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Song Parodies -> "Horns from Pate"

Original Song Title:

"Born Too Late"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Horns from Pate"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

Horns from pate--my wife's cheating on me,
And that act is making me quite irate,
'cause I have horns on pate.

Horns on pate, because someone else has made love
To my mate; I then fulminate
With these horns on pate.

You see, I have been cuckolded
By my best friend, Stevie,
Who does a lot more than kiss you,
And this makes me quite uneasy.

I'm sporting. . .

Horns on pate; I'm in despair;
It makes me cry
'cause my mate treats me second-rate,
Giving me horns on pate.

Horns on pate; Stevie's a pair,
But ain't a guy
In fact, I once took her on dates.
Horny, she couldn't wai-ai-ai-ai-ait
To horn in on my mate.

Scorned mate.

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alvin - April 10, 2008 - Report this comment
nice twist at the end
unKnownVotress - April 10, 2008 - Report this comment
Pirate Jack Barrow, you've got a weird crew there, Sir . . .

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