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Song Parodies -> "The Orphan Baudelaires"

Original Song Title:

"The Violet Beauregarde Song"

Parody Song Title:

"The Orphan Baudelaires"

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The Lyrics

Another song from the movie! This time, we dressed as Count Olaf's Troupe: (Brian: Hugo the Hunchback) (Chang: The One Looks Neither a Man or a Woman) (Oscar: The Bald Man) (Zak: The Hooked-Handed Man)
Listen close, get some scares
The tale of the Orphan Baudelaires
These three children try to be tough
While running, running, running, running, running from Olaf
running, running from Olaf

Violet makes inventions well

Klaus is the brains and a reading pal

Sunny likes to bite with her teeth

Makes Count Olaf really seeth

running, running from Olaf
running, running from Olaf
running, running from Olaf
Snicket licket, Lemon Snicket, Snicket Snickersnee!
The orphans lost their poor parents
But they have found some trusty friends
Everytime they find a mystery
The strange initials called VFD
And that's why we really care
What happens to each Baudelaire

running, running from Olaf
running, running from Olaf
running, running from Olaf...
Let's boogie!

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