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Old 09-24-2014, 03:20 PM   #1
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A song that makes you burst out in laughing?

The other day, I was listening to an old CD while driving to a place. This song came out and I burst out in laughing. Not a PC song in this day and age but it's hilarious. Anyone else has songs that make you burst out in laughing?


"Ain't Gonna Bump No More"

Three nights ago I was at a disco
Man, I wanted to bump, I was rarin' to go
And this big fat woman, bumped me on the floor
She was rarin' to go, that chick was rarin' to go
Man she did a dip, almost broke my hip
She was gettin' down, that chick was gettin' down
She wanted to bump some more, but I told her, no
You done knocked me down once
You done knocked me down once
Said, if you want to dance
Find you a big fat man
Ya'll both can get on down
Ya'll both can get on down, huh

I ain't gonna bump no more with no big fat woman
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Lord, I ain't gonna bump no more with no big fat woman
< snip >

Somebody take her
She's too big for me
She'll knock me down

She came over to me, snatched me out of my seat
She wanted to get on down, still wanted to get on down
I told her to go on and leave me alone
I ain't gettin' down
You done hurt my hip once

I ain't gonna bump no more with no big fat woman
< snip >
Somebody take her, I don't want her
She done hurt my hip, she done knocked me down
Done hurt my hip, she done knocked me down
Somebody take her, I don't want her
Say, Leroy, you can have this one, dude
This big fat woman, dude
I don't want her
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Chipmunks Christmas song.
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Hands down - Chipmunk with a Deathwish. You can listen here: Grooveshark - Free Music Streaming, Online Music
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That's amusing. Thanks.
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"Boy Named Sue"
Written by the famous Shel Silverstein and made famous by Johnny Cash.
The video below is from Cash's performance at San Quentin, and it's the recording most of us are most familiar with. It was among the first times Cash had ever performed the song, and you can see him reading the words off of a sheet of paper.

"My name is Sue! How do you do!? Now, you gonna die."


Johnny Cash - A Boy Named Sue - 1969 - San Quentin - PS3 Youtube
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This one tickled me to no end when I was a kid....decades ago...

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The Monks: "Nice Legs, Shame about her Face."
My lord, that's a band looking for a garage to appear.
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Shaggy's "It wasn't me"

His Why me Lord? is quite funny too.
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My lord, that's a band looking for a garage to appear.
A couple of the musicians were former members of The Strawbs. (Remember them?)
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A couple of the musicians were former members of The Strawbs. (Remember them?)

Hmmm. No, I'm afraid I missed that particular pleasure!
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Hands down - Chipmunk with a Deathwish. You can listen here: Grooveshark - Free Music Streaming, Online Music
That was great - thanks for posting that!

Here's one I remember as a kid, Ray Stevens "The Streak":

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Hands down - Chipmunk with a Deathwish. You can listen here: Grooveshark - Free Music Streaming, Online Music
LOL! But I could not find the lyrics on the net.
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"Boy Named Sue"
Written by the famous Shel Silverstein and made famous by Johnny Cash.
The video below is from Cash's performance at San Quentin, and it's the recording most of us are most familiar with. It was among the first times Cash had ever performed the song, and you can see him reading the words off of a sheet of paper.

"My name is Sue! How do you do!? Now, you gonna die."


Johnny Cash - A Boy Named Sue - 1969 - San Quentin - PS3 Youtube

Funny stuff. Note to myself - make a CD songs listed in this thread.
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