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Song Parodies -> "Fairy Time, My Tutu’s On"

Original Song Title:

"Carry On, Wayward Son"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Fairy Time, My Tutu’s On"

Parody Written by:

Mark Scotti

The Lyrics

Yes, currently this is a fairy tale. But the scary thing is it could all come too true toooo soooon!!!
Fairy Time, My Tutu’s On,
And I'll now dance in my long johns
Look so eerie beat my chest,
Hope to fly once more.....

Once I bumped my head and have some delusions,
So for a lift, wave wand for seclusion,
I am rising so much faster, could it be I'm high.
Now my mind believes I can help like Pan's band,
See my mind thinks that I'm Tink, not a mad man,
Lost boys are voices that I'm hearin', my mind hears them say....

Tutu’s on, now wave your wand,
And make world peace, dream has begun
The government won't address,
Children cry, no more...

Just parading with some cause but no reasons,
I will say you had no plans, that's like treason,
And if the public gets too wise man, on election day change will grow.
Gov is giving me some mixed up emotions,
Crossed right out adrift on Poverty Ocean,
Did not endorse change of misfortune, now my mind hears voices say....

Tutu’s on, just wave your wand,
Made up some jobs, lies have been spun
They lost our house and will bet,
Banks will take some more....

Voters gone, live in shanty splendors,
Healthcare shot, sickness takes our members,
Now our life just shorter waiting,
Until heaven welcomes you.....

Wings are on, we've met our God,
Now we're at peace, new life's begun
Had our chance to change for best,
But our votes were poor...........

Copyright 2010

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Pacing: 4.4
How Funny: 5.0
Overall Rating: 4.4

Total Votes: 5

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Old Man Ribber - October 18, 2010 - Report this comment
Mark - I have a feeling that this isn't "Kansas" anymore. Good job! ;D
Below Average Dave - October 18, 2010 - Report this comment
That's a safe bet OMR:) Fun idea Mark, wow
Mark Scotti - October 18, 2010 - Report this comment
Waving a wand of thanks to Ribber(you are sooo right!), and Dave!!!
TJC - October 18, 2010 - Report this comment
Nice use of OS--Apocolypschtick to the max, Mark!
Mark Scotti - October 18, 2010 - Report this comment
Thanks, TJC. It is quickly becoming a scary thought...
Tommy Turtle - November 03, 2010 - Report this comment
DKTOS, and don't really quite "get" it - sorry. Could you either tell me if you have an inthe00s account, or else drop me an email sometime? Bottom of any of my songs for the past year, there's an Email thing after the copyright notice. Click it, solve the captcha, email addy revealed. Thanks.
Mark Scotti - November 04, 2010 - Report this comment
To TT - it's about a guy who, after a bump on the head, thinks he could just 'magically" solve our world and country's problems...and we know that's not going to happen..Thanks TT
TT - November 04, 2010 - Report this comment
Oh, OK. DK if there was a ref to an actual person - hey, I'm a reptile with a brain the size of a pea (true of turtles) -- and now I see it as a parallel of the Big O, minus the head bump. 555. Still would like to email sometime.

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