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Song Parodies -> "Ventilator!"

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Original Performer:

Rodgers & Hammerstein

Parody Song Title:


Parody Written by:

Rick duncan

The Lyrics


You couldn't pick a worser time to suck air in
You party early and you end up "late"
Fightin' for your freedom is a maskless sin
Soon be in a vegatative state
Tater state!
You'll deserve your fate
No more beer or Harley!
Love those respirators!
Each breath is a battle
Nurses ain't your waiters!

Flowers by your bedside from a guy named doom
All of your friends are in another room
Here is wishing you weren't a dope
Goin' to bars, finding girls to grope

When your wind ain't goin' in your head
And the beeping sounds
You hear all around
Are the people hanging by a thread

Every night you might just say goodbye
Now you're all alone
You left your home
For a rally to cheer on your "guy"

We know that America is grand
And we bury our heads in the sand
So now we say;
Ee-ee-yow!, I-in-a-fix-to-day!
Not doin' fine, Ventilator!

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