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Song Parodies -> "I’m In the Moo for Love"

Original Song Title:

"I'm in the Mood for Love"

Original Performer:

Bing Crosby

Parody Song Title:

"I’m In the Moo for Love"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

I’m in the moo for love
Simply because you steer me.
No, I don’t mean you “steer” me—
They can’t make moves of love.

Steer me to where I rise,
To just above your udders,
Giving us both the shudders.
I’m in the moo for love.

I frolic in the heather,
Follow you in the glade.
We put our parts together—
Now my milk runs
Require no maid.

If you should chow on cuds. . .
I could refrain. Forget it!
’cause these bovines abet it!!
I’m in the moo for love.

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Old Man Ribber - January 24, 2012 - Report this comment
JAB - Udder nonsense! USDA Prime parody here. ;D
Porfle Popnecker - January 24, 2012 - Report this comment
Two guys are sitting on a fence, watching a bull and cow going at it. First guy says "Boy, I wish I was doin' that." Second guy says "Well go ahead, it's your cow."

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