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Song Parodies -> "Man’s Mug Is Orange "

Original Song Title:

"Man of La Mancha"

Original Performer:

Man of La Mancha Soundtrack

Parody Song Title:

"Man’s Mug Is Orange "

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

I am I, Don “You Hear What?!”
the man who is orange,
my “thoughts” are all batsh*t-loco
(my brain is good—that’s, bigly, no! ).
And you hear my ill winds grow
because they always blow.
From my ass or my mouth they flow.
A diff’rence between them? No!
My fingers are small, oh so.

I am Vlad-o, yes, I’m Vlad-o;
I’m the boss and ventriloquist,
the voice behind the ill man
who’s my marionette.

Evil White House mastermind
who is ethics-free.
But the man has a tongue of silver
for my ears when he screams to me, and finally,
with desire he makes me quiver.

He’s like Don Corleone,
man of the Mafia,
and he is the White House capo.
This Cosa Nostra, all ours…
windows dark at all hours,
so what we’re doing will not show.
Chaos here; nothing’s mellow.
I’m a mix of red-yellow.

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