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Song Parodies -> "Faye Dunaway"

Original Song Title:

"Let's Runaway"

Original Performer:

Debbie Gibson

Parody Song Title:

"Faye Dunaway"

Parody Written by:

Lionel Mertens

The Lyrics

In McQueen's eye
He'd seen 'the best' with Faye
She has a brilliant flair
Steve saw her shining
He saw her way
When they did 'The Thomas Crown Affair'

She is not a violet that shinks from the frey
Fiesty and unafraid to act like Barrows
She enchants 'Bonnie and Clyde'
A brash brilliant star that's Faye
Faye Dunaway

Her passionate face
Has eyes that pierce through the mist
That burned on her cheeks like flames
In 'Mommie Dearest's' film noir scenes
So A-list
So? She misread the Oscar names

Faye is not a puppet with strings on display
Fiesty and unafraid to face debacles
She defends her actions that night
A brash brilliant star that's Faye
Faye Dunaway

'Eyes of Laura Mars'
'Thomas Crown Affair'
Many more
Netflix tonight
And watch her 'Barflying'
Her eyes will enrapture

Faye is quite the actress go watch her today
Fiesty and unafraid to take on tough roles
She can act with sharp insight
A brash brilliant star that's Faye
Faye Dunaway

Faye is quite the actress
Faye is quite the actress

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