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Song Parodies -> "From Eiffel"

Original Song Title:

"If I Fell"

Original Performer:

Beatles

Parody Song Title:

"From Eiffel"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

*"Street" in French.
From the high Eiffel he flew,
With a promissory due—
No help from the tight bank.
He was on the highest floor,
For just seconds he did soar,
Then hit the Right Bank.

When he gave his IOU,
He was quite sure—
Though the vig was high—
He knew where she kept her coffer.

He would bust into it, seize
Her jewels and ride.
But he pops the lid and sees,
She did hide them elsewhere!

No, he couldn't stand the pain
From guys who'd order him to be shoved from a plane.

So he hopes to flee these guys
Who love to shove you
Vertically. They spy
Him—a fate that he'll rue.
He "fell" from Eiffel to rue*.


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Rick D - November 18, 2004 - Report this comment
A towering effort.

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