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Song Parodies -> "Rotten Eaves"

Original Song Title:

"Autumn Leaves"

Original Performer:

Various Artists

Parody Song Title:

"Rotten Eaves"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

The rotten eaves above the window,
those rotten eaves will never hold.
They hardly grip; I’d be remiss if
I didn’t hark to my wife’s scold.

“Get them fixed today, and don’t take long!”
is what I hear. She is not wrong.
But I skip it despite all her snarling.
Then rotten eaves start to fall.

Rifted, ripped away, they were not strong.
They’ve broken clear—the ground they’re on.
Having fits, starting to squall’s my darling—
I’d bought new eaves to install.
She’s pissed, and then her squall turns harming.
She Glocks my knees, and I fall.

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Pacing: 4.4
How Funny: 4.4
Overall Rating: 4.4

Total Votes: 8

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Rob Arndt - February 03, 2017 - Report this comment
I think cleaning the gutters is far worse, but 555!
Larry Hensley - February 03, 2017 - Report this comment
I remember the OS only from an old Victor Borge sketch. This was a funny idea and was realized well, 5's

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