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Song Parodies -> "Rolling with Laughter"

Original Song Title:

"Smoke On the Water"

Original Performer:

Deep Purple

Parody Song Title:

"Rolling with Laughter"

Parody Written by:

Gary Main

The Lyrics

Sing to: Smoke on the Water

We logged on the homepage
just to check your work and mine
to give songs a different profile
We've just been doin fine
a whole bunch of different authors
had done the best songs around
but some stupid gave em all ones
and cut the scores way way down
Rolling with Laughter, c'mon give it a try!

we cut up every song in the house
made it fit in the same sound
another dude made everyone shout
with a new song that he found
I hope its never over
can't find a better place
a guys hudredth song came out
It looks like he stepped up the pace
Rolling with Laughter, c'mon give it a try!

We changed every song so well
they sing ours instead of theirs
The Rolling Stones got hit so hard they cried
It doesnt seem to fair
With a few new words and the same old tunes
We make those artists sweat
No matter what we get out of this
I know we'll never forget
Rolling with Laughter, c'mon give it a try!

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