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Song Parodies -> "And The Beat Goes On (2002)"

Original Song Title:

"And The Beat Goes On"

Original Performer:

Sonny and Cher

Parody Song Title:

"And The Beat Goes On (2002)"

Parody Written by:

Tim Hall

The Lyrics

This autobiographical version of And The Beat Goes On highlights the lives of Sonny and Cher from the 1950's to today.
CHORUS:
The beat goes on; the beat goes on
Cher keeps pounding
A rhythm to the brain
La de da de de, la de da de da

Sonny helped build Disneyland, hey, habe
He met Cher and said I Got You, Babe
They once had a hit show on CBS
After cancellation, their lives were a mess

Chorus

Sonny opened some restaurants; uh huh
Cher won a Grammy for Moonstruck, uh huh
Next thing he is mayor of Palm Springs
If I Could Turn Back Time means that Cher still sings

Chorus

After Palm Springs, he was in Congress
In Lake Tahoe, he met a tree he couldn't miss
Cher's song Believe was a surprise hit
Fans still cry, "Hey Cher,
is this really it?"

Chorus

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