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Song Parodies -> "My Cremation"

Original Song Title:

"My Generation"

Original Performer:

The Who

Parody Song Title:

"My Cremation"

Parody Written by:

Susanna Viljanen

The Lyrics

My kinfolks' going to burn me down (Talking about of my cremation)
Fry me in oven till I'm gone (Finished all my respiration)
Ashes into ashes for me (Didn't opt the inhumation)
My flesh shall really well-done be (It is more gasification)

This is all my cremation
All my cremation, hey!!

The flames are lit and I'm pushed in (It is soon the conflagration)
Furnace knob, it's turned to ten (It will start incineration)
All they say is burn, babe, burn (Undergoing oxidation)
My flesh will into smoke soon turn (From chimney all around the nation)

This is all my cremation
All my cremation, hey!!

After an hour I'm well done (Dark roast blend classification)
I'll be hot now when I'm gone (Finished is the immolation)
Put my remains in the urn (Don't use it as decoration)
Family grave bury it in turn (Preparing for reincarnation)

This is all my cremation
All my cremation, hey!!

My kinfolks' going to burn me down (Talking about of my cremation)
Fry me in oven till I'm gone (Finished all my respiration)
Ashes into ashes for me (Didn't opt the inhumation)
My flesh shall really well-done be (It is more gasification)

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Anonymouse - February 22, 2016 - Report this comment
Hey, at least it's not more sky diving drivel. 4s
Jonathan - February 22, 2016 - Report this comment
I think I'd prefer a burial or maybe being frozen like Walt Disney was! 5's
Rob Arndt - February 22, 2016 - Report this comment
555 Susanna! And Jon, sorry to tell you this but the Walt Disney cryogenic thing is an urban myth. Disney was cremated. The first cryo experiments happened after he died. Btw, Disney had won 22 Academy Awards and was nominated 59 times. Mickey Mouse was originally Mortimer Mouse until his wife told him to change the name and his last words of "Kurt Russell" are a mystery as he was just a kid working for Disney (long before Escape from New York fame)!!!
Patrick - February 22, 2016 - Report this comment
I thought you might want to go out in a Viking ship with all your family and friends launching flaming arrows as you drift down a fjord. But I reckon the environmental laws would put a restraint on that. Mickey Mouse was born in Kansas City in what is now a rather run-down building in a questionable neighborhood. I imagine his descendents still live in and around the place to this day. There are some signs that the building has been stabilized, but I don't think the Magic Kingdom is terribly excited about investing in this piece of its history.
Susanna Viljanen - February 23, 2016 - Report this comment
I have two great loves: air and sea. I absolutely love both aviation and maritime - the sky and sea both are my wild blue yonders. The traditional way of going of the sailors is burial at sea, while aviators prefer cremation. If my kinfolks would scatter my ashes at the sea, that would be me becoming one with both air (my organic compounds) and sea (my inorganic compounds). But most likely my urn will end up in family grave - family graves are the traditional Scandinavian way of burial.

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