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Song Parodies -> "Sing Misty For Me"

Original Song Title:

"Play Misty For Me"

Original Performer:

Clint Eastwood

Parody Song Title:

"Sing Misty For Me"

Parody Written by:

Patrick McWilliams

The Lyrics

A policeman once told me there are certain women who are attracted to cops. That got me to wondering if there are women who go for impoverished, reclusive parody writers. And, would I want to meet one if there are any?
Me: "Hello, what may I do for you?"

Caller: "Sing 'Misty' for me, only make it about the wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald".

Me: "Autumn mist, we were helpless as the ship began to list..."

Caller: "Now scream it like Jay!"

Me: "Cast a spell, on this woman on the phone line raising hell. Is she wanting a night in the sack, or a knife in my back? It's confusing, and too soon to tell".

Caller: "More, I want more!"

Me: "Sorry, I really must go now".

Caller: "Oh, no you aren't!"

Me: "Edmund Fitzgerald. Launched 1958. Twin turbine engines. 724 feet long. Single propeller, 19 feet in diameter".

Caller: "ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ" (29 snores, one for each crewman on the Edmund Fitzgerald).

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