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Song Parodies -> "Genie"

Original Song Title:

"Gigi"

Original Performer:

Gigi soundtrack

Parody Song Title:

"Genie"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

Genie,
I found the lamp and then I shined,
And you materialized right before my eyes.
O genie,
I could have three wishes, you did apprise.

Genie,
I wished that each day I could have another girl anew. . .
Used the wrong word--the first appeared, and she was two.

So genie,
I said cancel that in a wink,
Which made me think: "Pissed away two wishes so far!"

Yo, genie,
You know, this isn't quite like wishing on a star.
In dark recesses I conspired. . .
The third wish at him I fired.
I said, "Get ready, this one's going to raise the bar!

Give me wishes--number higher
Than growing trade gap with China!"
Puff of smoke--I awoke. . .daydreaming in my car.

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