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Song Parodies -> "Laid to Rest"

Original Song Title:

"Take the Best"

Original Performer:

Dorothy Koeller Wildt (DGB)

Parody Song Title:

"Laid to Rest"

Parody Written by:

Robert D. Arndt Jr.

The Lyrics

A tribute to Lady Diana, Princess of Wales. My mother loved her and so do I. She is missed...
Laid to rest is where she is
People’s Princess of her day,
No on will ever understand
What happened on that day

She only sought the higher good
Ambassador of Good Will,
The people were on her side,
And her voice speaks to us still

Diana, we remember you
We miss you everyday
But you’re still here with us
As we follow your upward ways

Laid to rest, but not gone,
Everyone knows you story,
And when at last we journey home
We will see you in your highest glory!!!

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