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Song Parodies -> "Nobody Sang 'em Better"

Original Song Title:

"Nobody Does It Better"

Original Performer:

Carly Simon

Parody Song Title:

"Nobody Sang 'em Better"

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The Lyrics

Nobody Sang 'em Better
Nobody else ever could
He soared lightyears out from everyone else
Way beyond just good..

I'm talkin' Francis, yeah, Albert Sinatra
He had the cool, the class, the sound
Got his start as a crooner
No other tuner
Can match the magic spell he spread around

No, Nobody Sang 'em Better
With charm and great tone, he was blessed
Nobody done it quite the way he did
Made us forget all the rest..

He mastered the music,
And mastered the movies
Not much of show biz he could'nt do
The Las Vegas Rat pack,
Who could forget that pack?
When a style grew old, he'd switch to new..

Oh, and Nobody Sang 'em Better
Crosby, or Como, or who..
He had charisma multiplied by ten
Captured ladies hearts with eyes of blue

Frank just done it best,
Better than the rest,
Frank, you were the best.

Ring a ding ding, yeah,

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Stan Hall - November 10, 2008 - Report this comment
Well said ... tho' I must say that, in his "Chairman of the Board" phase, I found Ol' Blue Eyes no more and maybe less entertaining than Joe Piscopo's impression of same. To my ears, Tony Bennet wore (wears!) better in the grvel days. :-)
alvin - November 10, 2008 - Report this comment
fit the reverent tone of the OS well
DivaLasVegas - November 10, 2008 - Report this comment
Sir L'AIR, this is a fitting tribute to a master of American English! Many EuroImmigrants have told me that they learned & honed their English from listening to SINATRA ! I did get the chance to see Him, twice! Once here at CircleStarTheater in NorCAL, and once in LasVegas with J-ONE & ~JJ~ . It was phenominal experience . . . all around, Sir L'AIR ! My GrandPaw was a lot like him, too! (including the blueEyes!)
VivaLaDifference - November 10, 2008 - Report this comment
Ok, Ok, I admit that TonyB is a great singer, but the difference between him & TheChairMan is like CasaDores ~VS~ CABO-One, got it now, guys? ?
AFW - November 10, 2008 - Report this comment
Thanks, Stan...everyone has their own favorite...I still ring for ring a ding ding...and thanks, alvin, and thanks, DLV...never saw him in person...always like the early musicals, like, "Take Me Out To The Ball Game", and "On The Town"...
LilCoogin'Couga - November 10, 2008 - Report this comment
Sir Stan, now just Light a cigar, Pour a little Cabo-Wabo(or even Jose CuerVO), Lower the lights . . . and Listen to " I GOT A WOMAN, CRAZY FOR ME " or "Dancin' In the Dark" it's heaven, Sir ! Nobody, nohow, no way can sing like that ! (except Frank Jr., oh yeah!) That's why at the tender age of 17, he was called the Voice!
Stan Hall - November 10, 2008 - Report this comment
LCC -- now, read the specifics in my caveat re FS. 17 somewhat preceded the COTB persona that lost me. (And keep the Cuervo -- make mine Laphroaig, Lagavulin, Caol Isla, or Talisker.) :-)

AFW -- I love all thse old flicks, too. TCM is my go-to channel. :-)

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