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Song Parodies -> "Somewhere Up My Cocained Nose"

Original Song Title:

"Somewhere Over The Rainbow"

Original Performer:

Judy Garland

Parody Song Title:

"Somewhere Up My Cocained Nose"

Parody Written by:

Dr. Oliver Clozoff

The Lyrics

Somewhere, up my cocained nose, hey, I’m high
Guess I must have just snorted all of my last supply
I swear, oh I’m a skank ho, what I’d do
Just to score me some uppers
Or a dime bag or two

Some day I’ll be an aging star
And wake up with my best roles far behind me
I’ll pop barbits like lemon drops
And O.D. ’cause my last show flops
That’s how they’ll find me

Somewhere over the rainbow, blue pills fly
Fly me over the rainbow
Why then, I must be high
If happy little blue pills fly, or else some nose blow
Why, I must be high
Copyright (C) 2008 by The Parody Files.

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Pacing: 5.0
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Overall Rating: 5.0

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Claude Prez - January 17, 2009 - Report this comment
This is awesome, the scarecrow one is awesome, and if anyone cares to click on the link, the entire parody-in-progress? Also awesome. Great stuff.

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