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Song Parodies -> "Behind Blue Velvet"

Original Song Title:

"Blue Velvet"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Bobby Vinton

Parody Song Title:

"Behind Blue Velvet"

Parody Written by:

William Tong

The Lyrics

Attorney General John Ashcroft orders the semi-nude Spirit of Justice statue at the Dept. of Justice hidden behind a blue velvet curtain, causing even Republicans to wonder if he's nuts.
(instrumental intro)

Behind blue velvet...
I want that statue out of sight.
Hide her bare bosom from the light.
Sin devours.

Behind blue velvet...
Behind blue velvet, shield your eyes.
I've had my say, realize
I've got powers.

No, I don't take this lightly.
Sin we must capture, so
We can blame liberals, rightly.
Morals bereft; so go and throw on blue... velvet...

Cover her chest, so you can't see.
Though she's a statue, don't tell me,
"Hey! Who cares?"
Hope no one can see through velvet...
So, who dares?!

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