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Song Parodies -> "The Lost Mission Lyrics"

Original Song Title:

"The Mission Part I (NBC Nightly News theme)"

Original Performer:

John Williams

Parody Song Title:

"The Lost Mission Lyrics"

Parody Written by:

Cedric Baker

The Lyrics

Inspired by Bill Bailey's parody of John William's the Mission Part I as seen in a video posted by GoodW0lf on YouTube titled "Bill Bailey's American vs. British New Themes" and the "lost lyrics" made up by sports radio host Steve Czaban for CBS's NCAA Basketball theme used from 1993-2003 (which can be heard in part in a video posted by czabecast also on Youtube titled "Come On and Watch Some Basketball Song".
Violins: Direct your attention to your television screen!
Fanfare: live from NBC News World Headquarters! This is NBC Nightly News! Question motif: Our anchor this evening is Brian Williams.
Answer motif: the most trusted journalist of his age!
QM: Our mission is to bring you the news of the day.
AM: in a convenient half hour format!
QM: from anywhere in the world where news events occur.
AM: without any political bias!
BW as QM: good evening and welcome.
BW as AM: to this evening's broadcast!
BW as QM: of the program I am anchoring.
BW as QM: this edition of!
BW as AM: NBC Nightly News.
BW as AM: from wherever!
BW as QM: You may be watching this broadcast, which could be absolutely anywhere around this world or ours!
BW as AM: Now let's get to the headlines!
BW as QM: just as soon as we shamelessly plug our own website.
BW as AM:!
BW as QM: and give our obligatory kudos to our cable satellites.
BW as AM: MSN- and CNBC!
BW as QM: Now with that out of the way, we can finally get to the news! Audience as AM: thank god, it's about mother f***ing time!
Violins: Thank you so very much for you patience!
Audience as AM: we swear to god we were about to switch over.
QM: but where on earth where could you have possibly gone?
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