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Song Parodies -> "No Surprise"

Original Song Title:

"No Reply"

Original Performer:

The Beatles

Parody Song Title:

"No Surprise"

Parody Written by:

Evan L. Heller

The Lyrics

This happened once before
As I came to your door.
No surpri-i-i-ise.
You're serving it again.
Barely adequate then, oh no!

I nearly died! I nearly died!
'Cause you served it before
And now you had some more...left over.

I tried to telephone
To see if you were home.
You were no-o-o-ot.
I was going to invite
You for dinner here tonight...oh no!

You knocked on my door! I opened my door!
My head felt very light
Thinking of dinner last night...once more.

If I were you I'd realize that I
Cannot serve the food I served ten times before.
And I would try to make enough so I
Wouldn't have enough for thirteen dinners more.

You called me on the phone
To invite me for your home-
Baked lasa-a-agna
I got nauseous when you
Told me it was two...months old.

I nearly died! I nearly died!
'Cause you served it before
And now you had some more...left over.

No surprise! No surprise!
New words Copyright 2001

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