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Song Parodies -> "Guy Who Won't Die (album)"

Original Song Title:

"Eye In The Sky (album)"

Original Performer:

The Alan Parsons Project

Parody Song Title:

"Guy Who Won't Die (album)"

Parody Written by:

Scotty Dangerously

The Lyrics

This is my fixed album parody sequel to The Burn of the Freddy Guy The reason why I am saying that this is a fixed album parody sequel is because I replaced Track #3 with a cleaner song parody. Like I mentioned earlier this week, I chose Jesse to be the main character and protagonist of my Freddy albums.
Freddy’s a Guy Who Won’t Die
"Eye In The Sky"
by The Alan Parsons Project

Locked Up in the Elm Street Mental Hospital
"Children of the Moon"
by The Alan Parsons Project

One! Two! Freddy’s Coming For You!
by The Alan Parsons Project

The Dream Warriors Anthem
"Silence and I"
by The Alan Parsons Project

That Freddy Got My Fingers Burned
"You’re Gonna Get Your Fingers Burned"
by The Alan Parsons Project

All Dreams Are Fatal on Elm Street
by The Alan Parsons Project

Freddy’s Dead
"Step by Step"
by The Alan Parsons Project

A Safe Night on Elm Street
"Old and Wise"
by The Alan Parsons Project
Whenever I get a chance, I will come up with the third and final chapter to complete my Elm Street album trilogy. It could be a sequel to "Guy Who Won't Die" OR prequel to "The Burn of the Freddy Guy." But at least, the first two Freddy albums I wrote so far would be good enough to be released on Broadway. If my Elm Street trilogy gets released on Broadway, I could have a guy play as Jesse and a girl play as Jesse's girlfriend, Lisa. They will have to be between their late teens and mid 20s to play as those juvenile victims, and that will go for those actors who want to play as the other juvenile victims of Freddy. Whoever will play as Freddy and the adult characters should not be too difficult to find. Anyways, wish me luck on all of this.

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