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Original Song Name
Parody Song Name
|"When You Wish Upon A Star"||"Hitler Made ’Em Wear A Star"||Parody Pair|
|"Who's Afraid Of The Big Bad Wolf?"||"Who's Afraid Of The Vinland Wolves?"||Hu's On First|
|"Never Smile At A Crocodile"||"Carson's Vile (Like A Pedophile)"||Hu's On First|
|"Someday My Prince Will Come"||"Someday My Cleaning Lady Will Come"||John Lomain|
|"Mickey Mouse Club Theme Song"||"Sickly House Club: Meme Con"||John A. Barry|
|"You Ain't Never Had a Friend Like Me"||"We Ain't Never Had a Friend Like You"||Chris Bodily TM|
|"You've Got A Friend In Me"||"Leave Your With Money To Me"||Midnight Queen|
|"Under The Sea"||"Marry Me Prince Ali"||Midnight Queen|
|"Davy Crockett theme song"||"Davy’s Locker"||John A. Barry|
|"Its A Small World After All"||"Its A Tasty World After All"||Patrick|
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"Toy Story 3"
Take him to the lie berry!
Take him to the library!
"As Long As There's Christmas"
I'll wear my tiara I bought in Wal-Mart
I may wear my tiara You bought me in Montmartre
Story about this misheard lyric by: Hu's On First
It's from the Beauty and the Beast sequel. I thought it was funny that the characters were singing about Wal-Mart until I learned those weren't the real lyrics.
|There are additional Disney misheard stories available.|
Jalisco no te rajes, mi sal del alma, gritar con color abir todo, el pecho pa echar este grito, que linddo es jalisco palabra de hono.
Inspired by a Spanish novelty song, Walt Disney made a cartoon with Donald Duck and used the song 'Three Caballeros'. Most of the song is in English, but it uses the word 'Caballero' which means 'Gentleman' in Spanish. The ending of the song though is in Spanish.
Submitted by: Paul Warren