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Song Parodies -> "Pink Floyd Presents The Wizard of Oz: The Finale"

Original Song Title:

"The Trial/Outside The Wall"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Pink Floyd

Parody Song Title:

"Pink Floyd Presents The Wizard of Oz: The Finale"

Parody Written by:

Agrimorfee

The Lyrics

The moment you've all been waiting for.
Good evening Oz, your honor
We brought something to show
The broomstick we have brought before you
Was got by our band, it was easy!
It was easy with a simple pail of water
Our task is through

So ya liquidated her!
Well, I guess that you did real good
In the end there, sister
If things were going my way, I'd have smashed her like a grape
Still my hands are tied
About your little requests
And my day is so disordered
Could you come back another day?

Wait see--
Behind that curtain, take a look see-
Toto's revealing!
There is a man who's been pushing buttons all day!
Hey see, behind the curtain, he's a sham, see?

Well holy sh**, you got me now
Yes, I'm not the Wizard you see
I'm just really a circus humbug
I admit, but so--I'll help you guys anyway
Here's some tricked-up little testimonies
'Cause you've got brains and heart and courage
Which you've had all along

Heyyyyyyy
As for you Dorothy, I will get you to your farm
I've got a huge balloon and it won't be any trouble
We'll set up immediately, and get you sister on your way back home

Somewhere, over the rainbow, I did go there
Via tornado
There must be a hole from there to Oz
Where I blew in
Somewhere, over the rainbow, but I don't care

The next event we all witness
In his inflatable, the Wizard now announces he's retired
Then we hear some meowing, Toto gets nervy like before
The ropes then lose their mooring, and the balloon takes off--PSHAW!
Must Dorothy now suffer
A fate unlike no other?
Wait see, now Glinda apparates! [Here's someone who could help you!]
Yes my dear, you've always had the power near
Just click your heels and please intone behind your tears,
"No place like home!"
"(There's) No place like home! No place like home! No place like home! No place like home! No place like home! No place like home!..."


NO PLACE LIKE HOME
I'll admit, I'm confused
The folks here in my bedroom
Walked up and down also in Oz
The Scarecrow, the Tin Man,
The Lion together, my friends
They seemed to resemble our farm hands
Well anyway I've no need to roam
And this is my room, not too soon I'll be leaving
And oh Auntie Em, there's no place like home


Copyright 2014, Agrimorfee. THE END. ARS GRATIA ARTIS.

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