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Song Parodies -> "JC Beatlefan #2(Where's the Fabs?)"

Original Song Title:

"JC Superstar #2 (What's the Buzz?)"

Original Performer:

Andrew Lloyd Webber/Tim Rice

Parody Song Title:

"JC Beatlefan #2(Where's the Fabs?)"

Parody Written by:

Rick Duncan

The Lyrics

I attempted to parody the entire musical "Jesus Christ, Superstar". I have gotten halfway through, eleven songs worth. My intent is not so much humor, but to incorporate as much as I could a history of the Beatles, through the eyes of a young fan. I have listed the songs this way so they will appear in order on my list. Here's song one and two today.
Where'sJC SUPERSTAR PARODY-SONG #2

WHERE'S THE FABS? (What's the Buzz)

BEATLE FANS:

Where's the Fabs? Tell me where they're happening

DISC JOCKEYS:

We will play you songs and albums
It's all part of Beatlemania
Even tell you where they're playing..

BEATLE FANS:

When are they going on Ed Sullivan?....

DISC JOCKEYS:

February ninth, and we're giving out some tickets
Lucky fans will get to go
If you answer just one question
You might get to see the show....

BEATLE FANS:

We want Fabs! Let me see Ed Sullivan..

JESSE'S MOM: (To Dad)

Let me try to cool down your rage a bit

JESSE'S DAD:

That sounds nice, so nice
Mother that sounds good
How I love that Belafonte
And the jazz greats of my day
How I love to hear the music
Of Kate Smith and Doris Day

BEATLE FANS:

Where's the Fabs? Tell me where they're happening.................

This will continue tomorrow...

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Johnny D - July 13, 2004 - Report this comment
Keep 'em comin', I'm readin' 'em.
Rick D - July 13, 2004 - Report this comment
I'm putting them on for you, Johnny. Looks like I'm developing an anti-fan club.
Agrimorfee - July 13, 2004 - Report this comment
I'm lost Rick, this doesn't read like the original tune, looks like scratch notes...of course my JCS source would be the original recording w/ Ian Gillan of Deep Purple as JC and Murray Head as Judas...you working off of some other source?
Rick D - July 13, 2004 - Report this comment
Agri, I'm working from the libretto that came with the 1970 album with the people you mentioned. The chorus lines "What's the buzz, tell me what's a-happenin'" repeat four times each, but they only printed them one line each time (to save space, I guess). I actually used your Pink Floyd opuses as an inspiration. You have a more "free train of thought" style that I went with, letting the lyric take me along to odd places. Mari remarked that it wasn't as funny as my usual meanderings. It being somewhat autobiographical, I went with anguish instead.

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