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Song Parodies -> "Disney-an Rhapsody"

Original Song Title:

"Bohemian Rhapsody"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Disney-an Rhapsody"

Parody Written by:


The Lyrics

Bohemian Rhapsody is so easy to make fun of, so I did. If you like
Disney, then check this out. You might not like it, but I did my
best. This makes many references to Disney movies and Walt
Disney's life.
Is this the real mouse?
Is this just fantasy?
Here in the house of mouse
We escape from reality

Get out your pen, draw something good, Walt-y
He's just a poor boy, he got in trouble see
'Cause he sucked in school, painted with tar
As a man he got, very far
Where'd the bouncing ball go? It never really mattered to me, to me

Mama, and Papa got me in trouble
'Cause I never did my homework
Sis and I, painted with tar
Mama, life had just begun
In '66 I went, and threw it all away
Mama, ooooooooo
Didn't mean to make you cry
If I am fired from my newspaper job
Carry on,carry on,'cause I'll be successful

I was right, I am great
I made up Disneyland
I made Disney a brand
Captain Hook and Gaston, you've got to go
You gotta be killed by Peter and the Beast
Mama, ooooooooo (where'd the bouncing ball go?)
Before "Jungle Book" I died
At then I wished I'd never been born at all

I see a little animation of a mouse
Donald Duck, Donald Duck and that girl named Daisy
Maleficent is frightening, Ariel's enlightening me
Sleeping Beauty (Cinderella)
Kid named Mowgli (girl named Wendy)
Jiminy and Figaro (Pinocchioooooooooooooooooo)
I'm just a poor boy my name is Tarzan
He's just a poor boy whose parents left him
A half naked man who lives in a tent
Queen of Hearts, bad villain, will you let me go?
NO ALICE! No! We will not let you go (let her go)
NO ALICE! We will not let you go (let her go)
NO ALICE! We will not let you go (let her go)
Will not let you go (let me go)
Will not let you go (let me go)
Will not let you go (let me gooooooooooooo)
No no no no no no no
Oh dad Mufasa, dad Mufasa
Son remember who you are
Lilo & Stitch have some surfing put aside for me, for me, for

So you think you can try and kill tigger and pooh
Well I'm sorry you idiot that's not what you'll do
Oooooooooooooh Peter
Fly away with me Peter
We'll just get out, we'll just get right outta here!

We are past our prime
Anyone can see
Everything matters-everything really matters to me

Where'd the bouncing ball go?

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Pacing: 4.0
How Funny: 4.1
Overall Rating: 4.0

Total Votes: 9

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Diznees P.R.Dude - August 01, 2004 - Report this comment
N"DP"N"A" got it right-- the original is from the 70's .A ton Of great songs came out in the 80'5 but this not one of them.The only thing I remember Queen doing in the 80's was the "Highlander"and "Flash Gordon" soundtracks ! This parody is pretty good 444!
go*habs*go - August 02, 2004 - Report this comment
Diznees PR Dude, thanks for your compliment. At first I thought We Will Rock You and We Are The Champions came before Boheminas Rhapsody. I thought it over pretty hard on this parody and Disney is what came through my mind at first. I read about Walt Disney's life as a child when he lived on a farm and he painted on the walls when he was actually supposed to be doing his homework. One day he and his sister painted on the walls with tar.
go*habs*go - August 02, 2004 - Report this comment
Okay okay okay. I get you now. But I cant change anything or do anything about it. It'll stay where it is forever.
go*habs*go - August 03, 2004 - Report this comment
Also, I wanted to add, who was it that gave my parody 555?
Agrimorfee - August 03, 2004 - Report this comment
445 from me, it needed that little bit of extra effort to rhyme and pace correctly. i am pretty friggin' fussy sometimes. Watch for an upcoming parody of David Bowie in a song about Dumbo from me!
go*habs*go - August 03, 2004 - Report this comment
Agrimorfee, thanks for the grade, I know it didnt rhyme often and that stuck out like a sore thumb, and that it didnt pace too much, but what can you do? Its hard to rhyme and pace something like Disney correctly on a paody of an operetta that was overplayed in the mid-late 70s.
go*habs*go - August 26, 2004 - Report this comment
Why cant we just quit arguing over something stupid like which decade this song came from?
Insane Steve - February 27, 2006 - Report this comment
Nice effort, dude. The pacing isn't good though. 344

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