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Song Parodies -> "Hombre Naranja"

Original Song Title:

"Man of La Mancha"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Man of La Mancha Soundtrack

Parody Song Title:

"Hombre Naranja"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

DON
Yo soy yo, Don “Qué Oye?!”
hombre de naranja,
mis “pensamientos,” locos
(mi cerebro, loquisimo)
Mis vientos enfermos
yo siempre soplo,
de mi boca, de mi culo,
porque los dos son los mismos.
Mis dedos son pequeños.

VLAD-O PUTIN
Yo soy Vlad-o, sí, soy Vlad-o,
y yo soy el jefe y el ven-
trílocuo detrás del
titere no bien.

DON
La Casablanca brujo,
de ética, sin.
Tiene un lengua de plata
por mis orejas cuando grita, y el fin,
es que busco y me gusta.

Es como Don Corl’one,
hombre de Mafia.
Es la Casablanca capo.
La cosa es nuestra,
con ventanas negras
para evadir los ojos.
Todo adentro, roto.
Soy amarillo-rojo.

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