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Song Parodies -> "Stapleton Died"

Original Song Title:

"Wild Honey Pie"

Original Performer:

The Beatles

Parody Song Title:

"Stapleton Died"

Parody Written by:

Robert D. Arndt Jr.

The Lyrics

Jean Stapleton, who came from a musical and theatrical background and who fought for Women's Rights in the 1970s, has recently died at the age of 90 of natural causes. She is best known for her performance as Archie's wife, Edith Bunker, on the tv show "All in the Family" (based on the Brit series "'Till Death Us Do Part."
Archie's wife
Archie's wife

Verbal strife
Verbal strife

"Dingbat" life
Sense of right
Was polite
Shared spotlight

Edith... no (issue) Black & White

(When mad at Archie)

No beer can, food tonight!

[Stapleton- sheer delight]

"Those were the days!!!"



Was fun to see her with Meg Ryan in "You've Got Mail" :)

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