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Song Parodies -> "Get Away (From The Red Old Man)"

Original Song Title:

"Break On Through (To The Other Side)"

Original Performer:

The Doors

Parody Song Title:

"Get Away (From The Red Old Man)"

Parody Written by:

Darius Whitehead

The Lyrics

Nobody ever heard a song about a red old man before.
[Verse 1]
You know the young turns into old,
Old turns back to young.
Trying to drive,
Get in the van...

[Chorus]
Get away from the red old man!
Get away from the red old man!
Get away from the red old man, yeah.

[Verse 2]
He's big and bad up here,
Covered in red down there,
And can you see the way,
he uses his hands?

[Chorus]
Get away from the red old man!
Get away from the red old man!

[Bridge]
Get some people, to wake up the sheeple.
Get some people, to wake up the sheeple.
Make it run.
Make it run.
Make it run.
Make it run, yeah.

[Verse 3]
I found a ray gun that Buzz found,
A lasso for the can,
Make him run,
Get him banned.

[Chorus]
Get revenge on the red old man!
Get revenge on the red old man!
Get revenge, oh! Oh, yeah!

[Verse 4]
Make him sleep,
Every day.
Until he gets,
Up and out.
Give him a cane,
Cool him with a fan...

[Chorus]
Get away from the red old man!
Get away from the red old man!
Get away, get away, get away, get away.
Get, get, get, get, get, get, get, get, get!
(C) Darius Kamron Whitehead Studios.

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