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Song Parodies -> "He-who-must-not-be-named"

Original Song Title:

"The Phantom Of The Operah"

Original Performer:

Andrew Lloyed Weber

Parody Song Title:

"He-who-must-not-be-named"

Parody Written by:

Dylan

The Lyrics

VOLDEMORT AND HARRY POTTER'S DUET
Harry:
IN the first book he tried to kill me, In the second book there was a snake,
That man which comes to me, And speaks my name.
And will I live again? For now I find.
HE-WHO-MUST-NOT-BE-NAMED is there-Inside my mind.

VOLDEMORT:
Fight once again with me, our strange Duel,
My power over you, grows stronger yet.
And though you hurt me , And love Dumbledore
HE-WHO-MUST-NOT-BE-NAMED is there -inside your mind.

HARRY:
Those who have seen your face,
Start to die.
I try to kill you

VOLDEMORT
It's me they Fear.

Both:
You're/my enemy and my/you're spell in one combined.
HE-WHO-MUST-NOT-BE-NAMED is there inside my/your mind.

(in the background)
He's in Hogwarts ,HE-WHO-MUST-NOT-BE-NAMED. . .
Beware HE-WHO-MUST-NOT-BE-NAMED. . .

VOLDEMORT:
In all your tragedies ,you always knew that man and mystery . . .

HARRY:
...Were both in you.

BOTH
And in the forth, when you/I killed cedric,
HE-WHO-MUST-NOT-BE-NAMED is there/here inside your/my mind . . .

VOLDEMORT:
Cast spells, my wizard of Hogwarts

HARRY:
He's there, HE-WHO-MUST-NOT-BE-NAMED...
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Pacing: 2.1
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Overall Rating: 2.7

Total Votes: 15

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Carlos - July 22, 2005 - Report this comment
Not bad. Very clever for HP fans.
Stray Pooch - July 22, 2005 - Report this comment
It's all about the pacing. From your very first line it was quite far off. The idea is actually VERY good. The odd relationship between Christine and the Phantom does have some similarities to Harry & Voldemort. This was a clever and very "strange duet." But your execution was not up to the task. Aside from pacing, there were rhyme scheme issues and just general construction errors that really detracted. Personally, I would actually like to see you rework this piece with an eye toward appropriate rhyming and pacing. It really is a clever idea. But the execution makes me want to shove a bezoar down my throat. Better luck next time.
Christine - August 22, 2005 - Report this comment
Awesome! Great idea
bob - August 27, 2005 - Report this comment
that was da bomb man
M - September 23, 2005 - Report this comment
I would have to agree with the comment about the pacing and rhyming - very important. But I do love the concept. Keep having good ideas!
COW MAN - December 18, 2005 - Report this comment
POOCH SUCKS THIS SONG ROCKS I HATE YOU DIE DIE ARAGGGGH THE SONG WAS GREAT
E-IAMABANANA - June 23, 2006 - Report this comment
I'm sorry, I have to agree with Stray Pooch. I like parodies that work with rhythm... Although like pooch, I think it was a VERY good idea. As a HP and POTO fan, it makes a lot of sense to me.
Leprechaun - November 14, 2007 - Report this comment
Love the song, but the pacing is off. 155. Great Job!

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