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Song Parodies -> "Fly from His Quiver"

Original Song Title:

"Cry me a River"

Original Performer:

Ella Fitzgerald

Parody Song Title:

"Fly from His Quiver"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

Robin Hood’s the only
superb archer in his crew.
His arrows fly from his quiver, fly from his quiver
and alight right into you…

that’s if you’re the sorry
Richard-usurping boobs.
His arrows fly from his quiver, fly from his quiver
and alight right into you…

They thought that Richard the Lionheart was dead,
so they started to spread fear.
A band of merry men, by Robin led,
took a job on as their mission…
started liberating the land.

They stole from the comfy,
redistributed loot
to all the guys who’d had riven wealth and been driven
to find the quiver of this dude.

Guy’s got a quiver and can shoot.

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