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Edward Genereux

The Lyrics

Like Weird Al Yankovic, I am parodying PUSA's greatest hit. This time, understanding the present parody requires some knowledge about Celtic music and especially Celtic Woman, of which the title vocalist, Meav Ni Mhaolchatha, was once part but has since left. By the way, her name is pronounced like this: 1. Meav rhymes with save. 2. The first two syllables sound like "knee wheel." 3. -tha is pronounced ha. Sorry that AmIRight doesn't allow parodists to include accents or else they would have appeared on Meav's name. Anyway, if you like Celtic music and Celtic Woman, you will be amused.
Meav stood alone on the Irish shore,
Wondering why she just could not do much more
With her voice than her meagre total
That just would not content even one super-dodo.

She's Meav, she's Meav; it wrecked her head.
She's Meav, she's Meav, she's Meav; much did she dread.

Meav joined a band in '94;
'Twas called Anuna and it kept coming back for more.
In '98 she called it quits;
She would have no more of their own commercial sh**.

She's Meav, she's Meav; what's in her mind?
She's Meav, she's Meav, she's Meav; she is so kind.

Meav joined Celtic Woman in 2004;
Meav sang with the group for one-sixth of a score.
Then Meav up and quit for no good cause;
She'll ever long for all that once was.

She's Meav, she's Meav; she might go blind.
She's Meav, she's Meav, she's Meav; there aren't good signs.

Is this Meav going insane? I think so. (4x)
For more info, check out Meav's official website.

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Pacing: 5.0
How Funny: 5.0
Overall Rating: 5.0

Total Votes: 1

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Andria - December 19, 2008 - Report this comment
Edward, you did a good job on this parody, very much worthy of 5s, and as a fan of Celtic music in general, I understood the theme of this parody quite well. I believe that Meav quit Anuna and Celtic Woman because no one outside of Ireland could pronounce her name and possibly because she was also a lawyer. After all, no one likes lawyers, right?
Edward Genereux - December 21, 2008 - Report this comment
Sorry to say this, but two of my uncles and two of my cousins are lawyers.
Andria - December 21, 2008 - Report this comment
Edward, I obviously did not realize that your uncles and cousins were lawyers, and I said that no one likes lawyers because of the popular opinion (at least in the United States) that lawyers are untrustworthy. If I offended you, I apologize sincerely.
James Parker - May 18, 2015 - Report this comment
How horrible and completely untrue is everything you have said about Meav. I smell jealousy and disappointed spite in your parody and in your post remarks.

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