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Song Parodies -> "In Bert's Imagination"

Original Song Title:

"In Your Imagination"

Original Performer:

Elmo (of Sesame Street)

Parody Song Title:

"In Bert's Imagination"

Parody Written by:

Tokusou Sentai Blessranger

The Lyrics

It's incredible where you can go
In Bert's imagination
Hitch a ride on pigeons
Ernie's rubber duckie is squeaking
See the high flying pigeons
You're believing
On your vacation
There are bottle caps for you to collect
Just like that Bert

It's remarkable who you can be
In Bert imagination
You can fly with the pigeons
Or go to a bottle cap land
Or make friends with Ernie
And engage him in Bert's conversation
A blue owl with a saxaphone
Plays some jazz,give him a hand

You can see what you wanna see
See what you wanna see
Feel what you're longing to feel
Stop reading his mind
There's a place you should find
Where the things that Bert dreams of seem real

It's astonishing you're fond of Bert
With Bert's imagination
There are some bottle caps for you to find
They're under and through
So Ernie is pleased to extend you
This kind invitation
You can visit a world that is simply
Too weird to be true
Too weird to be true

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