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Song Parodies -> "Great Pumpkin"

Original Song Title:


Original Performer:

Andrew Lloyd Webber

Parody Song Title:

"Great Pumpkin"

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The Lyrics

See the sky changing colors
And the gibbous moon waxing
Tonight is Hallowe'en.
The Great Pumpkin
Will appear in my pumpkin patch
Though they say I'm full of beans.

Lots of noise from the sidewalk
Just my fussbudget sister
And her voice filled with scorn.
On the doorstep
The silly fools ring one more doorbell
Just for more candy corn.

Lucy's calling me her name
Everyone's clad in bedsheets
What a pitiful throng!
Everybody begging for a bagful of sweets
And that beagle tags along.

Crabby Lucy got a kiss
She's really in a panic
Thinks she has worms and filthy dog germs
And called the paramedics!

I must wait for the pumpkin
As my eyelids grow heavy
Still I must stay awake.
When he does come
I'll be the one to have the last laugh
They'll eat crow - with fruitcake!

One more night of trick or treat
The clock seems to be creeping
As Schroder plays Roses of Picardie
Snoopy's drunk and weeping!

They are such party poopers
What a lame celebration
They think they're having fun.
They can keep their
"Fun size" bars and their popcorn balls
But the real fun has begun!


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Total Votes: 11

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alvin - October 29, 2008 - Report this comment
love it...pure poetry....i just watched this show last night...bravo
2Eagle - October 29, 2008 - Report this comment
Thanks, Alvin. I watched that a million times. Charles Schultz said that Linus was jumping the gun on Santa Claus, but I think Hallowe'en has replaced Christmas.
Melanie Lee - October 29, 2008 - Report this comment
It's the Great Parody, Charlie Brown! 5-5-5!
2Eagle - October 29, 2008 - Report this comment
One way to turn a tear jerker into a joke. That is one of the funniest running gags ever. Thanks, Miss Melanie.
Johnny D - October 29, 2008 - Report this comment
Cute parody, love the Charlie Brown movies!
AFW - October 29, 2008 - Report this comment
Fine summary of the classic seasonal favorite..I watched last night..
Agrimorfee - October 29, 2008 - Report this comment
hehe, I just watched it again last refs, esp. Schroeder's song (only the closed captioning could have told me THAT one!) 555
2Eagle - October 29, 2008 - Report this comment
Thanks, Johnny, AFW and Agrimorfee. I thought I knew all the WW I songs, but I didn't know that was Roses of Picardie until I saw the episode of M*A*S*H where Col. Potter inherited a tonteen. By the way I would like to see a Peanuts parody of Cats.
LilCUPcakes - October 30, 2008 - Report this comment
I adore this Sir 2Ease, I pray to the ~GREAT PUMPKIN~ that you be granted a safe & fun Halloween, Sir ! PS: I hope the squirrels go easy on you . . .
2Eagle - October 30, 2008 - Report this comment
Thanks, LCC. I hope the squirrels go easy on the Great Avocado.
LittleCUPcakes - October 31, 2008 - Report this comment
Holy Guacamole ! . . . What kind of avocados?? No wonder the squirrels gather in your yard, Sir 2-Ease!
2Eagle - October 31, 2008 - Report this comment
Mine get to be almost 7" long - no kidding. (I'll never say 'You betcha!' again.)

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