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Song Parodies -> "Without Roo"

Original Song Title:

"Without You"

Original Performer:

Dixie Chicks

Parody Song Title:

"Without Roo"

Parody Written by:

Christy McDaniel

The Lyrics

This is how Kanga and Roo fans would feel if they were left out. Sad, Isn't it?
There is a Pooh Movie
That is missing 2 things that I like
Today I feel the pain
No Kanga and Roo, I'm on a strike
I'm getting very mad
I'm taking this DVD back
In my day they were featured,
and they were never left out cause

Without Roo, my heart is sad
And without Roo
I feel so bad
Did they leave
The 100 Acre Wood?
Without Roo

Well I never thought I'd see
A Pooh film without Kanga and Roo
And all they care about was
Piglet, Tigger, Eeyore, and Pooh
There's Rabbit and there's Owl
And Christopher Robin is seen
Disney has got what they wanted
and they are so mean cause

Without Roo I'm really Mad
And without Roo
Life is so bad
Quit leaving
Roo Out, OK, ooh
Without Roo

Somebody tell my Friends to watch what they will buy
I'm not better off without Roo
cause baby I can't live

Without Roo,Pooh's not so great
And without Roo
Withdrawal awaits
A Pooh film is not complete, ooh
Without Roo...without Roo

They're currently leaving out Owl now.

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