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Song Parodies -> "Read Harold Pinter"

Original Song Title:

"The Darkest Winter"

Original Performer:

Sonata Nocturna

Parody Song Title:

"Read Harold Pinter"

Parody Written by:

Powersymphonia

The Lyrics

I can put my woolly jumper on
Like a football fan takes off his shirt
I can make a lousy cup of tea
Read Harold Pinter in ecstasy

The Trial, The room, The Go-Between
I sit on the sofa... reading plays
Tension, comedy, the satire and puns
In my mind I can feel genius

I can put my woolly jumper on
Like a football fan takes of his shirt
I can make a lousy cup of tea
Read Harold Pinter in ecstasy.

Awards and honours, the Nobel Prize
My inspiratation.... my words too
Your speeches, they make me, cry in tears
Why must they laugh at you?

I can put my woolly jumper on
Like a football fan takes off his shirt
Signs of my joy, are because of you
My fears are fading, your wisdom heightens me
Intellectually my brain capacity
Is full, working hard to increase this
No reality, I'm entering your world
I love literature, there's feelings in my heart
I feel your love.

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UnKnownVotress - June 05, 2008 - Report this comment
Sir, . . . Just listen to the butterfly that flutters in your heart.

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