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Song Parodies -> "(I Can’t Imagine) This Can’t Be Viewed"

Original Song Title:

"Me Without You"

Parody Song Title:

"(I Can’t Imagine) This Can’t Be Viewed"

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The Lyrics

I could imagine a Scout troop on a stage,
An elephant that day,
A great line on a page,
But now, I can’t imagine this can’t be viewed...

I could imagine survivors being few,
The night long gone away,
And it’s no longer new,
But now, I can’t imagine this can’t be viewed...

It’s almost unbelievable,
That one woman took Scouts’ hearts,
But it’s just as inconceivable,
A kinescope is lost!

I could imagine one left existing still,
A kinescope restored,
Again, one sees it’s thrill,
But now, I can’t imagine this can’t be viewed!
From the 1934 film “One Hour Late”. Originally written by Leo Robin and Lewis Gensler. This song was also recorded by the George Hall orchestra on 11/13/1934. (which is the recording I first heard of this song)

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