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Song Parodies -> "Professor Lupin"

Original Song Title:

"Something Stupid"

Original Performer:

Frank and Nancy Sinatra

Parody Song Title:

"Professor Lupin"

Parody Written by:

Phil Alexander

The Lyrics

"Loup-garou" (pronounced "loo garoo") is the French for "werewolf" - I use it, not because I'm feeling pretentions (pretentious, moi?), but because it's easier to rhyme than "werewolf"... and it fits the original damn near perfectly.
I know that on the train
That he saved Harry (once again)
From a dementor or three
And if we see a big black hound
I know he'll be around
Greeting it, friendlily

Then afterwards we drop into a little screaming shack
Under the the Whomping Willoo
And then you go and spoil it all
By saying that Prof Lupin
Is a loup-garou

[I know] in your heart of hearts
That your Defense 'gainst the Dark Arts
Professor's kinda scary
And though you think I'm talking bull
The moon is full
And Lupin's getting rather hairy

And just the other day
Snape said we must write an essay
On this peculiar topic
It took me, well, ages
To tell an animagus
From the lycanthropic

The moon is high, his howling fills my head
His eyes are red
As he turns.. right on cue
And then you go and spoil it all
By pointing out Prof Lupin
Is a loup-garou
A loup-garou

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Stuart McArthur - December 10, 2004 - Report this comment
not a potter-head - tried it, don't get it, but I love doing parodies of this OS - one of my faves - good one Phil - 555
Ashkicksass - December 10, 2004 - Report this comment
Potter-head! LOL! I am a total and complete Potter-head, and I LOVE this! And Lupin. And book 3! Wahoo Phil!
John Barry - December 10, 2004 - Report this comment
15 howls, Phil. And thanks for the loup-garou reminder. . .gives me an idea.
alvin rhodes - December 10, 2004 - Report this comment
good phrase to know if one is hunting werewolves in france...nice job on this...5s
Jeff Reuben - December 10, 2004 - Report this comment
Have to download the original, but loved the lyrics!
Arwen - December 10, 2004 - Report this comment
I'm a Potter head of the worst proportions...and I loved this read, too...but I don't know the song...=( I'll have to see if I can find it.
Jake A Ralphing (Luke Brattoni) - December 11, 2004 - Report this comment
I only know the chorus, so extemporised the rest hummingly. I hear those pretentious Beauxbatons have Fruit Loup-Garous every morning. Nice parody.
Phil Alexander - December 11, 2004 - Report this comment
If you're looking for the original, it was recently covered by Nicole Kidman and Robbie Williams, which might be an easier one to find. My children have recently got the HPPoA video, so I've had a bit of a Lupin overdose recently - I'd guess the name Lupin/Loup-garou ("loup" being the French for "wolf") isn't a coincidence... thinking a bit more about it, "lupine" means wolf-like... so maybe when Hermione was asked how she knew he's a werewolf, she should have said "'cause that's your name, dummy"
pickle - December 12, 2004 - Report this comment
I'm sure there was a band called Loop Guru in the 90's too. Good parody!

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