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Song Parodies -> "Cud's What Cattle Chew Chew"

Original Song Title:

"Chattanooga Choo Choo"

Original Performer:

Johnny Mercer

Parody Song Title:

"Cud's What Cattle Chew Chew"

Parody Written by:


The Lyrics

Every farm boy,
Knows cud is what the cattle chew chew
Grass from the pass
They eat and regurge the mass
As they enjoy
Some soy..they give their cud a chew chew
They'll grind it strong,
And chew it eight hours long..

You see 'em grazin' in the pasture
With a posture so fine
Mystique and quite unique
In the way that they dine..
Each cow has three tummys
To digest their yummys
Tho' they may look stupid,
Cattle are no dummys...

Watch 'em as their standin' at a stall in the barn
Lickin' up the protein added to their ground corn
Fat tongues will be rollin'
Digestively controllin'
What a "Cud-a-boogie"..Golly, Darn

Relaxed, are they,
And rarely suffer constipation
Cool, easy pace
No tension shows on their face..

Switchin' their tails
So often tangled and could use a comb
Their cud is what they chew chew.
In Ohio or Rome..

Cud's what cattle chew chew
In Ohio or Rome

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Overall Rating: 5.0

Total Votes: 10

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Christie Marie M - November 13, 2009 - Report this comment
Great take on a big band/swing song, AFW! This reminds me of Green Acres with the Milk Maker episode, in a way. Also, great take on livestock as well. Rounding up 555 cattle for you!
blackjack21 - November 13, 2009 - Report this comment
LOL, fun and educational. Chew on some Fives.
Old Man Ribber - November 13, 2009 - Report this comment
Definitely something to "ruminate" upon. No bull, no bum steer...wish I could give you straight 5 and a calves! ;)
LadyCudCakes - November 13, 2009 - Report this comment
Yes, Sir ~L'Air de Cud aBove~ from Ohio to Californio it remains the same: . . . " Vive Le Boeuf "
Mark Scotti - November 13, 2009 - Report this comment
A very fun parody to "chew" on!!
AFW - November 13, 2009 - Report this comment
Thanks all...Love Johnny Mercer lyrics...He was the best...
LyricCupCakes - November 14, 2009 - Report this comment
Sir L'Air de Farce, ~The Mighty Duke oEdge~ Yes, Lord Mercer was the King of American Lyrics: his Days of Wine & Roses ( Mancini, Composer) being my all time favorite !
AFW - November 14, 2009 - Report this comment
Yes, LCC..."Days Of..." one of his best...I wrote a parody to it some years's in the dusty can trace it by running, this original title thru.."Search"
Andria - November 14, 2009 - Report this comment
Good job here, AFW, and I will give it 5s. BTW, does this OS have the same lyrics or at least similar, to the song of the same name performed by Tuxedo Junction in the 1970s? It's a disco song, but it's also called "Chattanooga Choo-Choo".
AFW - November 14, 2009 - Report this comment
Thanks, Andria...same song, same lyrics...probably just put a disco beat to it...and more recent recording, of course..
LyricCUDcakes - November 16, 2009 - Report this comment
Sir L'AIR de Farce, Duke oEdge, how about the forgotten song, ~ SINCE I FELL FOR YOU~ , as sung by Lenny Welch ? those violins always make me sigh . . . .

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