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Song Parodies -> "Pink Floyd Presents The Wizard of Oz: Scenes 20 & 21"

Original Song Title:

"Vera/Bring The Boys Back Home"

Original Performer:

Pink Floyd

Parody Song Title:

"Pink Floyd Presents The Wizard of Oz: Scenes 20 & 21"

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The Lyrics

The gang killing some time before seeing the Wizard.
What makes the elephant charge his tusk in dusk?
What is it that makes the muskrat guard his musky musk,
Day after day?
Courage! Courage!
Now I sing of you
That's what they got that I ain't got
Feel the same, don't you?

I just want my home!
Aunt Em needs me home
You keep the munchkins, you just don't know, no!
Bring my Kansas home!

["I'll let you in to see the Wizard...I had an Aunt Em once!..."]

Do we really wanna go there?
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jay_sherman - June 19, 2014 - Report this comment
Nice. leading up to Comfortably Numb when the gang meets the wizard.

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