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Song Parodies -> "Frodo Baggins"

Original Song Title:

"The Augustus Gloop Song"

Parody Song Title:

"Frodo Baggins"

Parody Written by:

b'coz

The Lyrics

We, the b'coz, are gonna sing one of our favorite songs from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. We will be dressing up as hobbits for the occasion. :D
All:
Frodo Baggins, Frodo Baggins
The small, stout-hearted hobbitin
Frodo Baggins, the Ring Bearer
Of the One Ring of Mordor
"Let's go!" He cried, "Let's all do it!"
To send the ring down the pit

Brian:
Come on, audience, let's be thrilled

All:
Frodo Baggins will not be killed
Frodo Baggins will not be killed

Chang:
With his group called the Fellowship

Oscar:
One of them died and took a dip

All:
Frodo and Sam went alone ahead
But they include Gollum instead
This crazy beast, his wicked leer
Searched his "precious" everywhere
Thank god he went down with the ring
Frodo is safe and now we sing!
Pardon us if the song isn't funny or it doesn't pace, or rhymed.

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hi - January 12, 2006 - Report this comment
uhhhh it was ok

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