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Song Parodies -> "Miss Meadows"

Original Song Title:

"The Shadow"

Original Performer:

BoA

Parody Song Title:

"Miss Meadows"

Parody Written by:

Robert D. Arndt Jr.

The Lyrics

"Miss Meadows" is a dark action comedy about a prim and proper substitute teacher that moonlights as a vigilante. Unlike Bronson's character in the Death Wish movies, Katie Holmes operates in broad daylight and dispatches her felon victims (rapist, mass-murdering gunman, pedophile clergy, and other scum) with a small, compact Colt M1908 .25 ACP pistol carried in her dainty purse. She dresses in feminine floral patterns, wears shoes with taps (she loves to dance), and is always prim and proper. She hides in plain sight and even manages to seduce the town Sheriff who covers for her! DVD release Jan 27, 2015!
Miss Meadows- prim and proper: as sweet as can be
A smile so wide, she can't avoid it
School teacher that everyone thinks they know
The mask is softly upon her, behind it... fury flows

Have you seen her tears, have you?
Have you seen her sadness, seen her inner blues?
She has impeccable manners and grace
But a Colt M1908 (.25 ACP) aimed at you!

Miss Meadows- tap dancing free, femininity
Dress of floral pattern, soft eyes, purpose-driven vigilante
Miss Meadows- erasing evil deeds, serving injustice needs
Damning the existence of bloodthirsty, prowling freaks

When her moral compass swings, often acts so cruel?
Never!!! Unlike police, by darkness is not fooled
Sometimes she might be careless, witnessed by somebody
But pedophiles and murderers will never hurt anybody

After Miss Meadows leaves them dead and rotting!!!

No need for disguise (speaks) “Too-da-loo”
Shots to the face or crotch, she knows just what to do
Dispatches felons confidently
Again and again, all the time (they MUST die)... more than just a few

Miss Meadows- tap dancing free, femininity
Dress of floral pattern, soft eyes, purpose-driven vigilante
Miss Meadows- erasing evil deeds, serving injustice needs
Damning the existence of bloodthirsty, prowling freaks

A new school every year, targets new
Location changes bring trial and error (trial and error)
Teaching morals to children- the right thing to do
Quietly bringing an end to local crime and unseen terrors

Lovely sight to see, gun-barrel justice doled out with glee
Entangled with a man, guy with a badge, will he reveal her?

No, he reveres her!!!

With her no smoke and mirrors (no smoke and mirrors)
In the open, yet so little clues, just courage (to risk heat)
Promises to stop? Well... maybe... (pregnant, with a belly round)
Gives birth, is up, back on her feet (does a turn-around?)

(Sheriff husband lets her walk around)

Grabs her loaded purse and takes a stroll “around” her town

Miss Meadows- tap dancing free, femininity
Dress of floral pattern, soft eyes, purpose-driven vigilante
Miss Meadows- erasing evil deeds, serving injustice needs
Damning the existence of bloodthirsty, evil freaks

God bless Miss Meadows...

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