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Song Parodies -> "The Ballad Of John F. Kennedy, Jr."

Original Song Title:

"Last Kiss"

Original Performer:

Pearl Jam

Parody Song Title:

"The Ballad Of John F. Kennedy, Jr."

Parody Written by:

Sharon Krebs

The Lyrics

Oh where, oh where can John, Jr. be?
Another wiped out Kennedy.
He's gone to heaven, so we've all got to pray
That no more Kennedys leave this world violently.

He was out in his plane with his wife and her sis;
He didn't know things would go amiss.
Twenty-two hundred feet in fogged air--
Twelve seconds later, oh, what a scare!
He couldn't stop, so they plummeted down;
We'll never forget that dreadful sound!
The screaming voices, the roaring splash
That night in Martha's Vineyard, Mass.


When we woke up that Saturday, we found
Reporters were standing all around.
Something stark happened through the night.
The bodies and plane were missing, that's right.
The Kennedy Compound was the gathering place
To hold each other just a little while.
His cousin's wedding had to be postponed,
They held a grief mass at the Kennedy home.
Now "John-John's" gone, it's a devastating scene;
Then what becomes of "George" magazine?


Ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh!
Uh, oh, oh, oh, oh!

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