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Song Parodies -> "’K, Serrá, Serrá!"

Original Song Title:

"Che Sera Sera"

Original Performer:

Doris Day

Parody Song Title:

"’K, Serrá, Serrá!"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

He taught the native boys and girls
cosmology and theology.
He acted Princely,
aiding the sick.
That’s Christian charity

’K, Serrá, Serrá!
The word came down from Frankie:
Junípero was saintly.
’K, Serrá, Serrá!
A saint he will be.

His place: with God above:
Even though body
and heart are dead,
his spirit reigns, though,
day after day
for the good life he led.

’K, Serrá, Serrá!
The Pope’s decreeing, frankly:
Junípero was saintly.
’K, Serrá, Serrá!
His work: heavenly.

He left the southern zone
and took the mother church
northerly,
up El Camino,
throughout the sticks
to where’s Marin County.

’K, Serrá, Serrá!
The news from the Papacy:
Junípero was saintly
’K, Serrá, Serrá!
Keen a Kyrie.

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Leough - July 16, 2015 - Report this comment
Inspired concept and well executed! I'm not sure I've seen a pair of parodies here before that took opposing sides of an issue.

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