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Song Parodies -> "A New Month; Find a Show That Can’t Be Viewed"

Original Song Title:

"I've Got A Warm Spot In My Heart For You"

Original Performer:

Ben Pollack

Parody Song Title:

"A New Month; Find a Show That Can’t Be Viewed"

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The Lyrics

With September now here, this means that as of September 2022, no kinescope of the 1951 “Beat the Clock” show featuring 300 Boy Scouts is known to exist. But just because a kinescope hasn’t been located yet doesn’t mean that it’s lost forever. Maybe a copy will turn up within the next few years, maybe not. Whatever the case, it was the greatest moment in television/human history.
A new month; find a show that can’t be viewed,
September’s here, find this lost show, it’s true,

Though the show is “lost forever” officially,
There must be one left; if so, give it to me!

Of course; a “Beat the Clock” show once transpired,
300 Boy Scouts cheering like a choir,

Past months have now gone away, this show still cannot be viewed,
A new month; find a show that can’t be viewed!

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