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Song Parodies -> "Johnny English"

Original Song Title:

"Johnny Angel"

Original Performer:

Shelley Fabares

Parody Song Title:

"Johnny English"

Parody Written by:

Monstermaster13

The Lyrics

Another Rowan themed son parody.
He’s the best comic spy to me. 

Johnny English, how they love him. 
He may not be Pierce Prosman. 
Or even Daniel Craig, but that’s okay. 

Johnny English, how they like him. 
This bumbling but charming british spy. 
You can count on him to save the day. 

I remember how he foiled Sauvage
Now there’s a sequel coming this year. 

Most spies rely on gadgets and one-liners. 
But J.E uses only his wit and style. 

... He’s Johnny English.
'And they love him. 
He may be accident prone, but he’s so charming.
And it’s so hard not to love a spy like him.

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