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Song Parodies -> "George & Germaine Briant"

Original Song Title:

"Dancing in the Moonlight"

Original Performer:

Ben Pollack

Parody Song Title:

"George & Germaine Briant"

Parody Written by:


The Lyrics

On July 20, 1921, George & Germaine Briant were married and went on to become the greatest people in human history. Through 83 years of marriage, and the 1951 episode of “Beat the Clock” that has been mentioned on this site, this couple remains an inspiration to humans everywhere. On the week of the 101st anniversary of the marriage of this great couple, this Ben Pollack parody is dedicated to them.
George & Germaine Briant,
Married a long time,
Celebrate the Briants’ anniversary...

There’s George Leon Briant,
And Germaine, his wife,
Married through the decades,
Living very long lives!

No one has been greater,
Than these two humans,
Here we celebrate their anniversary...

Give these two attention,
Sing this ‘30s song,
You'll thank George & Germaine Briant
All week long...
Remember them this way.

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Pacing: 5.0
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Overall Rating: 5.0

Total Votes: 5

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