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Song Parodies -> "Pisa's Lean Trattoria"

Original Song Title:

"Santa Lucia"

Original Performer:

Elvis Presley

Parody Song Title:

"Pisa's Lean Trattoria"

Parody Written by:

Dr Giorgio Coniglio dec

The Lyrics

"Santa Lucia" was a traditional song in the Neapolitan language, describing the appeal of an evening boat trip on the harbor in the Borgo (district of) Santa Lucia of Naples; it became a popular song after translation into Italian in 1849. It has been performed and recorded by many operatic singers e.g. Caruso, Lanza, Pavarotti and Bocelli; also by Elvis Presley (first verse only).
Sneaking treats from his own gelateria,
Gino was suffering frank diarrhea,
“Flatus: such awful gas;
Gelati? I’d better pass."
Bought a bakery(a) , now lives lactose-free-a.

Reprise: Where is Gino? Let's look and see, ah!
Tasting dough in his pasticceria,
“Food-induced ills persist;
Physicians, they now insist
I should call it quits, and .. exist gluten-free-a."

Fat-free meals: Gino dreamed this fine idea
For his food enterprise number th(a)ree-a
(He had grown quite obese,
Once GI symptoms ceased) –
Now he'd start up Pisa's 'Lean Trattoria'.



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