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Song Parodies -> "Pardon This Show’s Attraction"

Original Song Title:

"Pardon My Southern Accent"

Parody Song Title:

"Pardon This Show’s Attraction"

Parody Written by:

George&GermaineBriantFan

The Lyrics

The greatest moment in television history.
Pardon this show’s attraction,
Pardon the cheering drawn,
It may sound funny,
It’s all sunny,
Not fake, y’all.

Now, if you don’t like distractions,
Don’t want blood from ears drawn,
Then just don’t listen,
Need no hissin’,
Hang up your calls!

Come on, now,
Say you like that cheering stuff,
When one Scout says, “Do you love me?”
All you gotta say is “Sure ‘nuff!”

Pardon this show’s contraption,
Didn’t that one Scout drawl,
Was he just blushing,
Or just crushing,
“‘Roxanne’, I love y’all!”

(Instrumental break)

Oh, pardon this show’s contraption,
Didn’t that one Scout drawl,
Was he just blushing,
Or just crushing,
“‘Roxanne’, I love y’all!”

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1930sfan - August 22, 2022 - Report this comment
Very funny and yet another great take on “the greatest moment in television history”. Particularly the closing lines.

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