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Song Parodies -> "Plaster up the house"

Original Song Title:

"Master of the House"

Original Performer:

Cast of Les miserables

Parody Song Title:

"Plaster up the house"

Parody Written by:

M. Thernardier

The Lyrics

This is a spoof from Les miserables. Abotu an ugly house being destroyed.
Walk in my house
Oh what a sight
Besides one mouse
Is quite a fright

All that is left
After it shook
Is a big mess
nothing for looks.

Seldom do you see
Carpenter's that "EEEK"
When they walk inside the house
and they see

Plaster on the house
Such an ugly sight
Demolish that old scrapyard
It just isnt right

Yelling from all the neighbors
Comments that aren't very nice
Somebody would have to do hard labour
Just to dismantle the lights

Plaster up the house
It's taking up some space
that could used for a better place

Mayeb a mall or petshop
Or an ice cream shop that sells cones

Master Bossman:
I just hired some carpenters
but now there all just bones!

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Patrick - May 06, 2011 - Report this comment
Good start. The original is considerably longer.

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