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Song Parodies -> "Under The Sea"

Original Song Title:

"Beyond The Sea"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Bobby Darin

Parody Song Title:

"Under The Sea"

Parody Written by:

VU

The Lyrics

It’s there, upon the sea
Not there then, suddenly
Its thuggish band by bombs were slammed
The bombed tub of junk was then failing

Gone where? Not on the sea!
Sank embarrassingly
Once it rode high, but now it lies
Below a kelp farm
Oil slick trailing

Big arms produced alarms
Crew cleared the decks real soon
The rockets took it out
It’s now way beneath the spume

The fleet now has no more
Flagship to use in war
Zapped easily upon the sea
And never again to go sailing

It made a waterspout
As it sank beneath the spume
The fleet now has no more
Flagship to use in war
Sank in the sea, like “strategy”
Of the Czar that is badly failing

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