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Song Parodies -> "Avians Were Crazed"

Original Song Title:

"Maybe I'm Amazed"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Avians Were Crazed"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

Avians can laze in the updrafts for quite a long time;
avians have ways much like planes also do.
Avians can gaze with vision that’s beyond super-fine
to help find food and dine.
Avians then graze; after that, their young they feed, too.

Avian and man coexist—that has been the plan,
so you’d never suspect something
like what happened to a seaside clan.

Daylight came; they scanned the skies and then could see it comin’.
It way pretty creepy.
Here’s a synopsis of how it ran:

Avian and man coexisted—that had been the plan,
so what was coming was troubling.
It was something none could understand.

Diving from the sky, high: flaky flocks that were redoubling
types of flight felony…
attacking everyone as they ran.

Avians were crazed, doing what they did for the first time,
avians so crazed, they started to cleave Lou.
Avians so crazed that they sank claws into Tom
and frightened Rod’s mom.
Avians were crazed; we weren’t saved…bird defeat due.

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