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Song Parodies -> "Harpo Marx's First Words"

Original Song Title:

"Picasso's Last Words"

Original Performer:

Paul McCartney

Parody Song Title:

"Harpo Marx's First Words"

Parody Written by:

David Chrenko

The Lyrics

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CHORUS




BRIDGE




VERSE 3




CHORUS




REPEAT CHORUS




"THAAANK YOOOU CLEEEEVELAND!!!"

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Groucho Marx - April 02, 2004 - Report this comment
That's the most ridiculous parody I never heard! 5-5-5
Rick D - April 02, 2004 - Report this comment
As Stravinsky once said about John Cage, "I'm looking forward to works of greater length from this composer" I pushed the button to vote, but it just honked at me.
Chico Marx - April 02, 2004 - Report this comment
Hey, atsa Whacky!
alvin rhodes - April 02, 2004 - Report this comment
in the fine tradition of john cage's 4' 33 "
Karl Marx - April 02, 2004 - Report this comment
Eez kind of dekadent "ha-ha" you expekt from Amerika's kapitalistic reef-raff!
Rick D - April 02, 2004 - Report this comment
That's the piece Stravinsky was referring to.
malcolm higgins - April 02, 2004 - Report this comment
sorry to jump off the subject here, but if anyone can get in touch with Diva ( I lost her email addy) can you have her email malcolm higgins at malcolmhiggins@yahoo.com? please?? I'm visiting Florida again in may, and we can meet for more beer and wings at Ker's roadhouse.. they met the ex, now they should meet the gal of my dreams..lol thanks one and all...
David Chrenko - April 02, 2004 - Report this comment
Malcolm, I'll check my e-address book when I get home from the office. Somewhere I think I have their URL, which may have an e-mail link.
Michael Pacholek - April 02, 2004 - Report this comment
Don't post that kind of stuff here. Get out. You can leave in a cab. If that's too expensive, you can leave in a huff. If that's not enough time, you can leave in a minute and a huff. As for me, I gotta go shoot an elephant in my pajamas. How he got in my pajamas, I'll never know. Actually, it's the estate of John Cage you really need to worry about, and I don't mean "the Biscuit" from "Ally McBeal." They may sue you for stealing their idea.
David Chrenko - April 02, 2004 - Report this comment
Is there anything further, Father? Somebody fill me in on this John Cage thing. I'm afraid I've been left out of the loop again.
Jack Wilson - April 02, 2004 - Report this comment
LOL, I loved it! 555!
Rick D - April 02, 2004 - Report this comment
John Cage is rather famous for writing a "piano piece" called 4'33', where the pianist simply sits at the bench for that length of time. The avant-gardian concept being that the "music" is whatever sounds occur in the room during that time. That is what prompted Stravinsky's comment that I applied here. And Michael, you left out the next line, which today would be "You haven't stopped talking since you got here. You must have been tattoo'd with a CD laser"
Mari D - April 02, 2004 - Report this comment
Do you suppose that the writers on "Ally McBeal" were aware of John Cage the composer? I was actually part of a group that performed his (the composer, not the TV character) piece for eight radios.
Green Bloodied Hound Dogs - April 03, 2004 - Report this comment
Welcome Back From The Dead Groucho.
The But-Meister - June 10, 2005 - Report this comment
Ha HA! Excellent! 5/5

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