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Song Parodies -> "You’re My Lover, Alice Johnson"

Original Song Title:

"Think It Over"

Original Performer:

Uriah Heep

Parody Song Title:

"You’re My Lover, Alice Johnson"

Parody Written by:

Scotty Dangerously

The Lyrics

This is the 10th and final Freddy Krueger parody of a song from the ‘82 album “Abominog.” This is where Jesse and Alice wake up in the graveyard shed and live to see themselves prepare to move out of the lousy town. Jesse would sing the following song parody to Alice, the girl who is saved from Freddy in the dark labyrinth.
We’re alive and awake
And Freddy Krueger’s dead
That pizza-faced slasher
Was right out of his head

We’re gonna leave this shed
We’ll hit the road today
First, we’ll hit the hotel
To get my things today

We’re gonna pack our bags
Into your car today
From the shitty hotel
We’re gonna drive away

We’ll move to a new town
That’s so far, far away
Freddy was full of shit
I killed him away

Can’t you see
You’re the perfect girl for me?
You’re my lover, please believe
There will be no more Freddy
You’re my lover
Why can’t you be my lover?

We will find a good house
That’s worth living in
We’ll be husband and wife
With some good children

Freddy won’t kill our kids
He won’t kill you or me
We both know that Freddy
Is now history

Can’t you see
One day, we will get married?
You’re my lover, please believe
Freddy’s forever buried
You’re my lover
We will live til we’re old, Alice. Yeah!

Can’t you see
That I really broke us free?
You’re my lover, remember
That I saved you from Freddy
You’re my lover

Can’t you see
We will have a family?
You’re my lover, please believe
That we will live happily
You’re my lover

Can’t you see
There’s a home for you and me?
You’re my lover, please believe
In the nights, we’ll sleep safely
You’re my lover

Can’t you see
There will be no more Freddy?

(After the music ends, the musical changes to the final scene that takes place in the future, 70 years after the events of Jesse Samuel Walsh and Alice Nicole Johnson. In that future scene, Jesse Walsh II is seen standing in front of the tombstones of his grandparents, Jesse Samuel Walsh & Alice Johnson Walsh. As Jesse II walks away, his body gets possessed by the soul of Freddy. Then, Jesse II ends up with the glove on his hand, and his eyes glow red. Finally, Jesse II does an evil laugh.)
I made up the middle names for Jesse Walsh (from Elm Street 2) and Alice Johnson (from Elm Street 4 & 5). Alice would have her maiden name “Johnson” changed to “Walsh,” once she would marry Jesse. Jesse and Alice’s future adult son would be Jacob (named after the unborn child in Elm Street 5). Jacob would have a wife named Deborah and a son named Jesse II. In other words, Jesse II would be the future son of Jacob and Deborah, and the future grandson of Jesse and Alice. However, it is unknown how much more evil Freddy is gonna do to Jesse II, Jesse II’s parents, or anybody else on any Elm Street in the future. Anyways, the Freddy Krueger song parody I have just written on this page finally marks the end of my 3rd FK album parody, and marks the end of my trilogy of FK album parodies. So Happy Halloween!

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