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Song Parodies -> "Wynona's Big Bad Drug Charge"

Original Song Title:

"Wynona's Big Brown Beaver"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Wynona's Big Bad Drug Charge"

Parody Written by:

Glenn Rousseau

The Lyrics

Wynona got a big bad drug charge cause she always had to get stoned
One day, you know, she lost her job, and she bong it on her own
Along came her lawyer with a big suitcase, said, "I'll give you some cash
If you let me in on some LSD, I'll give you a lot of that"

Now, Rich was a cop down in New Orleans and he tazes everyone he knows
So when Wynona went on her spree, he gave her a thousand volts
Wynona was stunned and at that moment, in a state of shock
She said, "Tell my lawyer that he's cheap and please, kill him with a rock"

Wynona had a big bad drug charge cause she always had to get stoned
Now 30 years later, she regreted her youth, and that little psycho gnome
Then she was on the table right there with a needle in her skin
She said, "My only wish right now would be only to see my kids"
Wynona had a big fat drug charge burning on her grave
Six feet under, her corpse rolled over and her ghost was finally sane

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