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Song Parodies -> "Anna Nicolactic Shock!"

Original Song Title:

"Twentieth Century Fox"

Original Performer:

The Doors

Parody Song Title:

"Anna Nicolactic Shock!"

Parody Written by:

Lionel Mertens

The Lyrics

anaphylactic shock Anaphylaxis is an acute systemic ( multi-system) and severe allergic reaction. The term comes from the Greek words ana (against) and phylaxis (protection).[1] Anaphylaxis occurs when a person is exposed to a trigger substance, called an allergen, to which they have already become sensitized. Minute amounts of allergens may cause a life-threatening anaphylactic reaction. Anaphylaxis may occur after ingestion, inhalation (though this is rare), skin contact, or injection of an allergen.[2] The most severe type of anaphylaxis—anaphylactic shock—will usually lead to death in a matter of minutes if left untreated. An estimated 1.24% to 16.8% of the population of the United States may suffer from anaphylactic reactions, 0.002% of whom may experience fatal results.[3] Most common presentation is sudden cardiovascular collapse (88% of reported cases of severe anaphylaxis).[citation needed] Researchers typically distinguish between "true anaphylaxis" and "pseudo-anaphylaxis." The symptoms, treatment, and risk of death are identical, but "true" anaphylaxis is always caused directly by degranulation of mast cells or basophils that is mediated by immunoglobulin E (IgE), and pseudo-anaphylaxis occurs due to all other causes. The distinction is only important for researchers who are studying mechanisms of allergic reactions, and it may frustrate patients who feel they are being told that a life-threatening allergic reaction wasn't "real."



Well, she’s posthumously big
And she’s posthumously great
She always had a gig
She always filled her plate
But now she’s dead
What killed this Goldilocks?

Was it Anna Nicolactic Shock?
Was it Anna Nicolactic Shock?
New clues, old news
What happened to, her doc?
Was it Anna Nicolactic Shock?

She’s the queen that slurred
And she’s the lady that sleeps
Since her soul left earth
Her legend’s grown by leaps
Just thirty-nine
In a cemetery box

So was it Anna Nicolactic Shock?
Was it Anna Nicolactic Shock?
With a full tox screen
What happened to this fox?
Was it Anna Nicolactic Shock? (how sad)
Anna Nicolactic Shock? (how sad)
Was it Anna Nicolactic Shock?

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Dylan Baranski - May 13, 2007 - Report this comment
Sniff...I miss Anna Nicole Smith. She was so hot. I know this sounds crazy (but hey, I have autism, and that tends to make people crazy), but I believe that her death was a terrorist plot.
alvin - May 13, 2007 - Report this comment
i must be sick cause i found this funny...5s
Michael Pacholek - May 14, 2007 - Report this comment
Now it can be told: Lionel is the father of a great parody.
Lionel Mertens - May 14, 2007 - Report this comment
Well thanks alvin and Michael P.

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