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Song Parodies -> "The Penguin"

Original Song Title:

"Black and White"

Original Performer:

Three Dog Night

Parody Song Title:

"The Penguin"

Parody Written by:

Jeff "Dr Chordate" Moran

The Lyrics

My back is black, my belly’s white,
My wings are short and too weak for flight.
The sky is black, the snow is white,
The sun is gone, the moon shines bright
In the Antarctic night.

I’m a penguin, and I understand
That it’s my fate to inhabit this land.
Yeah, live in this land.

The ice is cold, the water’s blue,
But I can swim, and catch fish, too.
And so I dwell, and even thrive
This Antarctic ice, I can survive.
I can survive.

I’m a penguin, I love this cold.
Frozen feet never get old.
And so it goes . . .
Copyright 2017 by Jeffrey Moran

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Voting Results

Pacing: 4.2
How Funny: 4.5
Overall Rating: 4.5

Total Votes: 4

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 5   2

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Onslaught - December 11, 2017 - Report this comment
I would have give you 6s if this had been about THE Penguin.
Jonathan Spurlock - December 11, 2017 - Report this comment
They should have played this with the "Happy Feet" movies!

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