, He Just Love How He Smash.

[Verse 2: Franklin]
He Have No Hound Dog, He Got All The Good Fads,
He Got Ninety Football, He Play Leaping LeapPad.
He Say, "J Leap You, You Leap J".
One Thing I Will Think Of Is You've Got To Be Stay.

[Chorus: Frogtable Family]
Frogtable Family, Said You,
Were The Beat.

[Verse 3: Lilian]
He Yogi Kickback, He Got Drawing Target,
He Got Lillian Harvey, He One Happy Froggit,
He Got Beatin' Down To The Tree,
Put It In The Mailbox, You Can Mail To Abu Dhabi.

[Chorus: Frogtable Family]
Frogtable Family, Said You,
Were The Beat.

[Verse 4: Kumi]
He Idle Fighter, He Went Fighting Villains,
He Got Naughty Santa, He One Nintendo User,
He Say, "Frog And Frog And Frog Is Bear".
Got To Be The Training Cause He So Silly SQUEAK.

[Chorus: Frogtable Family]
Frogtable Family, Said You,
Were The Beat.

[Outro: Frogtable Family]
Frogtable Family.
Frogtable Family.
Frogtable Family. Woooooo!
Frogtable Family...
Frogtable Family, RIBBIT!
(C) Darius Kamron Whitehead Studios/Jim Henson Interactive LeapFrog Pictures LPDC Television Network.

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Overall Rating: 4.0

Total Votes: 4

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Ernest - April 15, 2019 - Report this comment
I understand that you are only 18... but for Christ's Sake... be accurate... NO it's NOT a Dirty Song... But Aerosmith COVERED the song in 1978 (for the soundtrack to a movie called.... Wait for it... Sgt Pepper's Lonely Heart's Club Band... Damn Didn't the BEATLES release an Album by THAT VERY SAME NAME)... a FULL NINE Years AFTER Lennon/McCartney Wrote/Recorded AND Released it on ABBEY ROAD in 1969 !!!
Darius Whitehead - April 15, 2019 - Report this comment
For Pete's sake, Ernest, my song might be weird, however it's a request by Jeremy Sonic Frogtable and the Frogtable Family. I know you don't recognize my characters, but please don't forget about Jeremy's other Frogtable Family like Franklin Mario Frogtable, Lilian Frogtable, Kumi Frogtable, and Norman Frogtable. (yes, I understand that John Lennon and Paul McCartney both wrote the song in Abbey Road back in 1969, you don't have to tell me about it.) I absolutely understand that you're giving me an Aerosmith soundtrack from 1978 to a movie called Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Heart's Club Band, but please try to explain more on that.
Truth Be Told - April 15, 2019 - Report this comment
it doesn't matter what cover version he is writing the parody from, so he can use Aerosmith. If he was writing from the Beatles original, he would enter "The Beatles". If he was writing from the Beat Bugs' kiddie cover version (where they replace "he shoot coca cola" and "feel his disease" with innocuous "umm umm umm"s!), he would enter "Beat Bugs".
Darius Whitehead - May 07, 2019 - Report this comment
We know about that. Hey, what about The Beatboxers where they replace the lyrics with sick beats?

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