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Song Parodies -> "High Loon (I Did Partake In Indoor Farmin’)"

Original Song Title:

"High Noon (Do Not Forsake Me, Oh My Darlin')"

Original Performer:

Tex Ritter

Parody Song Title:

"High Loon (I Did Partake In Indoor Farmin’)"

Parody Written by:

Andy Primus

The Lyrics

I did partake in indoor farmin’
In this here beddin’ tray
I’ll now partake in some head calmin’
Light…light a bong

I grew some blow with great THC
The only blow for which I crave
Now off my face: a bong hit sates me
Sativa towered…amazin’ flowered
Sativa, flowered, is my fave

Buds on the burn taste sweet an’ fruity
Over eight feet, this long leaf beauty
Why is my gig banned? Why so wrong?
Fearin’ high loon?
They won’t allow: fear in State’s massive
With a good puff, I’m calm an’ passive
They’re so afraid of dope, an’ so…
What will they do if they catch me?

If caught partakin’ in pot farmin’
I may get prison, if I’m tried
Have to partake in some butt harmin’
If no reprieve in…bend for receivin’
Join TT as Big Bubba’s ride*

What a song!
Sing along
Take a dong
Need a bong!

* Follow this link to TT’s version of this song if you want to see what I mean:

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Overall Rating: 5.0

Total Votes: 4

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Patrick - September 20, 2011 - Report this comment
I remember watching "High Noon" years ago. The family cat climbed up on the arm of the chair and sat through the entire film, watching the TV with me. Too bad the state does not approve of your agricultural endeavors. An "eight foot long-leaf beauty" must be a real sight to see. More afraid of "high loon" than a rump ranger. That's why the elite build special prisons for their own kind in the rare event they have to sacrifice someone to appease the public or the press.
John Barry - September 20, 2011 - Report this comment
It's "high" noon alright.
AFW - September 20, 2011 - Report this comment
Gotta get somebody like Smoky Robinson to do this one..
TommyHydroCannibiTurtle - September 20, 2011 - Report this comment
ROFLMAO!!!!!!! "High concept", indeed!

One of the funniest ever, esp. given the brevity. And also a cogent argument to end the stupid, useless, and counter-productive War on Drugs

SUPERB syllable-matching, which probably wasn't/won't be noticed by many. And as usual, pathetic v/c/ and page views, so no one should be too surprised if you decide it isn't worth it anymore. (I'll drink to that, Mate.)

And I would have said all of that even without the plug, but thanks for that, too.... btw, if you'd like to know how to make those actual blue underlined clicky-linky-things. which *are* allowed in the intro or outro (and usually get by within songs, *if* they link to other songs here at AIR, and not offsite), just ask. ... It could come in handy the next time you want to plug T--- uh, the next time you want to include a reference to another song. 555+++
AndyP - September 21, 2011 - Report this comment

Patrick - Great film - seen it several times

JAB - noon is just a bit too early in the day for that
AndyP - September 21, 2011 - Report this comment
AFW - Smoky was too busy so I got Joss Stoned instead

TT - glad you noticed the matching
You told me a while back how to do the lines but I remember you saying recently that it was no longer working, so I didn't try it out
TT - September 21, 2011 - Report this comment
Andy, I think you've broken the cardinal rule:
"Never get high on your own supply".

Links have never worked in COMMENTS.
They still work fine in songs as described above.
If I had a different experience and said so, it's probably because I made a typo in creating the link. I make a lot of typos lately. Maybe I should hit the bong less. Or more.

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