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Song Parodies -> "Snow is a Four Letter Word"

Original Song Title:

"Love is a Contact Sport"

Original Performer:

Whitney Houston

Parody Song Title:

"Snow is a Four Letter Word"

Parody Written by:

Sharon Krebs

The Lyrics

It's unavoidable,
It's around each time every year.
It blocks out all sunshine
And keeps things chilled every time it's here.
Time to break out the plows
And throw a shovel in the trunk of your car.
If you want to feel the chill of winter,
Just step outside 'cause it's not far!
You can't fight it once you sight it.
Take a look and see!


Snow is a four-letter word.
It's makes you want to curse!
Every year it just gets worse!
Snow is a four-letter word.
It will drive you insane!
It is nothing but a pain!
Just head on out--

I hate to be a complainer,
But I'm stuck, feeling like a fool!
The radio announcer said tomorrow there'll be no school.
I really wanna go home,
But this highway's a parking lot!
Don't make me wait too long,
Get all the plows that the city's got!
Well, all this white stuff--
Worthless clutter, engine sputters.
Got to act tough.
Get me out of here!


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