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Song Parodies -> "Steam Angel"

Original Song Title:

"Teen Angel"

Original Performer:

Mark Dinning

Parody Song Title:

"Steam Angel"

Parody Written by:

Rex Strother

The Lyrics

Reading the headline "Miss Deaf Texas Killed by Train" - I thought, what a tragedy, I really couldn't, I really shouldn't ... but I did.[Full Story]
STEAM ANGEL (with apologies to Teen Angel)

(verse 1)
That fateful night,
You thought you'd walk
Beside the railroad tracks.
But pull your head out
That's not safe,
Since audio you lack.

Teen Angel, can you hear me? --
I know that, you can see me
But it didn't help too much --
The Union P took my true love.

(verse 2)
What would you tell me
If you could
In your chokey, croakey voice
About that railroad
Of steam and steel and noise


(verse 3)
Just sweet nineteen,
And now you're gone.
You died without a sound --
I'll never kiss your lips because
That half they never found...


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Tommy Turtle - March 15, 2006 - Report this comment
Good parallel, and funny.
Apparently, you're new here, so I can pass on what was passed on to me - most people here give you extra credit for varying each verse of the chorus in your parody, even though the real songs repeat the same chorus. Allowing for that, Five putty knives with which to scrape her up.

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