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Song Parodies -> "I Can't Help Falling In Love with U"

Original Song Title:

"I Can't Help Falling in Love with You"

Original Performer:

Elvis Presley

Parody Song Title:

"I Can't Help Falling In Love with U"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

Write men say, and when school we’re in,
the alphabet all of us must pursue.
So with A
is where we begin.
We learn to spell all words when we are through.

After the A goes B then C, D, E
and then after those,
it flows all way to Z.

Hey, my stand: all the rest can screw!
For I can’t help falling in love with U.

I know, a no-no’s what you’ll lay on me
“There could not be prose with just U, you agree?”

Take that plan, place it in the loo.
You know full well—fallen have I, oh U!
Go to spell hell—all I want is the U.

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Pacing: 4.7
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Overall Rating: 4.7

Total Votes: 3

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lifeliver - August 30, 2012 - Report this comment
Another unusual approach, but you lost me a little on pacing here and there. A wealth of rhyming possibilities in the alphabet, people should use it more.

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