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Song Parodies -> "Grab That Last Dollar Heather Mills"

Original Song Title:

"Last Train To Clarksville"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

The Monkees

Parody Song Title:

"Grab That Last Dollar Heather Mills"

Parody Written by:

Tony Wiseguy

The Lyrics

Dear Heather, I can't believe all you got was 50 million. How on earth are you ever going to live on that pithy sum? I'm even more outraged that you didn't get the paintings, the wine or the free helicopter rides. Life can be so cruel at times. Oh well I guess thats the way the chocolate melts. Sometimes in life you just have to walk with the handshakes.
Grab that last dollar Heather Mills,
And take a long vacation.
You got forty-eight million but lost your reputation.
Hide your ego, you yo yo yo!
You yo yo yo!

And yes you struck without warning.
You lost a leg and your mind,
And exaggerating the truth can be so habit forming.
Now don't you know, that you're so low!
That you're so low!
Did you leave Sir Paul with some clothes and a home?

Grab that last dollar Heather Mills,
Its the end of civilization.
I can't live on millions,
And we all feel your frustration.
Don't you know you yo yo yo!
You yo yo yo!

Pity pity pity pity pity pity pity pity pity pity pity pity pity
Pity pity pity pity pity pity pity pity pity pity pity pity pity.

Grab that last dollar Heather Mills,
And disconnect your phone.
Before murderers and pedophiles call you for a loan,
A little loan.
Oh, no no no! Oh, no no no!
Did you leave Sir Paul with some clothes and a home?

Aw Awwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww!

Grab that last dollar Heather Mills,
And take some medication,
Than you can live with your bitchy self,
And the humiliation.
Don't you know, that you're so low!
That you're so low!
Did you leave Sir Paul with some clothes and a home?

Grab that last dollar Heather Mills.
Grab that last dollar Heather Mills.
Grab that last dollar heather Mills.
Grab that last dollar Heather Mills.
All my lyrics are copyrighted.

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Guy - March 21, 2008 - Report this comment
"Take the last train to Clarksville" doesn't pace with "Grab that last dollar Heather Mills". Otherwise it is not too bad of a parody. A way around that pace problem could have been done something like this:

Grab that last dollar H. Mills - or

Grab that last pound Heath-er Mills.

I do like how you manipulated the rest of the lyrics. Just watch how you pace if you want your parody to shine. 455
2Eagle - March 21, 2008 - Report this comment
Poor Heather. And to think of all those old people who get Social Security for the asking. (sarcasim)
John Barry - March 21, 2008 - Report this comment
Or: "You've at last drained off 'Cart's mills./You've at last drained McCart., Mills"
Max Power - March 21, 2008 - Report this comment
Many working people would be happy to have 1/50 of the amount.
TW - March 26, 2008 - Report this comment
Thanks for the comments guys. I guess ultimately, what I care about most, is do people get it when I sing it at open mics, and the answer is yes!

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