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Song Parodies -> "Strong Fool Woodman (In A Loch Ness)"

Original Song Title:

"Long Cool Woman (In A Black Dress)"

Original Performer:

The Hollies

Parody Song Title:

"Strong Fool Woodman (In A Loch Ness)"

Parody Written by:


The Lyrics

Here's what happened when two legendary characters ran into each other:
Late last night I saw a clown drown
Swimming for the other side
Getting in Loch Ness is bad man
Stay on terra firma dry

Big scary monster, many have tried
Fooling people, she will do you wrong
If you can haul 'er up you'll be a man
But my boy you should be awfully strong

"You'll make it back alive if you poke out her eyes"
Boomed a voice that matched to his size
He was a strong fool woodman on a mad quest
I think he said his name was Paul
Gonna be trouble in the Loch Ness
'Cause that strong fool woodman came to brawl


I thought that they both were a fable
Then I saw Nessie make that splash
And Bunyan's feet as big as this table, boy
And he's hellbent him and Nessie will clash
Said she's calling to him like a siren
And the big guy like to have his fun
Looked to me a bit unstable
Dives in lake like he's been shot from a gun

Well the big guy was jumping on Nessie
They began to have a fight
She said, "Didn't know you cared
'Bout my Nessie Loch lair
Well I'm hot to be for givin'
If you wanna do some kissin'
Love a strong cool woodman in my Loch Ness!"
Think she found her beau, name of Paul
With just one look she was in love, yes
'Cause that long tool woodman had it all

Had it all, had a brawl, has a maul
He's so tall, name is Paul, had a ball
Ooooo, had a ball......
True story! Some guy in Tallahassee has pictures on Facebook. ;-)

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Mark Scotti - January 22, 2010 - Report this comment
Tale tail parodies well told! I read the Big Blue Ox was 555 feet tall...
Old Man Ribber - January 22, 2010 - Report this comment
Sounds like Paul was cheating on his Babe! In a word, legendary! ;D
Phil Nelson - January 22, 2010 - Report this comment
Must be woodworking day or something. Funny idea! 555's
Fiddlegirl - January 22, 2010 - Report this comment
Now why don't they ever show something like *that* on Animal Planet?? ;) (Love your tall tales and stories!)
Tommy Turtle - January 22, 2010 - Report this comment
Thank goodness *someone* is taking alvin's place! (Does anyone know what happened to him?)
blackjack21 - January 23, 2010 - Report this comment
Mark: Thanks for tall votes and comments!
OMR: Aye, another "legendary" pun, LOL! Thanks!
Phil: Thanks for vote & comment.
FG: Ooo, that would be a good show! (and love your comments)
TT: Thanks, I'll take that as a very tall compliment. Alvin has been missed for sure.
Ann Hammond - January 24, 2010 - Report this comment
he he
AFW - January 24, 2010 - Report this comment
Now this would make a great video game...
Warren Baker - January 25, 2010 - Report this comment
....or a great Japanese monster movie! Nicely done with a very difficult rhythm scheme.
blackjack21 - January 26, 2010 - Report this comment
Huge belated thanks to Ann Hammond, AFW and Warren Baker!!!

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