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Song Parodies -> "Velvet Dawn"

Original Song Title:

"Delta Dawn"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Helen Reddy

Parody Song Title:

"Velvet Dawn"

Parody Written by:

Royce Miller

The Lyrics

Velvet dawn, what's the veil that you have on?
Could it be the faded prose of night gone by?
And did I hear you say
you were turning into day
To bring to us a blue and cloudless sky?

She's brand new day, all rosy like a baby
Rise and see her if you're not too lazy
She walks the earth with a lantern in her hand
Looking for the break of day, so grand

Chorus:
Velvet dawn, what's the veil that you have on?
Could it be the faded prose of night gone by?
And did I hear you say
you were turning into day
To bring to us a blue and cloudless sky

When I look at her I call her velvet dawn
Prettiest colors I ever laid eyes on
There's gold and pink and tenderest of blue
Promise she will take the breath from you

Repeat Chorus

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