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Song Parodies -> "Beautiful Arranger"

Original Song Title:

"Beautiful Stranger"

Original Performer:

Madonna

Parody Song Title:

"Beautiful Arranger"

Parody Written by:

Jan Unwin

The Lyrics

Haven't we met
You're some kind of beautiful arranger
This can't be good for me
I have a taste for danger
If I'm smart then I'll run away
But I'm not so I'll buy a bouquet
Heaven forbid
I take my chance on a beautiful arranger
My life you'll beautify
Do you use green foam or the brown?
A petal pusher in disguise
That's why I'm singing this song
To know you is to owe you

The fragrance of the rose
In everybody's nose
To love you is to be part of you
I've given up my pride
For flowers fresh and dried

Dah-dah-dah-de dah-de-dah-de dah dah I'm so dumb
Beautiful arranger
Dah-dah-dah-de dah-de-dah-de dah dah I'm so dumb
Beautiful arranger

If I'm smart then I'll run away
But I'm not so I guess I'll stay
Haven't you heard
Of my arrangement with a beautiful arranger

I looked into your vase
My heart was dancing all over the place
My baby's breath a rapid pace
It caught at the sight of you
To know you is to owe you

You're everywhere I go
And everybody knows

I looked into your vase
My heart was dancing all over the place
My baby's breath a rapid pace
It caught at the sight of you
To know you is to love you

And everywhere I go
They wilt and decompose
I pay you with my tears
For ten dozen boutonnieres

Dah-dah-dah-de dah-de-dah-de dah dah I'm so dumb
Beautiful arranger
Dah-dah-dah-de dah-de-dah-de dah dah I'm so dumb
Beautiful arranger

Haven't we met
You're some kind of beautiful arranger
You can't be good for me
I have a taste for danger
If I'm smart then I'll run away
But I'm not so I guess I'll pay
Heaven forbid
Now I finance with a beautiful arranger

I looked into your vase
My heart was dancing all over the place
My baby's breath a rapid pace
It caught at the sight of you
To know you is to owe you

And everywhere I go
They wilt and decompose
I pay you with my tears
For ten dozen boutonnieres

Dah-dah-dah-de dah-de-dah-de dah dah I'm so dumb
Beautiful arranger
Dah-dah-dah-de dah-de-dah-de dah dah I'm so dumb
Beautiful arranger

If I'm smart then I'll run away
But I'm not so I guess I'll stay
Haven't you heard
Of my arrangement with a beautiful arranger

I looked into your vase
My heart was dancing all over the place
My baby's breath a rapid pace
It caught at the sight of you
To know you is to owe you

You're everywhere I go
And everybody knows

My life you'll beautify
Do you use green foam or the brown?
A petal pusher in disguise
That's why I'm singing this song
To know you is to owe you

And everywhere I go
They wilt and decompose
I pay you with my tears
For ten dozen boutonnieres

Dah-dah-dah-de dah-de-dah-de dah dah I'm so dumb
Beautiful arranger
Dah-dah-dah-de dah-de-dah-de dah dah I'm so dumb
Beautiful arranger

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