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Song Parodies -> "Lamb ’Ho’!"

Original Song Title:

"Land Ho!"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Lamb ’Ho’!"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

One of my parodies of the 11 songs on the "Morrison Hotel" album.
Shepherds are like jailors…a PENitentiary.
But this one is a failure, one charge is running free.
She’s carousing with some wayward and non-saturnine rams.
His flock is quite shipshape, except for this one lamb.

Its actions, disgraceful! And bordering on vile:
It seeks out swinging pipe and is flagrant in its style.
It is shunned by its prim sisters, who loathe its liberty.
“Wrong, this love!” They baaaa with breath that don’t smell heavenly.

This lamb’s had sex with sixteen rams;
astray she has them led.
They stand at mast, craving some mo’.
The sisters loudly said:
“Lamb ’ho’!!”

Then they kvetch: “This lamb is making us ill;
we can only hope that she’s on the pill.
With this clutch of rams she is gonna swive…
guess her estrus is in overdrive.”

While at night they are a slumber crew,
she acts like a merry ewe will ensue…year or two.
Not right!
"Lamb ’ho’."

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