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My Pneumonia



A great song. And a terrible cold.

My Pneumonia - apologies to The Knack

Oh you're such a nasty one, nasty one.
When you gonna let me feel fine, pneumonia?
Ooh, you make my nostrils run, my nostrils run
Runs, it's comin' out like wine, pneumonia
Never gonna stop, full of snot
Blow my nose a lot. Never let it up when I touch
or rub my eyes, fraught. My my my ah-ah-choo. M-M-M-My pneumonia.

Don't come any closer, huh, ah dontcha, huh
I will cough all over you, pneumonia.
Sneezing is a mystery, makes me weep
Running down the length of my cheeks, pneumonia
Never gonna stop, I'm all hot
And I cough a lot. Never let it up when I touch
or rub my eyes, shot. My my my ah-ah-choo. M-M-M-My pneumonia.

Why'd you have to give it to me, give it to me.
Is it just some mucus and slime, pneumonia?
Are my eyes watery, watery
Or is it just a game in my mind, pneumonia

Never gonna stop, I'm all hot
And I cough a lot. Never let it up when I touch
or rub my eyes, shot. My my my ah-ah-choo. M-M-M-My pneumonia.

And here's the original...



Comments

Steve Bailey said…
Nice!!! I would now like to see... My Dimensia... though I think it would be tough to remember each verse!
Linda Medrano said…
Shit! It's pneumonia? That is nothing to fool around with. When you get sick, don't just ride the wave for a while. Go to the doctor. You really need to stay in bed and let this stuff pass. It's very serious. Now I'm really worried. Don't worry so much about infecting someone else. Bacterial pneumonia doesn't really spread so easily. I'm really sorry John. Push fluids too.
nonamedufus said…
Not sure I'd know where to start.
nonamedufus said…
I don't know if it's pneumonia bit it's bad. Good thing I have someone here that sounds just like you to look after me. I think I put the moan in pneumonia!
00dozo said…
Haha! Love your twisted tunes. Sorry you're still under the weather. Stay in bed and get well.

;-)
nonamedufus said…
Well it's easy to do the first. Believe me, I'm working on the second. Thanks, 00dozo.
Quirkyloon said…
Dufus! This is serious! Me no likey. Please take good care of yourself and do like everyone else already said... rest, fluids, and cheesecake.

Well... I think I'm adding the cheesecake. It always makes me feel better, so hopefully it will you too!
nonamedufus said…
I haven't tried cheesecake. Can you send me some?

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