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Song Parodies -> "In Defense, My Actions... (The Greatest Words in Human History)"

Original Song Title:

"In An Old Log Cabin"

Parody Song Title:

"In Defense, My Actions... (The Greatest Words in Human History)"

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The Lyrics

A sequel to my Ben Pollack parody, “Here Goes (It’s Filled with Soap)”
In defense, my actions
Were caused by attraction,
It wasn’t long ago,

I’ll always remember
When the sight and embers
First set my love aglow,

The words weren’t fake,
Called her “cheesecake”,
This night was once in a blue moon,

In defense, I acted,
And I was distracted,
I won’t forget it soon...

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1930sfan - August 22, 2022 - Report this comment
Another great “In An Old Log Cabin” parody and an interesting way to defend yourself after saying something to a woman on national television.
George&GermaineBriantFan - August 31, 2022 - Report this comment
Thank you for commenting, and it is great to know that people are learning about the greatest moment in television/human history.

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