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Song Parodies -> "Crammin’ Time’s Here"

Original Song Title:

"Ballantine Beer jingle"

Original Performer:

Commercial Jingles

Parody Song Title:

"Crammin’ Time’s Here"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

OS lyrics included, because I couldn't find them on the Web.
Hey, better have fear,
yeah, ’cause it’s crammin’ time.
Hey, it’s a cold-sweat fear,
’cause it’s night and crammin’ time’s here.

Can’t be blitzed on beer,
that’s because at daylight
you’ve got any essay
that you have to write.
Time is fast goin’;
crystal meth’s near.
Pull an all-nighter.
Crammin’ time, crammin’ time’s here.

You’re on cold bier,
because at crammin’ time,
you let the meth man near—
now you’re as cold as an iced beer.


Hey, get your cold beer
Hey, get your Ballantine
Hey, get your cold, cold beer
Get your ice-cold Ballantine beer

To be crisp, a beer
Must be icily light
Smooth and refreshing
Precis-ely right
Liv-ely golden
Crystal-y clear
The crisp refresher
Ballantine, Ballantine beer

Hey, get…

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Pacing: 4.5
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Overall Rating: 3.5

Total Votes: 4

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