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Song Parodies -> "What Of the MC12?"

Original Song Title:

"This Jesus Must Die"

Original Performer:

Andrew Lloyd Webber

Parody Song Title:

"What Of the MC12?"

Parody Written by:


The Lyrics

I am a car fanatic. I heard that the beautiful, fantastic Maserati MC12, the supercar that got set to race just 8 months after its debut as a concept in Geneva 2004, is attempting to join the ranks of cars currentlly racing in the FIA GT (Grand Touring Championships) or the LMS (Le Mans Series) or ALMS (American Le Mans Series). It is controversial; because it's only a couple inches too wide. The controversy: Does the FIA, the rule-making board of a lot of motorsports, let these inches slide and let them race? Or do they force the MC to get narrower? This is my idea of what the FIA must have been discussing in the boardroom about this sensational, desirable street-legal race car.
(FIA businessman)
Excuse me, sir
We're waiting for you
Some Le Mans reps
Are here for you

(FIA Executive)
Ah gentlemen, you know why we are here
With not much time, and quite a problem here

(Crowd at Geneva)
Check out the...supercar!

(Le Mans Representative)
Listen to that howling mob
Of blockheads in the street
A concept car unveils
And these fans are on their feet

It is dangerous! It is dangerous!

MC12, Supercar
Tell us you'll race like they say you are

(Le Mans Rep)
It is dangerous, dangerous
Maserati has already found
A race team to support
A glory-hunting mission
That I think we must abort
It is dangerous

MC12, Supercar

(FIA businessmen)
It is dangerous
All the magazines
Have this car on their front page
This too-wide racing car
Might just excite a rage

(FIA Exec)
We think of a more permanent solution to our problem.

(Le Mans Representative)
What of Maserati's shiny new flagship?
Who are these carmakers trying to fool

(FIA Businessman)
Since its unveiling, it's struck up a commotion

(FIA Exec)
One thing to say, no doubt this car is cool

(Le mans Rep)
Don't leave Maserati to its own devices
The team that it fields will get out of control

(FIA Rep)
But how can we stop it, its glamour increases
They want to race and sit on top of the pole

(FIA Exec)
I see bad things arising
This car could be king
Which one of us might ban
I see people admonishing us
Admonishing us
Because of one car

(Other FIA Businessmen)
What can we do about this Maser-mania?
What of this wannabe racing car king?
Where do we start with a car that is bigger
Than Bentley was with its EXP Speed 8 thing?

(FIA Exec)
Fools! You have no perception
The stakes we are gambling
Are frighteningly high
Two inches is WAY off the scale
But it is just two inches
Does the MC12 drive?
Do two inches matter
Does the MC12 drive
Will it drive, will it drive
Will the MC12. MC12, MC12 drive

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Agrimorfee - March 21, 2005 - Report this comment
This is probably the first time I ever laughed at a song about a Maserati model car. Creative idea...could have changed more of the words, pacing off at the end, but still clever. I dare you to make more from JCS on this subject! 454

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