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Song Parodies -> "Anakin No"

Original Song Title:

"Caroline No"

Original Performer:

Beach Boys

Parody Song Title:

"Anakin No"

Parody Written by:

Tim Hall

The Lyrics

Where did your blond hair go?
Where's the Jedi I used to know?
How could you turn to the Dark Side?
Oh, Anakin no

Qui Gon he would not hear
That Anakin had a lot of fear
And Yoda saw, it would come true
Oh, Anakin you

Darth Vader
Would be your assumed name
The galaxy would not be the same
Oh, Anakin why

Could Luke ever find the good in you?
Make the Rebel victory come true?
Could you ever come back to the light side?
Oh, Anakin no

(sounds of Darth Vader's voice and a light saber)

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Billy Florio - April 09, 2004 - Report this comment
LOL...the original single was actully labeled "Brian Wilson" instead of the Beach Boys because the album was so different from anything they did...just a fun fact
Master Pacholek - April 12, 2004 - Report this comment
Weir-Do Al has taught you well.

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