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Song Parodies -> "Two Viewer Rooms"

Original Song Title:

"Two Different Worlds"

Original Performer:

Don Rondo

Parody Song Title:

"Two Viewer Rooms"

Parody Written by:

Duc4AmIRight

The Lyrics

Here is the song about who was viewing, George & Germaine Briant, and Carole, who had enjoyed that 1951 "Beat the Clock" broadcast.
Nothing matters if I am George and Germaine are mine.
Two viewer rooms,
We live in two viewer rooms
For we've been told,
That a love like ours
Could never be.

So far apart,
They say we're seeing the scouts
And that we haven't
The right to make the elephants.

When will they learn,
That Carole came onto the set.
Nothing matters if I am George and Germaine are mine.

Two viewer rooms
We live in two viewer rooms
But we will show them as we came together in the sun,
That our two different words are one.

When will they learn,
That Roxanne cheered to the scouts.
Nothing matters if I am George and Germaine are mine.

Two viewer rooms
We live in two two viewer rooms
But we will show them as George & Germaine take it on,
That our two viewer rooms are one.

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