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Song Parodies -> "In A Flash"

Original Song Title:

"In The Flesh?"

Original Performer:

Pink Floyd

Parody Song Title:

"In A Flash"

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The Lyrics

This is the first track for my full-length parody of Pink Floyd's "The Wall", entitled "The Pile of Bricks", with humble and respectful apologies to Roger Waters. The enitre theme of this concept album is the Trials and Tribulations of Life in a Public School Educational System in America. This is a labor of love, which, the copyright notice below will indicate, i worked LONG and HARD at! Each individual track of this work will be referenced at the bottom of each page so one can follow each song, as if they were listening to the album. I hope you will enjoy this. The opening track is an opening fanfare, to briefly explain what you have gotten into.
So ya thought ya might like to buy an album, oh?
To hear some wonderful melodies and let yourself go?
Well, I got bad news for you fans, ah
This is not what you expected, you see
This is a rock opera, so you're on your own, guys
You'll have to figure out what the songs symbolize
lyrics copyright 1985-1995, 2000 AgrimorfeeNext track: Ain't That Nice?

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Agrimorfee - February 27, 2004 - Report this comment
Argh! I've been hit by Mr.1's!! (cough, cough) Medic!
Chris - February 27, 2004 - Report this comment
Great job on the parody! I read your parody, now how bout you read mine? "Come On Over" to the Shania Twain section and "Check It Out"
Agrimorfee - November 09, 2017 - Report this comment
Now you can see and hear, as well as read, the entire rock opera of The Pile Of Bricks at

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