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Song Parodies -> "Christopher Lee"

Original Song Title:

"Cooler Than Me"

Original Performer:

Mike Posner

Parody Song Title:

"Christopher Lee"

Parody Written by:

Matthias

The Lyrics

Rest In Peace Sir Christopher Lee: 1922-2015. He lived to the ripe old age of 93 and he did so much in his life playing so many icon roles his most famous one and most played one was Dracula (appearance as such in about 10 films). He also played other icon roles as well such as Saruman in "Lord of the Rings", Count Dooku in the "Star Wars" films and Francisco Scaramanga in "Man With The Golden Gun". He will surely be missed.
This horror icon is gone
He used to suck up blood
When he was Hammer’s Dracula he caused some harm
In over 200 flicks
And was a Lieutenant
He’s a man who could boast
Because he’s Christopher Lee

Starred in Lord of the Rings
As the Dark Lord king
Saruman was renowned and he’s Christopher Lee
Might think it’s insane
In the band Charlemagne
When I said that he rocks I meant that literally

You heard each role growl
Villains and freaks
With a permanent frown
Such a great Brit
When he shoots you that super stern look
You will want to run and hide

Sssss…
Count Dooku blasts lightning bolts
Watch out as Yoda flies and he is beat
Villain in James Bond… Playing Francisco mean as a Hun
“The Man with the Golden Gun”

His acting skills are quite strong
Starred in “The Oblong Box”
Heard his voice in “Corpse Bride” and “The Last Unicorn”
I don’t know which one to pick
I need to have my fix
Dracula gets my vote
Grab drinks with Christopher Lee

He’s got huge pointed fangs
When rose from the grave
In “The Satanic Rites” there is Christopher Lee
He wears a black cape
And he’ll chomp on your nape
“The Prince of Darkness” has starred that Christopher Lee

Made horror buffs proud
Stiff when he walked
The monster role he took in “Frankenstein”
Hearing him groan the audience shook
With his arms stretched won’t show poise
Grrrr…

“Gremlins 2”… “Sleepy Hollow”
In a buttload of films he can be seen
In horror make up, some bloody clothes too and nasty scars
That’s how he was a big star

He’ll haunt our dreams (He’ll haunt our dreams)
Since we’re without (Since we are without)
Christopher Lee (Sir Chris Lee)
Once played undead in a shroud

So now we’re saying “So Long”
To this actor we loved
We’re wishing that he would rise up like Dracula
Cause he has quite the long list
Of great accomplishments
Mostly biting on throats
Because he’s Christopher Lee

Lived to a ripe old age
And the screen was graced
This performer we crowned was named Christopher Lee
Some great roles he played
By Van Helsing was slain
We lost Peter Cushing and also Christopher Lee

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Rob Arndt - June 16, 2015 - Report this comment
I always like Lee in the Hammer horror series. Guy creeped me out. Second only to Vincent Price IMHO. 555 for the tribute!

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