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Song Parodies -> "Franklin's Gone"

Original Song Title:

"Tuesday's Gone"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Lynyrd Skynyrd

Parody Song Title:

"Franklin's Gone"

Parody Written by:

Darius Whitehead

The Lyrics

Terrence James Bradbury Thought Of This Around July 31st, 2017. I Sung This Myself Because Franklin Matthews Left, And So Did Jeremy The Frog Fan. Now They're Frogs, What Do I Do?
[Verse 1: Me]
Frogs, go on, down the path,
Will you please put me on the show?
Now I'm feeling the wind blow, outside my door,
Means I'm, I'm leaving my froggy at home.

[Chorus: Me]
Franklin's gone with the wind,
Now Jeremy's gone with the wind.

[Verse 2: Me]
And I don't know where the director is,
I just want to be the director from now on,
Well, when these frogs end, I'll try again,
But I'm leaving these froggies at home.

[Chorus: Me]
Franklin's gone with the wind,
Franklin's gone with the wind,
Franklin's gone with the wind,
And now Jeremy's gone, with the wind.

[Verse 3: Me]
Frogs, go on. Franklin's gone.
Frogs, go on, to many factories that I've roamed,
See, I'm riding on you on Tuesdays.
Tuesday, you see, Jeremy had to be free,
But somehow I've got to carry on...


[Chorus: Me]
Franklin's gone with the wind,
Franklin's gone with the wind,
Franklin's gone with the wind,
And now Jeremy's gone, with the wind.

[Outro]
Frogs, go on. Oh oh on.
Jeremy is gone. That old frog.
That old frog. Get Ol' Franklin.
That old frog. Oh oh on.
(C) Darius Kamron Whitehead Studios/Jim Henson Interactive LeapFrog Pictures

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