Music: Parodies Pay

How much is that houn' dawg in the

winder?

I do hope that flea bag's for sale. How much is that houn' dawg in the

winder? The one with the long mangy tail . . .

Henry Doyle Haynes and Kenneth Charles Burns, both 33, are singing Tennessee hillbillies who take such pop hits as Doggie in the Window and turn them into guitar-plucking parodies. Professionally, the boys are known as Homer and Jethro, and last week they were as busy as a combine at harvest time, raking in money ($60,000-$70,000 this year) from some two...

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