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Song Parodies -> "Summer Night Dreams Come True"

Original Song Title:

"Rock and Roll Dreams Come Through"

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Parody Song Title:

"Summer Night Dreams Come True"

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The Lyrics

This is about A Midsummer Night's Dream, by Shakespeare.
Hermia would marry Lysander. And Helena wants to be in Demetreus' heart.
So Her and Ly will run off under the cover of night, but tell Hel just what they're
doing now, before they start.
They get tired and lay down together. While both Helena and 'metreus chase them
through the trees.
Then Robin puts a flower in the wrong guy's eyes. When Lysander wakes up later,
Helena's who he sees.
He now wants her love. For she's the one he choose-eth. And Robin has a really
good laugh, even though his lord's instructions he blew-eth.
He tries again soon. Demetreus wakes too-eth. And now the guys both want the
same girl, and it looks like Hermia doth lose-eth.
That love-in-idleness is a mean plant. And lord Oberon uses a bit, too. Away he did
fly, and in Titania's eyes, we see exactly what that flower can do.
(When she awakens, the magic has her, baby.)
There's always lots of magic. There's lots of stuff to do.
And when the elves are out and playing like ghosts, that's when summer night
dreams come true.
True love can last forever, but this play is long, too.
And when you see the elves and fairies on post, that's when summer night dreams
come true for you.
Fi-na-lly O-ber-on fixes Puck's mess. Fi-na-lly the couples have their happy love
And they all return to Athens and have lunch with the duke. If you're bored by
crappy acting, you can skip the last act.
(Repeat lines 15-20)

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