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Song Parodies -> "Avada Kedavra"

Original Song Title:


Original Performer:

Rick Astley

Parody Song Title:

"Avada Kedavra"

Parody Written by:

Darth Patronus

The Lyrics

I'm fired up, I'm out of sorts
A little thanks to Voldemort
Voldemort is back, you nkow
And back at Hogwarts, he told me to go

For young Potter, it will be worse
We use un-for-giv-able curse
Death Eaters are fullla desire
Point out our wand and set the whole school afire

The killing curse gonna stab ya
Avada Kedavra

Draco Malfoy is on our team
Potter will cry, Potter will scream
Harry Potter won't escape
Or my name ain't Professor Snape


I feel magic in Dumbledore
I feel the magic from each Gryffindor
Levicorpus potions and charms
These mudbloods do minimal harm

They're repelling Imperio
And they're repelling my Crucio
Just when I think they gonna get away
I speak these words forbidden to say


For Mr. Potter things will be worse
We use unforgivable curse
Death eaters are fulla desire
Point out our wands and set the whole school afire

I'm fired up, know what to do
Follow the orders by (You know who)
I'm fired up, know what to do
Follow the orders by (you-know-who)
I'm fired up, know what to do
Follow the orders by (you-know-who)

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