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Song Parodies -> "Hair Was Made Of Snakes"

Original Song Title:

"Union of The Snake"

Original Performer:

Duran Duran

Parody Song Title:

"Hair Was Made Of Snakes"

Parody Written by:

Tokusou Sentai Blessranger

The Lyrics

Prepare yourself to get steady
I knew you got me wide awake
Medusa's my name, I'll stare at you much
So your body's about to break

If you look into my eyes if you should dare
So don't cut off my head and sack it while looking away
My hair was made of snakes, they are alive
With my eyes now I can turn you to stone
You can't survive

Like Euryale and Stheno
I have strength and you can't take it down
But do you really have what it takes to
Avoid me when I'm around?

My hair was made of snakes, they are alive
And my eyes will turn you to stone
You'll stay real still, you can't survive

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Agrimorfee - October 08, 2008 - Report this comment
Cool idea, TSB--you even cited mythological characters I never heard of--but you could have done a few more new choruses.

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