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Song Parodies -> "Wax Man"

Original Song Title:

"Taxman"

Original Performer:

The Beatles

Parody Song Title:

"Wax Man"

Parody Written by:

Malcolm Higgins

The Lyrics

let me tell you how it will be
I'm dead, now it's toussad's for me
now I'm a wax man, yeah I'm a wax man

my first display was in the hall
but my big head was way too tall
cause I'm a wax man yeah I'm a wax man

approved in life by all your kin
but mummified, it's not a sin
my ash is still inside a bin,
but you'd never know if you look in

wax man!
cause I'm a wax man yeah I'm a wax man

don't be too hard it's not a trick ( ah mr wilson)
hope you don't melt , cause that's just sick
I have a special part, just guess your pick
no, it's not down there, it is my wick

now my advice for death is plain to see
a house of horror's next for me
cause I'm a wax man yeah a wax man

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