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Song Parodies -> "There Goes The Lion King"

Original Song Title:

"Apples And Oranges"

Original Performer:

Pink Floyd

Parody Song Title:

"There Goes The Lion King"

Parody Written by:

Darius Whitehead

The Lyrics

Mufasa Was The King Of Pride Rock, He Used To Tell His Son Never To Go To That Shadowy Place Over There. Made By Stephen J. Wilkins And Cody Hanley.
[Verse 1]
Got A Lion Cub Named Simba From Rafiki,
In The Circle Of Life,
Where The Animals See,
Simba Was The Lion Cub,
At The Top Of The Rock,
But Mufasa Told Simba About The Shadowy Place,
Yeah, Mufasa Told Simba About The Shadowy Place...
There Goes The Lion King.
There Goes The Lion King.

[Verse 2]
Beyond Their Borders, He Must Never Go There,
A King Can Do What He Wants,
Just As Long As He,
Never Goes There.
Simba Just Can't Wait,
To Be King Like Him,
Cause You Know Mufasa Is The King Like Ol' Sim.
There Goes The Lion King.
There Goes The Lion King.

Brother, Please...
...Please Help Me...
...Long Live...
...The King...
...Theeeeeeee Kiiiiiiiing....

[Verse 3]
Thought That Simba Would Give Up?
He Is Mufasa's Little Boy,
His Dad Was Dead,
Getting Run By A Herd,
Rafiki Knows The Way Where Mufasa Got Burned,
(Mufasa: RAAAAAWR!)
There Goes The Lion King,
There Goes The Lion King.

(C) Darius Kamron Whitehead Studios/Jim Henson Interactive LeapFrog Pictures LPDC Television Network

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