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Song Parodies -> "Diego To The Rescue"

Original Song Title:

"If I Wanted To"

Original Performer:

Melissa Etheridge

Parody Song Title:

"Diego To The Rescue"

Parody Written by:

Christy McDaniel

The Lyrics

This song is about Dora's cousin Diego.
Yes, Diego can rescue any animal
He helps lizards and maybe even camels
He could even rescue his friend Baby Jaguar
or ride in a jeep, that's a type of Car
DIego has some help from Dora too
Diego to the rescue
Diego to the rescue
He could slither like a snake or hop like a frog
He imitates animals especially in a fog
One thing Diego needs before things turn black
He will need some help from Rescue Pack
And watch out for the Bobo Brothers too
Diego to the rescue
Diego to the rescue
He could sing a song
To get an animal to move
He is always there
to the rescue
Diego to the rescue
At the animal center Diego works there
His sis Alicia is always waiting there
There is also a camera, Her name is Click
When there's an animal in trouble, Deigo's always there
You know we all are very proud of you
DIego to the rescue
Diego to the rescue
If you haven't heard of Diego, You've been hiding under a rock!

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Pacing: 3.0
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Overall Rating: 1.5

Total Votes: 2

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