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Song Parodies -> "He’s Once Mild-Mannered Harry"

Original Song Title:

"I'm Just Wild About Harry"

Original Performer:

Judy Garland

Parody Song Title:

"He’s Once Mild-Mannered Harry"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

Though he rarely prates
each time he berates.
His ire rained
on he from Bain, and. . .

He’s once mild-mannered Harry,
but he got riled at Romney
the IRS misses his and missus’
till that’s filled with money,
that’s according to Harry.

He says that they don’t pay their taxes,
but not a shred of proof has he.

So he’s not wild about Romney,
who ain’t wild about Harry
The verbal knives come out
Harry’s heard to shout
each reviled, ornery.

Did Wily get off tax-free?
So far Smiley is fact-free.

We while away time while Harry
is piling on to Romney:
the IRS misses his and missus’
till that’s filled with money

So did Wily pay no taxes
as per the claim made by Smiley?
Wily could wipe smile off Harry
with filings transparency.

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