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Song Parodies -> "Maybe The Summer"

Original Song Title:

"Maybe The Morning"

Original Performer:

Marian Montgomery

Parody Song Title:

"Maybe The Summer"

The Lyrics

The song under parody was originally used by Radio Luxembourg to mark the daily end of English-language transmissions @ 208 metres/1440 kHz to Great Britain and Europe (and on shortwave @ 49.26 metres) in the early-mid 1970's.
Maybe the summer will find you start to thinking
About getting away to that certain special place.
Getting relief from summer in the city
Sticky, tight, uncomfortable and all...

Think about all the waterslides, think, too, of the wavepools,
Think about what's in the best interests of your mind;
Think well of your sanity, think well of your welfare,
It's time you were thinking ... of WISCONSIN DELLS!!!

It's not all that often that you have opportunity
To switch off that awful vidiot's lamp of Diogenes;
With the onset of summer comes that one such chance
Which you might not have most other times of year....

(repeat CHORUS x2)
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