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Post by SuperOy »

I like this rare parody from the UHF soundtrack (and Food Album). Anyone else besides me like this R.E.M. parody?

"Don't leave it sitting or it'll turn brown"

That has to be the best lyric ever written. :lol:

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Post by modular »

I love that song - original and parody. One of my avourites as 'twere
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Post by Manda »

I like this song. Whenever I listen to it, it gets stuck in my head. I also like the original Stand. Al did a good job. But he always does a good job.
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Post by Genius in Maine »

I think Spam is good. Not in the same class as Fat, Yoda and Achy Breaky Song, but still worth a listen. My sister liked it when she first heard it, and she is not an Al fan." onclick=";return false;

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it's the only kind of Spam I like
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It used to be my favortie track.
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Post by algonacchick »

I love Spam! *the song only!* One of my favorite tracks on the UHF soundtrack.

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Post by weirdojace »

My favorite song on the UHF CD! Al did a good job with that one." onclick=";return false;

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Post by WEIRDALexis279 »

Yep, great parody. One of my favorite lines are: "Now, if there's some left, don't just throw it out, use it for spackle or bathroom grout." :lol:

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Post by Orthography Enthusiast »

WEIRDALexis279 @ Apr 30 2004, 03:12 AM wrote: Yep, great parody. One of my favorite lines are: "Now, if there's some left, don't just throw it out, use it for spackle or bathroom grout." :lol:
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