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Song Parodies -> "Autumn Sheaves"

Original Song Title:

"Autumn Leaves"

Original Performer:

Various Artists

Parody Song Title:

"Autumn Sheaves"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

The fallen sheaves quick must be winnowed;
those fallen sheaves up will be rolled.
First, thanks we give for harvest blisses;
on sunburned pans, the tears were tolled.

But they’ve gone away, and we are strong—
entombed those tears; joy comes along.
Let us thresh it all before the starlings
get autumns sheaves we must haul.

Let us thresh away; in voices strong,
sing now of reaping all day long.
We can’t rest after the job is starting.
Get long hair sheaves in a caul.
Beat our chests no more, and bring that cart in.
Forgot’s our grief. So let’s haul!

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Pacing: 1.9
How Funny: 1.9
Overall Rating: 1.9

Total Votes: 7

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 4   0
 5   1

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Hu's On First - February 24, 2017 - Report this comment
Three sets of 1's? Are there a whole bunch of city slickers here who hate farming?

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