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Song Parodies -> "Being For The Benefit Of Mr. Fright"

Original Song Title:

"Being For The Benefit Of Mr. Kite"

Original Performer:

The Beatles

Parody Song Title:

"Being For The Benefit Of Mr. Fright"

Parody Written by:

Evan L. Heller

The Lyrics

For the benefit of Mr. Fright
There will be a show tonight
On guillotine.

The Hendersons will laugh and sneer
As Pablo Fanques loses his hair.
What a scene!

Over men and horses, food and garbage;
Lastly into a tun of cold saliva.
In this way Mr. F. nauseates the world!

The inebriated Mr. F.
Performs a headstand 60 feet up
On a wire.

The Hendersons will prance and sting
As Mr. F. flies through the ring
Catching fire!

Mssrs. 'S & M' assure the public
Their reductions will be plenty of fun.
And of course,
Fred The Fat Horse
Eats up a force!

{instrumental break}

The band begins at ten to 6
As Mr. F. shoves four inch sticks
Up through his nose.

And Mr. H. will demonstrate
The pain involved in barbed wire placed
Between his toes.

It means some hours of desperation
A ridiculous time is guaranteed for all.
And tonight
Mr. Fright's
Dispersing his will!

{instrumental ending}

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