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Song Parodies -> "Part M - Larry Hensley"

Original Song Title:

"Don't Cry For Me Argentina"

Original Performer:

Julie Covington

Parody Song Title:

"Part M - Larry Hensley"

The Lyrics

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[ THE BLUE SPOT FADES TO BLACK. THE STAGE IS DARK ]


NARRATOR
Soon Brad and Angelina's life becomes a bickering nightmare. They bicker over the tiniest things

ANGELINA
I can TOO drive the jeep

BRAD
Can NOT!

ANGELINA
Can TOO!

BRAD
Can NOT! Last time you nearly ran over Maddox!

ANGELINA
Did NOT!

BRAD
Did TOO!

ANGELINA
Did Not! You just don't like me riding my boytoys.

BRAD
Do So!

ANGELINA
Do not!

BRAD
Do S..wait, did you say boytoys or toyboys?

ANGELINA
Boytoys.

BRAD
Did Not!

ANGELINA
Did too!

BRAD
Did not! And besides


[ A BLUE SPOT FADES UP, HIGHLIGHTING A SINGLE CHAIR IN THE MIDDLE OF AN EMPTY STAGE. BRAD PITT IS SITTING ON THE CHAIR AS THOUGH HE IS SITTING IN THE SEAT OF A CAR ]


"Don't Drive The Jeep, Angelina"
Parody by Larry Hensley

BRAD
The way that you drive, you'd kill us all
Please just let me explain this to you
That if you drive the jeep, you'll find cliffs that are steep

And those buildings, see
You would soon crash through them all, yes it's true
And you won't shift 'til it's nine or
Ten thousand revs, engine's blown too

I just can't let it happen, you'd drive up hills
I won't let you get behind that wheel
You'd drive it out of control, hitting ol' Billy Bob

So I've got the keys
Driving around, well at least it's not you
You've driven crazy, you know it
You would drive the jeep like that too

Don't drive the jeep, Angelina
The truth is you'd never get through
You'll drive it wild, see
You'd fall upside down
Hope you don't drive 'round
The roads in this town

And as for potholes, you'd drive right in
You'd drive through construction sites too
You'd drive fast through speed bumps, oh and how the jeep would jump

You'd feel confusion
Jump to the wrong conclusion on the road, trust me
You'd knock out all of the light poles
That isn't where you want to be

Don't drive the jeep, Angelina

Don't drive the jeep, Angelina
The truth is you'd never get through
You'll drive it wild, see
You'd fall upside down
Hope you don't drive 'round
The roads in this town

You don't drive too well
That's why I won't ride with you as you drive the car
But all you have to do is just avoid the jeep
The sidewalk's safe so far

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Spaff.com - March 09, 2006 - Report this comment
Fave Stu moment: The mature marital disagreement.
Fave Larry moment: "The sidewalk's safe so far."
Larry Hensley - March 10, 2006 - Report this comment
Thanks Spaff.

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