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Song Parodies -> "Mona Lisa, da Vinci’s"

Original Song Title:

"Inna Gadda Da Vida"

Original Performer:

Iron Butterfly

Parody Song Title:

"Mona Lisa, da Vinci’s"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

Mona Lisa, da Vinci’s lady,
et elle se trouve en le Louvre.
Mona Lisa: da Vinci’s honey.
From that museum she will not move.

Mona prompted Presley
to try his hand
at the song Nat King C.
sang with a band
and gave his brand.

Mona Lisa, da Vinci’s lady. . .
mellow lyrics from Nat me move.
Mona Lisa by Elvis: jumpy,
speeded up with a rocking groove.

Version by Nat King C.
could be called bland
if you favor Presley
and smaller band
with the King’s brand.

Mona Lisa, da Vinci’s lady
got two parodists in the groove
“Mona Lisa” take-offs came daily
What were these two dudes trying to prove?

Some might say they’re crazy,
taking this stand
At least they’re not lazy
as they’d expand,
numbers at hand.

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Overall Rating: 5.0

Total Votes: 3

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Peregrin - October 09, 2012 - Report this comment
Gotta love an Iron Butterfly parody, JAB! Hard OS to do as well :)
John Barry - October 09, 2012 - Report this comment
Thanks, Peregrin.

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