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Song Parodies -> "Oh What A Fright"

Original Song Title:

"Oh What A Night"

Parody Song Title:

"Oh What A Fright"

Parody Written by:

T. Marie T....lots of AKA's

The Lyrics

OH what a fright,
in october, the haunted house was free
it really scared the hell out of me
i'll always remember what a fright

oh what a fright
freddy and jason are some of their names
scared me so bad i'll never be the same
what a spook fest what a fright

yea i saw a big ax fall when i walked into the room
and then I saw the big chain saw begin to zoommmmm


I thought I was gonna die for sure
it seemed so real, but i endured
i lived thru it, what a fright

whow i felt something grab me as i walked home by myself
didn't know it was part of the haunted house, screamed til i was out of breath


I didn't really think that it was funny at all
had no idea that they followed me home

OH what a fright

in october on a thursday night
i was really happy when i saw day light
knew it was finally over
what a fright

whow i heard something in my attic around 2 a.m.
and i nearly wet myself but it was just my haunted house friends

oh what a fright

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