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Song Parodies -> "Crackerpot Alice"

Original Song Title:

"Crackerbox Palace"

Original Performer:

George Harrison

Parody Song Title:

"Crackerpot Alice"

Parody Written by:

Harri Georgeson

The Lyrics

a touching love song set to the tune of the infectious 1976 hit
I was so young when I was born
My eyes could not yet see
And by the time of my first dawn
Somebody holding me,they said

I welcome you my Crackerpot Alice
I've been expecting you
You bring such joy sweet Crackerpot Alice
We will fly to Rome
Know our love is true

While growing up, I first saw you,
You really warmed my heart
You were waiting for someone who
May help reveal your heat - I said

Your just like art, my Crackerpot Alice
Hair is gold, eyes are blue-ue
A face to love, my Crackerpot Alice
May have no other choice than to seduce you

Some times were good, some times were bad
It's all a part of life
Nothing that she could ever do would ever make me mad,
She would become my wife ---and she said

I'll always be your Crackerpot Alice
My mind is set on you-ou
Let's rap and tap my Crackerpot Alice
Know that my Love is well and inside of you
(repeat chorus)

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