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Song Parodies -> "Hello, Ernie"

Original Song Title:

"Hello, Darlin'"

Original Performer:

Conway Twitty

Parody Song Title:

"Hello, Ernie"

Parody Written by:

Darius Whitehead

The Lyrics

Requested By Ernest Jay Patterson And Martin Allen McRichardson.
Hello, Ernie.
Nice To See You.
It's Been A Long Time,
You're Just As Friendly,
As You Used To Be.

How's Your Rubber Duck?
Are You Laughing?
Hope You're Doing Fine,
Just To See You,
Makes Me So Happy.

What's That, Ernie?
How Am I Doing?
Yes, I'm Doing Alright,
Except I Miss You,
And I Feed The Birds Too Long.

What I'm Trying To Say Is,
You're My Buddy,
And My Best Friend,
And I'm So Sorry That We Can't Get Along.

Look Out, Ernie,
Let Me Help You,
Just For This Friendship,
Let Me Save You,
From This Monster One Time.

Thank You, Ernie.
You're My Best Friend,
And You're Also The Best,
You Love To Trick Me,
With Your Pranks You Seem To Like.

Goodbye, Ernie.
I've Got To Go Now,
Gotta Try To Find A Way,
To Tell Your Friends That,
We Old Buddies Can't Just Stay Two.

And If You Should Ever Find Another Friend To,
Don't Mind Me, If You Come Back, Ernie,
I'll Be Waiting For You.
(c) Darius Kamron Whitehead Studios/Jim Henson Interactive LeapFrog Pictures.

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