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Song Parodies -> "Dragon's Lair"

Original Song Title:

"One Fine Day"

Original Performer:

The Chiffons

Parody Song Title:

"Dragon's Lair"

Parody Written by:

Arcade Junkie

The Lyrics

Yes, it's true! Don Bluth made this granddaddy of laserdisc games a classic.
Dragon's Lair, stars Dirk the Daring
He'll capture Daphne for his love for her
Dragon's Lair, The laserdisc game for us all

A far-away land, deep and wide
He's wears a suit and sword, right by his side
Dragon's Lair, the laserdisc game for us all

I have a controller and a button
To move Dirk the daring around
I'll keep playing, and someday darling
I'll knock that Singe the Dragon to the ground
Oh!

If I use, that life once more
I'll see him in his bones, cracked to the floor
Dragon's Lair, a laserdisc game for us all

(sax solo)

Dragon's Lair, the laserdisc game for us all!

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