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Song Parodies -> "Double Rainbow"

Original Song Title:

"Rainbow in the Dark"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Double Rainbow"

Parody Written by:

Abbott Skelding

The Lyrics

Another one of those "why has no one done this yet?" ideas...enjoy! Original song:
Woke one morning
I live alone, no one’s around
Then I see before me, can’t believe
Can’t help but scream out loud!

It has to be magic
Or there’s something wrong with my eyes
Uncontrolled, I behold
It goes across the whole sky!

I have to go grab my camera
I have to show the world!
Double rainbow in the park
Two rainbows in the park

Can’t believe this!
What does this mean!? I don’t know
Then I cried “Oh my gosh, it’s so bright!”
Oh my goodness, what a show!

Must take a picture
Bright and vivid ‘cross the sky
Am I high? I must cry
It’s so intense, oh my!

No one could have seen this coming
I have to show the world!
Double rainbow in the park
Double rainbow in the park

Must have been raining
But then the sunshine comes right out
But to me I can see, “Is it three
Appearing from the clouds!?”

Must be magic
Or just this LSD I shared
But I’m here! A sightseer with my braided hair
“No way!”

No one will believe my story
I’ll upload this one day
This is pure YouTube gold!
Double rainbow!
Double rainbow in the park! Yeah
Double rainbow in the park!
Double rainbow in the park!
So bright and so vivid!
Double rainbow in the park!
Original Double Rainbow video:

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Overall Rating: 4.7

Total Votes: 9

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AFW - March 09, 2012 - Report this comment
Unique subject, but yes, I've seen one or two of those, myself...So I wonder if there'd be a pot of gold under each one...or maybe just a note under the secondary..saying, "See primary rainbow.."
Matthias - March 09, 2012 - Report this comment
Can't believe nobody has done a parody about this meme yet! Well done on breaking some new ground. Perhaps I'll do "Double Rainbow Connection" but I think I've seen that one done before.
Porfle Popnecker - April 12, 2012 - Report this comment
Double-plus good.
Arwen - April 13, 2012 - Report this comment funny. I had to go watch the video that inspired this again...excellent tribute to his excellent freak out! haha.
Peter Andersson - April 28, 2012 - Report this comment
RJD himself would approve, he-he! When he made his second album with Black Sabbath ("Mob Rules") Tony Iommi forbade him to write more songs about dragons, rainbows and magic, so he turned to the stars and wrote "sign of the southern cross" instead (one of their/his best IMHO).
bobpiecheese - April 28, 2012 - Report this comment
(SOTM) I saw one o' thems at my b-day party this year, Twas quite intense, indeed. Great parody here, 555 all the way!
Glen S - April 30, 2012 - Report this comment
Creative take on this. I would've had no clue how to parody it, so well done there. Enjoyed it, Abbott.
Blaydeman - April 30, 2012 - Report this comment
(SOTM) Double rainbows are always cool. Not a fan of the OS or Dio at all for that matter, but I still enjoyed this.

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