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Song Parodies -> "Ritzy Glitzy Dreamy Streamy Fountain Sculptured By"

Original Song Title:

"Itsy Bitsy Teeny Weeny Yellow Polka Dot Bikini"

Original Performer:

Brian Hyland

Parody Song Title:

"Ritzy Glitzy Dreamy Streamy Fountain Sculptured By"

Parody Written by:

Alvin Rhodes

The Lyrics

gian lorenzo bernini (1598-1680) sculpted the "fontana dei quattro fiumi" to pay tribute to four great rivers...it is located in the piazza navona in rome and is an important part of the plot in dan brown's novel "angels and demons"
he went and made them a paean to water
those four rivers that lead to the sea
he went and made it real good like he oughta
he went and made it as good as can be

1-2-3-4...rivers that we all adore
it was a ritzy glitzy dreamy streamy
fountain sculptured by bernini
that he carved to be put on display
a ritzy glitzy dreamy streamy
fountain sculptured by bernini
and i just can't wait...to see it...today

it was as grand as the people were hopin'
it was so grand that the people adored
it had curves oh so graceful and slopin'
and the tourists who see it are floored

1-2-3-4...rivers that we all adore
it was a ritzy glitzy dreamy streamy
fountain sculptured by bernini
that he carved to be put on display
a ritzy glitzy dreamy streamy
fountain sculptured by bernini
and i just can't wait...to see it...today

yes, the ganges is such sacred water
and the nile is the longest, its true
can't forget that ol' rio de plata
or the danube, described as so blue

1-2-3-4...rivers that we all adore
it was a ritzy glitzy dreamy streamy
fountain sculptured by bernini
that he carved to be put on display
a ritzy glitzy dreamy streamy
fountain sculptured by bernini
and i just can't wait...to see it...today

for these waters, he had made it
you can almost hear it roar
its a tribute to the waters
yeah, that's what he made it for




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Invisible Boy - December 18, 2007 - Report this comment
excellent rhyming and a history lesson to boot...
AFW - December 18, 2007 - Report this comment
Although I'm into sculpturing a lot, I see you have carved this out very well...Is this what they call "The Fountains of Rome" ?
littleCupCakes - December 18, 2007 - Report this comment
Sir Alvin, ~ Duke of Roads au Parody ~ This is very nice indeed! My first visit to Europe was to see the fountains in Rome in 2005.
alvin - December 18, 2007 - Report this comment
thanks IB, AFW and littleCupCakes...never been to europe....never even knew about this fountain till i read dan brown's book
PMS - December 18, 2007 - Report this comment
Brilliant
alvin - December 18, 2007 - Report this comment
thanks PMS
Rex - December 18, 2007 - Report this comment
You'd get my 5's just for the title, but the entire parody flowed well. Enjoyed this!
alvin - December 19, 2007 - Report this comment
thanks rex
adagio - December 19, 2007 - Report this comment
I'm impressed, alvin! Not only did you make it fun, but threw in some culture too. 5's
alvin - January 10, 2008 - Report this comment
thanks adagio

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