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Song Parodies -> "Life in Color Television"

Original Song Title:

"Life in Technicolor II"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Life in Color Television"

Parody Written by:

Johnny Nguyen

The Lyrics

There's a wild wind blowing,
Down the corner of my street
Every night there the headlights are glowing

Theres a B&W TV coming,
On NBC I heard
Baby it's a big world

Oh love don't let me go
Won't you take me where the painting shine
I could hear it coming
I could hear the color switch
Now my feet won't touch the ground

Time came a-wantin'
Oh and time's a loaded viewer
Every road is a ray of light
It goes o-o-on
Time only can lead you on
Still it's such a beautiful day

Oh love don't let me go
Won't you take me where the painting shine
I could hear it coming
Like it happens in 1965
Now my feet won't touch the ground

1966 release full color,
And I want ever hold me down
Now my feet won't touch the ground.

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