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Song Parodies -> "To Mo, With Love"

Original Song Title:

"To Sir, With Love"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"To Mo, With Love"

Parody Written by:

C.S. Notwen

The Lyrics

A little spontaneous heartfelt remembrance to a long time musical favorite of mine, with an OS by his first wife. 15 years after his passing, I still miss not only the amazing harmonies of he and his brothers, but also the incredible humor he brought on and off stage. Still miss you every day!
Those childhood days
Of singing songs, it's been so long since then
But in my heart
Your special self I cannot forget

So how do you thank the one
Who has been with you from twelve to fifteen
You were for sure one of a kind

If you wanted a card
I would send one up to you forever
With "I miss you" written inside
To Mo, with love

The joy you brought
So dear to me, and though we never met
When we lost you
I felt like I was losing my best friend

A friend who made me laugh when down
Whose special sound was the best I'd heard
Oh, how can I put it into words

If you wanted a song
Writing's not my greatest art
But I will sing you the words inside my heart
To Mo, with love

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