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Song Parodies -> "King of the Hill"

Original Song Title:

"Run To The Hills"

Original Performer:

Iron Maiden

Parody Song Title:

"King of the Hill"

Parody Written by:

Danny Mew

The Lyrics

Hank Hill came on my TV
He sells propane and accessories

The patriarch, he takes the lead
Works hard to meet his family's needs

His wife Peggy, she's no southern belle
She cannot speak Spanish very well

Luanne lives in his den rent-free
Until she marries a man named Lucky

Bobby's his son and is big in the waist
Athletics cause him such pains

Prop comic is one of his life's goals
Seeking his fortune and fame

Drinking beer in the alley out back
Four guys share a twelve-pack

King of the Hill- it's on at five
King of the Hill- it's on at five

Boomhauer has his classic car tastes
Womanizing is his aim

Bill is a shell of a once proud man
His downfall is such a shame

Dale must have a ciggy to hold
Joseph's his son, or so he's told

King of the Hill- it's on at five
King of the Hill- it's on at five

King of the Hill- it's on at five
King of the Hill- it's on at five
I wish the song had more verses so that I could also cover other characters sycg as Kahn, Mihn, Connie, Nancy, John Redcorn, Cotton, Buck Strickland, Hank's other co-workers, and his dog Ladybird, and others.

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Pacing: 4.0
How Funny: 4.5
Overall Rating: 4.5

Total Votes: 2

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Peter Andersson - March 12, 2013 - Report this comment
IMHO this is actually pretty much the right lenght for a parody to be enjoyed by someone who's not familiar with the/a show - or you could have wrapped the (excellent) title idea around the old children's game with the same name. Still kinda funny, but you're cramming to many syllables into many of the lines for it to be considered perfect pacing, which kinda made it a bummer to sing along with. I hesitated between 444 and 354 and settled for the latter.

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