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Song Parodies -> "This Mammon Moment"

Original Song Title:

"This Magic Moment"

Original Performer:

Jay and the Americans

Parody Song Title:

"This Mammon Moment"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

This Mammon moment--
As a grifter I grew
And became a lover
Of the filthy lu-

cre; I am happy
When I've prised every prize
Right out of the hands of you.
I'm with the greedy guys.

Sweeter than dimes,
Dollars are money delight.
Everything I wanna have! (everything!! everything!!!)
Clenched have I my rubles tight.

This Mammon moment:
This Mammon moment:

Sweet when they're mine,
Dollars are money delight.
Everything I wanna have! (everything!! everything!!!)
Clenched have I my lucre tight.

This Mammon moment,
I don't tip; the waiters whine.
Till cash forever
Forever filled with yen. All mine!

Go-o-o-old (Mammon)
Ho-o-o-old (moment)
[to fade]

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alvin - January 15, 2008 - Report this comment
that was rich !
John Barry - January 15, 2008 - Report this comment
Thanks, Alvin.

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