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Original Song Title:

"Let it Snow"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Throw him out"

Parody Written by:

The Great Destroyer

The Lyrics

This sound smashes up the book The Count of Monte Cristo and various people at my school! And yes, I did read The Count of Monte Cristo at school.
Mr. Howard is entertaining,
But Edmond Dantes is annoying.
And since we all hate him no doubt,
Throw him out, throw him out, throw him out!

Oh, now Villefort's really happy
And Monsieiur Danglars thinks I'm nasty.
Everyone's starting to shout,
Throw him out, throw him out, throw him out!

When Mr. Cress starts to scream out loud
How I hate sleeping with him on a cloud!
But if Dantes really has said goodbye
I'll just take his girl home!

Oh, Mr. Taylor's so delightful
But Edmond Dantes is disgraceful,
And since he's still hated no doubt
Throw him out, throw him out, throw him out!

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2Eagle - December 17, 2012 - Report this comment
Brings back memories of high school.

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