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Song Parodies -> "Lady Gaga"

Original Song Title:

"Lady Godiva"

Original Performer:

Peter and Gordon

Parody Song Title:

"Lady Gaga"

Parody Written by:

Paul Warren

The Lyrics

1-At 17, Stefani Seemed
To make the ride that made the scene for her town.
Platinum Blonde Hair,
Wearing crazy clothes you see.
Would even impress Bob Mackie.
Everyone would like to see...
That she's got the fame.
And like to show the Lady Charms,
Looks like she can't go wrong.
Lady Gaga.

2-She got fame, and made her name.
Record executive man came into town.
And it seemed that she's...gonna make it as a star.
Sometimes she may go too far, just like the way you are.
She'll smile at you, and give you another wink.
Probably a mickey in your drink.
Lady Gaga.

3-She has a place, with her “Poker Face”.
And people now crowd the place to see her.
Yes, she's a star, the type that everybody knows.
Being in the diva show, what is up with her clothes?
And her short blond hair? And the question of her sex?
Is she actually like the rest?
Lady Gaga.

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