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Song Parodies -> "Better Flee"

Original Song Title:

"Let It Be"

Original Performer:

Beatles

Parody Song Title:

"Better Flee"

Parody Written by:

Claude Prez

The Lyrics

Dedicated to the memory of Glen "2nz" Stollberger. No, he's not dead; he's just gettin' hitched. Congratulations, dude. And thanks for the idea.
When I find myself engaged to marry, dear old Dad comes up to me
Speaking words of wisdom: better flee
And at my bachelor party, all my groomsmen make this drunken plea:
Dude, you will regret thish -- better fleee

Better flee, better flee, it’s like hell with -- more ennui
Wedlock’s worse than hemlock -- better flee

Of course, I didn’t listen; see, those jerks don’t understand that we--
Wait, my wife just called me: better flee
As I was saying-- CRAP! I just forgot our anniversary!
Bitch is gonna kill me -- better fleeeeeeee

Better flee, better flee, to the land of Honalee
Find my magic dragon, better flee

Better flee, better flee, if it’s free you want to be
This is worse than prison; better flee

Better flee, better flee, you can take this tip from me
Think you should get married? Better fleeee-heeeeee

Although you’ll have some good times, you will also beg to disagree
And man, get used to begging -- better flee
And “MAy I TRy your MONeY” can be shortened to “matrimony”
THAT’S NOT ACCIDENTAL!!!! Better flee-yeeeeeeeeeeee

Better flee, better flee, or you will be watching “Glee”
Don’t just hand ‘em over; better fleeee

Better flee, better flee, I hear it’s nice in Tuscan-y
Succubus has got you -- better fleeee-yeeeeeeeee

Better flee, better flee, you will not live happileee
Ever after neutered; better fleeeeeee-heeeeeeeeeeee

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Matthias - April 15, 2011 - Report this comment
So glad I'm not married... I did flee and was better because of it.
AFW - April 15, 2011 - Report this comment
I agree, Claude....with your right-on advice. And many really good lines in here, like the 'Matrimony, Money" phrase. Should be performed at all rehearsal dinners, before it's too late.. :)
John Barry - April 15, 2011 - Report this comment
Loved it--especially the wedlock-hemlock line.
Red Ant - April 16, 2011 - Report this comment
I havent been on the site in months and click in to find this gem. grats Glen and great work Claude. The missus and I separated back in September...
Phil Alexander - April 18, 2011 - Report this comment
Better flee to Honalee and find your magic dragon.. what are you, some kind of Puff? ;-)
Glen S - June 21, 2011 - Report this comment
MAN, This is very hilarious Claude. And I'm a damn fleeing fool for not checking on your parodies since... well how bout that, since I got MARRIED! Hows THAT for proof. Thanks everyone also for the well wishes. RED- That stinks, but hopefully you won't have to do anywhere near as much fleeing now. I hope you are doing well and that time has been healing.

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