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Song Parodies -> "The In-Oslo-Spilled 'Scream'"

Original Song Title:

"The Impossible Dream"

Original Performer:

Man of LaManca soundtrack

Parody Song Title:

"The In-Oslo-Spilled 'Scream'"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

"The Scream," the in-Oslo-spilled scream--
There's fright in the "Oh!" of that schmoe.
He's wearing no arable cornrows--
Like Trump, got no hair; Trump goes faux--
Uptight, and a face a mite long.
The sun doesn't rise up to far
In sky, so Norwegians are teary.
They screech and beseech and hit bars.

That was Munch's quest: to show the deep scars
In mankind's hopelessness, adrift in the stars.
Yet bright is the light that his palette has caused;
He has spilled some fiery red and yel-low, under which, paused,
Is the schmoe--can't tell if it's a dude by the way that it's dressed.
Does this art show guy, guy with face in his arms?
Perhaps wrong I have guessed.
Could be girl, a shaven tressless miss,
Not a man. There's androgynous parts.
Who knows? There seems no ounce of courage. . .
A screech in this stealable art.

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alvin - October 07, 2008 - Report this comment
title of the day...great concept too

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