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Song Parodies -> "Mud Comes Rumbling"

Original Song Title:

"Love Comes Tumbling"

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Parody Song Title:

"Mud Comes Rumbling"

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The Lyrics

At the risk of offending a certain someone that doesn't like toilet humor, I decided upon this little doozy....
Mud will creep and find a way
You'll find out today
I suggest you start to pray
And yes, you'll see that
Commodes lead you way too far
This mode of life is bizarre

Seams have split, the bed defiled
For you, a muddy slide
Clean yourself, not someone else
Don't bring yourself near me
Then you'll squirt it out again
Mud comes rumbling down again


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Laurence Dunne - May 19, 2004 - Report this comment
You just insists on doing obscure songs that no-one outside of ardent U2 fans (like me) know, don't you. Well, you will continue to have difficulty getting votes, but then again, at least you're not selling out, right?
a noid - May 19, 2004 - Report this comment
Thank you for giving me the opportunity to make myself feel superior by pointing out that toilet humor is unsophisticated and juvenile; I live for that sort of thing.
MrMacphisto - May 19, 2004 - Report this comment
LOL... Yes, Laurence, I do prefer the obscure ones... heh... A noid: whatever floats your boat, man....

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