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Song Parodies -> "Send In Their Clones"

Original Song Title:

"Send In The Clowns"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Send In Their Clones"

Parody Written by:

El DeRoblo

The Lyrics

Are we from space, are we from there?
Raelians on earth on the ground,
You way out there
Send in the clones.

Is it a myth, do they approve?
Ones who keeps flying around
One who can't prove
Where are the clones?
Send in the clones.

Just when they stopped opened their doors,
Finally showing the one that they created was ours.
Making an entrance again with unusual hair,
Short on good looks
No clone was there.

Don't you love farce?
Their fault I fear,
We thought that you'd want what we want,
Sorry my dear
But where are the clones
They bought many clones
Quick send in the clones

What a surprise!
Who could foresee
We'd come to see about them
That ladies bad teeth?
Why only now when I see
That they've brushed em away?
What a surprise...
What a cliche'...

Isn't he rich, does he drink beer
Losing the funding this late in his career
And where are the clones
Quick send in the clones
Don't bother, they're here.

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