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Song Parodies -> "Fly Me To The Evil"

Original Song Title:

"Fly Me To The Moon"

Original Performer:

Frank Sinatra

Parody Song Title:

"Fly Me To The Evil"

Parody Written by:

Gary Ray

The Lyrics

With a photo of the American flag on the moon as a backdrop, at NASA Headquarters in Washington, Jan. 14, 2004, Bush proposed to develop a new spacecraft to carry Americans back to the moon by 2015, and to establish a long-term base there as an eventual springboard to Mars and beyond. Allegedly, after his speech, he unexpectedly launched into his version of a popular old song.
Fly me to the moon
Let me fly among those stars
Let me find an evil axis
On jupiter and mars

In other words in my war fling
I'll conquer them like before
Make my tycoon friends sing
While they shove it up your back door

Bless me and this little song
Glory and empire are all I long for--
God won't let me do any wrong
So please worship me for my war

In other words, believe me, hun'
When I tell you
If I'm not loved by some one
They'll be in my cross-hairs, too.

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Laurence Dunne - January 21, 2004 - Report this comment
Gary, as a new contributor, welcome to the site. I'm sure this parody was not copied, but for future references, do search the song library to ensure that your idea was original...... This one was done before (see Assuming you hadn't looked at the previous posting, your idea was very good. However, you will need to scan with the original more closely (the original had six lines per verse, not 4) and match the pacing more carefully. Also, the rythming is important. Good idea though (assuming it was original) and please keep posting.
Proteus - January 21, 2004 - Report this comment
Diddo that
Gary Ray - January 23, 2004 - Report this comment
Thanks for your input. I think I can do a lot better next time. This was my first attempt, and I should've had the tune playing while I was composing in order to keep the rythym. If you think of it as a poem only, it isn't as bad. ;-)

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