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Song Parodies -> "These Birds!"

Original Song Title:

"Free Bird"

Original Performer:

Lynyrd Skynyrd

Parody Song Title:

"These Birds!"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

There is grief here, and sorrow
about the avian spree.
Four folk will travel out now
to a city that sits by the western sea.
One of them’s just a little girl;
one has been pecked, mauled, and maimed.
They’ll be free of this bird town.
Those awful birds were deranged
for sure, oh yeah!
Those goddam birds were deranged!!
Those f*cking birds were deranged!!
For sure they’re deranged.

“Bye-bye, crazy town!” they say and shove
off, seeking scenery change
from this malicious malady.
The whole thing was insane.
In a cage are a boy and girl
Love Bird pair—they’re pretty tame,
unlike the creep birds ’round
town that were acting so strange.

Go, go, go, go, go!

Leave the birds behind; birdbrains
are the nerds who would remain
in town that’s been maimed
with birds that ain’t tamed.
That’s just insane!
Say “goodbye” to these birds.

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