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Song Parodies -> "Pork You Ate"

Original Song Title:

"Born Too Late"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Pork You Ate"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

Pork you ate: not good gastronomy.
You’re screwed, because that pig was trichi., mate.
Fie on that pork you ate!

Pork you ate was not a rancid grub,
the fry, not high—uncooked substrate
in that pork you ate.

I’d seen the wok was uncovered;
the flame was quite tiny.
The wrong way to cook a pig, dude!
And so you soon will be whiny.

That’s because

pork you ate was evil fare.
If pig you fry,
turn the heat up at least to “8.”
Why? To miss a bad fate.

Pork you ate was really rare—
trich’s nix will die,
then you will have a wormy fate.
Fry high or mourn till late.

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Pacing: 5.0
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Total Votes: 5

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Timmy1000 - January 15, 2015 - Report this comment
Mmmm, bacon - but better be careful. Always like the oldies being used. I cooked this one at 555 degrees.
Leough - January 15, 2015 - Report this comment
What can I say, but (er) well done!

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