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Song Parodies -> "Eerie, Indiana"

Original Song Title:

"Gary, Indiana"

Original Performer:

The Music Man

Parody Song Title:

"Eerie, Indiana"

Parody Written by:

Tokusou Sentai Blessranger

The Lyrics

Eerie, Indiana! What a horrible name
Named for something eerie, things won't be the same
Eerie, Indiana, where dogs will rule the world
Totally frightening most boys and girls
Eerie, Indiana, Eerie, Indiana, Eerie, Indiana, let me say it once again
Eerie, Indiana, Eerie, Indiana, Eerie, Indiana, that's the town you haven't been

If you'd like to see things like an undead Elvis
Or a Captain Ahab wannabe, don't be helpless
I will say some of the things'll get very worthless
There is just one place that would scare your face
Eerie, Indiana, Eerie, Indiana, Not the Carolinas, or German town Cologne, but
Eerie, Indiana, Eerie, Indiana, Eerie, Indiana, my weird new home

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Agrimorfee - August 19, 2008 - Report this comment
Awesome--surprised no one else did it already!

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