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Song Parodies -> "Knife Life"

Original Song Title:

"Mac the Knife"

Original Performer:

Bobby Darin

Parody Song Title:

"Knife Life"

Parody Written by:

Mike Juergens

The Lyrics

This all started with one of those cute and silly humor pics. There were these two ducklings menacing a frightened kitten with a big nasty knife....
Oh the cat has pretty teeth dear
And he shows them pearly white
But a jack knife have the kids here
Could one of them be Quack the Knife?

When the cat bites with his teeth, dear
Feathers yellow start to spread
Fine stiletto though bears Quack, dear
So that cat has much to dread

On the sidewalk, Sunday morning
Lies a kitty oozing life
Someone's sneaking round the corner
Is the someone Quack the Knife?

Like a tug boat in the river
Hauling cat that didn't drown
The cement's just for the weight, dear
Bet you Quack is back in town

Fat old Morris disappeared, dear
After drawing out his cash
And the ducks spend like some sailors
Did our boys do something rash?

Boopin' Betty, Minnie Mouse-house
Sweet Petunia, and soft Daisey Down
Oh the line forms on the right, dear
Now that Quack is back in town
(c) 2007 Mike Juergens

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