Parody of “Mama's Hands”, words and music by Brenda Sutton

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Parody lyrics ©1992-03-09 by Bob Kanefsky. All rights reserved. The copyright of the original lyrics and music remain with the holder(s) of the original copyright.

One day while I was visiting at Vic’s lab-or-a-tory,
I glanced down at the project on the slab.
There was something ’bout that creature,
Something odd about the features
He had sewn on since my last time at the lab.

Those are my mamma’s hands
On my daddy’s arms.
Those are my uncle’s eyes, looking at me.
From Aunt Matilda’s mouth,
Granddaddy’s teeth stick out.
Victor must have dug up half my family.