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Song Parodies -> "Toke Aroma"

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From "Oklahoma"

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"Toke Aroma"

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The Lyrics

Legal states! Legal states!
Gaining ground now, Mates!
Once taboo like Harleys, "Bare-its," and perverters
Quite a prickly saddle, ammo for asserters,
Passion from the prairie, christians tagged it doom
Clouded the air, polluted the room,
Poised now to push the envelope
So good for us - should not call it dope...

To-o-o-oke aroma,
Bless that scent that screams and says, "I'm HERE!"
No more smoky sledge - it's off the edge
And gives med-ical benefits to cheer..

To-o-o-oke aroma.
Every night my sicky lamb and me
Sit alone and puff the healthy stuff
Till we get so well that we can't see..

Law sanctioned this weed in our hand
Thank the land that it grows on, it's grand!
We'll smoke and say, Yeeow! Tastes like Columb-i-aay!
Medical treatment - makes us feel fine,
Toke aroma! Toke aroma, O. K.

Toke aroma! Toke aroma, divine!

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Overall Rating: 3.4

Total Votes: 5

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Giorgio Coniglio - August 12, 2013 - Report this comment
Brilliant idea; loved it.
Patrick - August 12, 2013 - Report this comment
Under Obamacare, self-medication with herb may be the only alternative for those who don't toe the party line to receive treatment. The stuff always smelled like wet grass on the 5th of July to me. Can't see it doing anyone any good. Jamaica tolerated ganja because it helped subdue an otherwise potentially explosive population from rebelling against the corrupt government that kept the island in poverty. I can see that happening here. Obongo is passing the word to ease up on prosecuting the stuff. Got to empty out those jail cells to make room for the folks who cling to their guns and their Bibles.
2Eagle - August 12, 2013 - Report this comment
Don't remind me. The Butthead Convention meets outside my house with their toke smoke.
J-G S - August 12, 2013 - Report this comment
What Giorgio said!
AFW - August 12, 2013 - Report this comment
Thanks all, for kind comments and votes
John Jenkins - August 12, 2013 - Report this comment
Very good spoof of the Marijuana Battle in the War on Drugs, both of which were lost a long time ago. The "Till we get so well that we can't see..." line was particularly clever. But I have some style questions:

1 Why are Harleys and Mates capitalized and Christians not?
2 Are you claiming poetic license as your justification for writing "my sicky lamb and me" instead of "my sicky lamb and I"?
3 If you and your sicky lamb are sitting together, you are not really alone, are you?
AFW - August 13, 2013 - Report this comment
1. Not sure, doc...maybe I thought Harleys and Mates were more important than christians....2. My poetic licence expired a long time ago, but I just keep driving, anyway...this is the first warning I've got....and 3. If you would see my sicky lamb I don't believe you'd have to ask this question.
Jojo Marley - November 27, 2013 - Report this comment
Pretty good. Ever been to a Pink Floyd concert? It's quite an experience for the senses.

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