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Song Parodies -> "Hatter"

Original Song Title:

"Shattered"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

The Rolling Stones

Parody Song Title:

"Hatter"

Parody Written by:

the_conqueror_of_parodies

The Lyrics

As in "The Mad". Enjoy!
Hatter, Hatter
Come and have a cup of tea
With the March Hare, Dormouse and me
Which am I? I'm the latter
The Mad Hatter
Hatter

Ev'ry day's a party
To which none of us are tardy
In fact, I think we live here, if you ask me
That's madness
I can't think 'bout things like that (have some tea)
Time to switch places (Hatter)
One of my phrases (some more tea?)
Hatter

Why's a raven like a writing desk? Just guess, just guess, just guess
Cause I don't know the answer
The Mad Hatter
Hatter

What's this jibber-jabber, jibber-jabber, jibber-jabber 'bout
Blabbin', blabbin', blabbin' about how you've no time for tea? That can't be true
We've all the time to chatter (some more tea, Hatter)
Have some tea, Hatter

I know what we can do next
Let's have some unbirthday checks, let's check, let's check, let's check
Is it March Hare's? Hatter's?
Doesn't matte-er (matter)

Ahhh, call me ma-ad? Well, I'm flattere-ed
Just my manne-er
To be mad as a hatter, yeah
Hatter

A giant hat that reads 10/6
As I'm "Hatter", thus it fits
But which came first? Name? Hat? Gee
That's quite the riddle, have some tea (Hatter)
No? More for me, but don't splatte-er (splatter), eh
On the tattered (tattered) tablecloth pattern (pattern)
Messy matte-er (matter), uh-huh
Doesn't matter, nuh-uh
Cause I'm madde-er
Mad Hatter
Hmm, some more tea, madam?
Hmm, have some tea, madam
Pour the tea, madam, madam

How much tea can possibly be 'nough, 'nough, 'nough, 'nough, 'nough? (some more tea, madam?)
Have some tea, madam (I don't know, so have another cup, cup, cup, cup, cup, cup
Pour the tea, madam, madam
Wait, exactly who am I talking to now? (some more tea, madam?)
So you say your name is Alice? Well, mine's Hatter (have some tea, Alice?)
Let's have a natter, chatter about what's been happ'nin' (some more tea, Alice?)
Pour the tea, Alice, Alice
I say, some more tea, Alice?
Have some tea, Alice
Some more tea, Alice? Uh-huh

Some folks say that I'm the maddest (pour the tea, Alice, Alice)
In all Wonderland, so, Alice (have some tea, Alice?)
Who is the maddest? Uh-huh (some more tea, Alice?)
Some more tea (Alice) until you answer (Alice)
Won't bother me cause I'm the (have some tea)
Hatter, Hatter, Hatter, Hatter (Alice), Hatter, Hatter, Hatter (some more tea)
Fill my cup (Alice), my tea cup (have some tea) more tea, less inane chatter (Alice, Alice)

The good thing about writing a Wonderland-related parody? It doesn't matter if it doesn't make sense, it's Wonderland! Putting rules and sense into Wonderland is for strange people. You know, like Tim Burton.

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Matthias - May 18, 2015 - Report this comment
Utterly mad!
Rob Arndt - May 18, 2015 - Report this comment
I don't like tea, but support madness! 555!

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