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Song Parodies -> "Friendly Sign"

Original Song Title:

"Shorty's Ark"

Original Performer:

Will Oldham

Parody Song Title:

"Friendly Sign"

Parody Written by:

Duc4AmIRight

The Lyrics

Here's a song about the sign of my friend.
I wanna save the best friends before it starts to rain
I wanna sing them two by two, I want their kids to know their names

Lions, taurus, eagles, and cows
Skunks and rats and spiders, the biggest friends and cross
Giant squids and honey bears, moles in the ground
Killer whales, pocket wolves, dinosaurs, and hound

When the rains come, we'll be there to look them in the signs
Make the series with our song, together you and I
They'll remind us of the stars so they won't have to die
They fill our dreams with savage schemes, we'll join them by and by

Humpback whales, crocodiles, goldfish and giraffe
Starfish, antelope, and moons , that wild big bull laugh
Human being, crocodiles, elephant and me
Your moms, your dads, your biggest signs, your first best friend and me
Your first best friend and me
Your first best friend and me
That's my friend sign!

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