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Song Parodies -> "Fartin’ Hole"

Original Song Title:

"Heart and Soul"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Fartin’ Hole"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

Fartin’ hole: vile hellish must drifts. . .
rude fartin’ hole, makes way for stool-protrude.
Reeks raw—euw! smelly blight.
Log roll isn’t yet in sight.

Fartin’ hole. . .vile dregs you see abhorred;
Lose control and bum surge is deplored.
that ass-sent mighty mist.
you catch my moon gist.

Gross! When it rips it’s illing, ether-filling.
Never, therefore, behind me when ’round you’re milling.

Butt sounds, must flee or you will face the fumes.
So nassty [sic], and soon disasster [sic] loo-ms.

Bad me
I have poo-r rift control. . .
smells from my fartin’ hole.

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Ann Hammond - July 12, 2013 - Report this comment
Ooh ooh that smell
2Eagle - July 12, 2013 - Report this comment
It's about time somebody parodied that earworm. I always used to hear kids picking that and Blue Moon away on the piano before the 'net and You Tube.

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