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Song Parodies -> "Do You Really Want To Burn Me?"

Original Song Title:

"Do You Really Want To Hurt Me?"

Original Performer:

Boy George (Culture Club)

Parody Song Title:

"Do You Really Want To Burn Me?"

Parody Written by:

Matthias

The Lyrics

Part 1 done of Dave's bet. Performed by The "Cult"-ure Club
I’m in court…

“Witch!” the town retorts…

This cannot be real…

Sure I danced
In nude at night
That is not surreal

(Gavel hammering twice)

Do you really want to burn me?
Do you really want to make me fry?

Evil sprits
Don’t concern me

Wizard spells aren’t in supply

Lizard hearts
Aren’t in my cauldron

Not like Potter
Have no scar

Still you people seem to tell me
I worship
A true dark lord

Do you really want to drown me?
Do you really want to make me die?
Do you really want to cook me?
Do you really want to make me dry?

Magic’s through
Wand is broken
I won’t defecate your steers

I’m not Catholic
I am Wiccan
Guess I’m screwed, if I live here

I am hanging
Out with Satan?

That’s not true
Him, I don’t know

Does one chant lead to high treason?
Since you’re scared
I get the rope?

If it’s God you want in me
Then he’s here to stay
So uptight, sand in panties?
Game over!
Oh man!

Guess you really want to burn me
Guess you really want to make me fry
Yes, You really want to kill me
Yes, You really want to make me die

(The execution)

“Die, die, die, die, die, die, die, die, die, die…”

Now you’re really going to cook me
Now you’re really going to make me dry
Now you’re really going to burn me
Now you’re really going to make me fry

Dude, You really want to burn me?
Dude, You really want to make me fry?
(This was Dave's easy one, I still have 4 more extremely challenging parodies to write. Including, "One Week". Stay tuned)

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Jack Wilson - May 11, 2007 - Report this comment
That was awesome, and I guessed the title right!
Wolverine - May 11, 2007 - Report this comment
Build a bridge out of her, and use these 555's for support.
Phil Alexander - May 11, 2007 - Report this comment
Funny, isn't it how "r-n" can look like "m"... thankfully, this wasn't about what I was expecting ;-)
Below Average Dave - May 11, 2007 - Report this comment
Yeah, you are loving the loss of my bet. . .I can tell--you enjoyed this one. Giving you new material to work with.
alvin - May 11, 2007 - Report this comment
aflame with fun
Chris Pollman - May 11, 2007 - Report this comment
Hahaha to Wolverine's comment, and hahaha to your parody. ...And now, what also floats in water? How about a nice set of 5s?
Arwen - May 11, 2007 - Report this comment
I think this is lots of fun, Matty! =)
Red Ant - May 11, 2007 - Report this comment
I haven't heard the original in a while. This was quite good, Matthias. Maybe even "bewitching"...
John Barry - May 11, 2007 - Report this comment
Get a wick 'an light it.
stuart mcarthur - May 15, 2007 - Report this comment
great job on a tricky OS, matty - 555

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