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Song Parodies -> "Japanese Boar"

Original Song Title:

"Japanese Boy"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Japanese Boar"

Parody Written by:

White Trash

The Lyrics

he would make good dinner here in japan
ready to go oh oh oh oh
no i caught him leaving leaving the farm
oh oh oh oh
was it the talk of slaughter for lunch
that made him be a wise animal and run
could it be another dinner
that wont be in our feast any more

mister can you tell me where my food has gone
hes a Japanese boar
i woke up this morning to see he had left the farm
ohh my japanese boar oh i miss my japanese boar

emeril would like to fry him if he found him today oh oh oh oh
everyone would smell him knew he'd smell great
oh oh oh oh
only if we kept him at home
we'd be evicorating his bones
but know i find me chasing this animal
on the other side of the great chinese wall

Mister can you tell me where my lunch has gone? . . .

Was it something I've said or done

That made him pack his bags up and run? . . .

Mister can you tell me where my love has gone?

He's a Japanese boar.

I woke up once morning and my love was gone

Oh my Japanese boar.

Mister can you tell me where my love has gone? . . .

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