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Song Parodies -> "Belladonna"

Original Song Title:

"Mona Lisa"

Original Performer:

Nat King Cole

Parody Song Title:


Parody Written by:

K. Letterman

The Lyrics

In Roman history, Agrippina was power hungry and allegedly murdered many to help further her ambitions. This also includes her alleged poisoning of her husband, Claudius, with belladonna. Thus, the song below.
Belladonna, belladonna
How I want you
You’re my kind of angel
With your curling smile
Is it only ‘cause you’re lethal
Most will fear you
But my belladonna, beauty
Is your style

Did you grow
To give me power
For it’s not foul play
To still a husband’s heart.
Many dreams
Tell me you’ll be my next step
Then he’ll lie there
And he’ll die there

Are you bold
Like I feel
You take the lives and take their
Spirits for a walk

Is it vile
To end a lover
Or is this fair play
To help fate play its part?
Many schemes
Have borne fruit from your darkness
So should I care
And should I dare?

You hold charm
And appeal
You are so warm and winsome,
Nature’s darkest art.

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