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Song Parodies -> "Chuck and Diane"

Original Song Title:

"Jack and Diane"

Original Performer:

John Cougar Mellencamp

Parody Song Title:

"Chuck and Diane"

Parody Written by:

Bill Farrell

The Lyrics

Little ditty about Chuck and Diane
2 titled kids growing up in England
Chuck's gonna be a monarch man
Diane on the dashboard of Dodi's van.

Suckin' on steering wheel behind the Champs Elysées
Diane's sitting on Dodi's lap
She's a head on the motorway
Paparazzi shoot a spread for the front page
Makes a bigger splash than the girl on page 3
And Chucky say

Oh yeah the line goes on
Long after the son of 'Lizabeth's gone
Oh yeah the line goes on
Long after the son of 'Lizabeth's gone,
They reign on

Chuck sits back treasures his throne for a minute
Scratches his crown and does his best Henry VIII
I say, Camille, I saw Di's face on the radio
Camille says "Baby, she's just like Elton John"
Chucky say a


So they reign
So they rule
Queen Liz tells Brits
"We are better than you.
Hold onto empire as long as you can.
Subjects taxes make us
Billions of pounds."

A little ditty about Chuck and Diane
Two titled kids doing it all for Britain

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