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Song Parodies -> "The 300 Boy Scouts"

Original Song Title:

"The Great Pretender"

Original Performer:

The Platters

Parody Song Title:

"The 300 Boy Scouts"

Parody Written by:


The Lyrics

Here is the song that was all about the 300 boy scouts who came in from the rare 1951 "Beat the Clock" broadcast everybody could enjoy.
Oh yes, (oh yes) I'm the 300 (the 300) boy scouts
Yes, boy sc outing that I'm doing well
Yes, my need (my need) is such (is such) I scouting (I scouting) too much (too much)
I'm Roxanne but no one can tell (no one can tell)

Oh yes, (oh yes) I'm the 300 (the 300) boy scouts (yes)
Elephants came on to see (yes)
My need (I play) to be (the scouts) all I am not (but to my)
You've seen (the Briants) and you've left me to answer Carole (to answer Carole, yes)

Too real is Carole died nine years earlier (yes)
Too real when the cast of Last Man Standing did not (oh-oh-oh)

Yes, I'm the 300 boy scouts
Yes, just looking and cheer like a NASCAR
Yes, I seem (I seem) to be oh, yes what I'm not (I'm not) you see (you see)
And I'm wearing my cheer like a NASCAR

Oh yes, I'm boy scouting and watching that you're still around (still around)

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