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Song Parodies -> "Jack Spat"

Original Song Title:

"Jack Sprat"

Original Performer:

Traditional

Parody Song Title:

"Jack Spat"

Parody Written by:

Robert D. Arndt Jr.

The Lyrics

The joys of chewin' tobbacca...
Jack spat, could not cut back
His mouth was brown, not clean
Pocket of Skoal or Copenhagen
Long cut, with some teeth missing!

Jack on smokeless chew was keen
Dipping chunks were fat
Chomping, and then spitting
Into a spitting can or vat!

(And sometimes on the mat)

Jack was disgusting
Moist snuff he did pinch
Wads of soft tobacco
Pushed between his gums and lips!

Said Jack, "I'll be damned,
this absorption rate is high;
10x stronger than the cigs,
someday I'm gonna die!"

In his shabby trailer Jack lay
Coke can spittoon by his side!

(Joan had left him years ago)

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