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Song Parodies -> "The Shire"

Original Song Title:

"Desire"

Original Performer:

U2

Parody Song Title:

"The Shire"

Parody Written by:

KowGirl

The Lyrics

Little "Lord of the Rings" ditty...
(Yeah!)
Frodo, out on the street
Gotta get through the marshes
To the city of Bree
Watched by a red eye
Of fire
The Shire!

He's with Samwise,
And Pippin, too
He was with Merry
Pickin' mushrooms
Over the river,
Chased by Nazgul,
Sauron wants
The ring, so he'll rule
Frodo wishes
To retire
The Shire!
The Shire!

At the Pony,
They meet Stryder,
The Shire!
The Shire!

One ring, One ring...

It's the precious,
It's there to find them,
Yeah, it'll take them
And in darkness, bind them

Oh, Hobbits,
Please guard it well,
As it moves from Weathertop
To Rivendell,
To the house of Elrond, Elrond, Elrond, Elrond, Elrond, Elrond
Elrond, Elrond, Elrond, Elrond, Elrond
Homesickness
Getting higher
The Shire!
The Shire!
The Shire!
The Shire!

The Shire!
The Shire!

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