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Song Parodies -> "In Color"

Original Song Title:

"In Bloom"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"In Color"

Parody Written by:

Tim Hall

The Lyrics

In 1966, television began broadcasting in full color. As a result, great black and white shows like the Fugitive, Beverly Hillbillies and Andy Griffith went downhill after that
Nineteen Sixty Six
Brought TV a fix
All the shows would change
with a color range

Andy Griffith in color really sucked
Because Goober was on more
And Warren was such a bore
So we all missed Barney Fife, all missed Barney Fife
And I say uuugh!
[repeat chorus]

And there is much more
Aunt Bee is a whore
Opie has red hair
Watch it if you dare

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Pacing: 3.7
How Funny: 3.3
Overall Rating: 3.5

Total Votes: 6

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 5   3

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Ghetto John - May 14, 2003 - Report this comment
Color TV sucked before the Digital Era began. I wish they would have stuck with black and white up until about 1994.
The Rev. A. Palgut - April 18, 2006 - Report this comment
1966? I thought TV went into color in 1965, when many new color TV shows were introduced

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