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Song Parodies -> "Danny and Donna."

Original Song Title:

"Lady Madonna"

Original Performer:

The Beatles

Parody Song Title:

"Danny and Donna."

Parody Written by:


The Lyrics

A Dan Aykroyd and Donna Dixon story.
Danny and Donna, a couple you just can't beat.
The story of the Ghostbuster and the model.
She left Paul Stanley to be with Dan.
And she and Dan have been married happily.
Aykroyd's a space-case, but here's her space-case.

The Blues Brother found the gal of his dreams.
Now Elwood's blues are gone, it seems.
The two of them are one.
Donna loves him, to her he's the best.
To Dan, there is only Donna, no contest.
Dan, Dan...Dan.

The two of them are one.
Together happily, all for one.
All those brilliant ideas in Danny's head.
Their love for each-other is never-ending.
Dan and Donna, till kingdom come.
A pairing that can never break.
The two of them are one.

Danny and Donna, a couple you just can't beat.
The story of the Ghostbuster and the model.

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