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Song Parodies -> "Decapitated"

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Avril Lavigne

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The Lyrics

Just in case you didn't know, the "Ye olde hæd" thing refers to the old latin letter "æ" which has an "Ay" sound to it, sort of like in "cake". And yes, I know it is old latin and not medieval, and that the word "head" was never spelled with an æ, but I thought it was funny so I put it in. [Setting: Medieval era. Sung with an old norse or whatever accent.]
...It starts like this....
...Well, here it is...

I stole, from the king's castle,
Got gold, without a hassle,
'Till my, partner and I, left the fort, the guards report;

"Someone's trying to steal the gold,
We'll make, sure it won't be sold"
The king, blew a whistle, and to my surprise, before my eyes,

The kings' warriors came,
They took "What's-his-name",
He wanted him dead,
He chopped of his head,
I gulped when they laughed,
'Cuz next, he'll be aft-er me...

I asked him;

"Why'd you have to go and have the guy decapitated?
There are other
Modes of execution that are not 'remove-the-head' related!"
It's so disturbing...
I was so traumatzed, so I screamed, and I cried, then he died and his head just rolled off;
Into my lap, and in his eyes there was a look that stated;
"You're next..."

I thought; "This can't get much worse,
At least, the other guy was first...
So I, with fear as my,
Driving force,
Jumped on my horse.

Then I, tried to run away,
The king, found me anyway
He said; "You helped that guy,
Steal the gold,
Or so I'm told..."

Later I'm seen,
In a guillotine,
A huge razor blade,
Over ye olde hæd,
I thought "This is it,
I guess it's the end of me..."

Oh crap!

Looks like I'm about to get myself decapitated,
Why was it that I
Stole all of the gold if I knew to this I would be fated?
I quickly came up,
With a plan to escape,
grabbed the king by his cape,
And I pulled and he went straight down and;
Into the guillotine wherin he was lacerated...
Oh, dear, no...

(no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no,)

A guard said; "You killed the king, there, dude...
You are, so completely screwed..."
Then I, started to run,
For my life,
He got his knife,

He pulled me back,
And started to hack,
Could not take the pain,
So I went insane,
And then squished his head,
his brains were all over me...


Why'd I have to get my mind all discombobulated?
I rampaged through the
Courtyards like an animal that really needs to be sedated,
I stood on a tower,
And I growled, and I roared,
And got down on all fours
And I floored it into the forest...

Would I have robbed the castle if I knew to this I would be fated?

Oooh, no...

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Pacing: 3.4
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Agrimorfee - September 20, 2007 - Report this comment
This is better than I would have guessed...not a Weird Al rip off at all. ("not-remove-the-head-related", teehee!)
Dylan Baranski - September 20, 2007 - Report this comment
555 severed heads for you!
flipside - September 20, 2007 - Report this comment
haha loved it! 555 all the way!
Beavis and Butt-head - October 28, 2007 - Report this comment
Uhh... this sucks dude.

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