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Song Parodies -> "I Was A Webbed-Toed Aykroyd."

Original Song Title:

"I Was A Teenage Werewolf"

Original Performer:

The Cramps

Parody Song Title:

"I Was A Webbed-Toed Aykroyd."

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The Lyrics

Based on crazy dreams i've had about becoming Dan Aykroyd.
I was a webbed-toed Aykroyd.
I guess you can call me Dan.
I was a webbed-toed Aykroyd.
I got possessed by Aykroyd, man.
And now I just can't stop.

I had a mind like Ray Stantz.
I feel like a singing loon.
Like when a werewolf sees the full moon.
And now I simply can't stop.
No now I simply can't stop.

A webbed-toed Aykroyd.
With two different colored eyes.
A total Conehead.
Got me a terrible case of the blues.
I just can't figure out how to stop.
Oh please love me.

I thought I was a Belushi type.
But now i'm all Aykroyd tonight.
Nobody understands me.
Everyone thinks i'm weird.
But hey..why bother to even stop.

An absolute Aykroyd.
With a brilliant brain.
It's just that some people
Think i'm going insane, oh oh ohh.
But they just wish they had my mind, ohhh.

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