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Song Parodies -> "Next Door is Where the Blood Flows"

Original Song Title:

"Somewhere Over the Rainbow"

Original Performer:

Judy Garland

Parody Song Title:

"Next Door is Where the Blood Flows"

Parody Written by:

Robert D. Arndt Jr.

The Lyrics

I recently watched this low-budget horror film called "Blood Widow" which is an old school slasher flick with an unconventional ending. The psycho here is a girl named Tiffany that was in a boarding school who got raped by a man and so she hacked him up. Years later a young couple buy a house next door and invite their party friends up for a night. People go missing and finally Blood Widow shows up to kill in creative ways with a scythe, Kukri knife, a cat o' nine tails whip, and blunt objects! This is the first serial killer that actually takes the time to clean up her messes in the beginning and the tragic ending is yet another lesson not to turn your back on a percieved dead psycho... but also never EVER return when you had the chance to run and live. You either love or hate this film. I enjoyed it b/c I wanted all of those people to die immediately.
[Laurie]

Next door is where the blood flows
Scythe raised high
That's a place not worth searching
A place I'd care not to die

Next door is where the blood flows
Blood Widow
And the screams that I hear and fear
Are from friends I know

[From the Journal]

The little girl loved theater
Until raped and left as scarred
horribly
In the basement found bloody clothe
From all his body parts she chopped
Despite his pleas!

[Laurie]

Next door is where the blood flows
Outsiders die
With blunt object blow-by-blows
A whip flicked, cat tails o' nine

[Audience]

Can someone take a body-count?
Is Laurie in or is she out?
This ending's gory

Next door is where the blood flows
Heads do fly
Young adults killed by a psycho
Homicides. OH GOD, they died!!!

ALL of them...

[Blood Widow exits the basement exhausted knowing she has a lot of cleaning to do!!!]

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Pacing: 4.5
How Funny: 4.6
Overall Rating: 4.6

Total Votes: 19

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Bluebird - June 27, 2014 - Report this comment
Pacing way off. Not funny. What's "clothe"? Do you mean "cloth"?
Rob Arndt - June 27, 2014 - Report this comment
The pacing is only slightly off in 2 verses and the clothe spelling was a missed typo, although clothe is Old English same. I changed the rhyme in one line as well to suit my needs. So 454 or 434 or whatever but certainly not 111. Go rent the movie from Redbox! It's kinda a cult thing ;-)
Jonathan - June 27, 2014 - Report this comment
^ yes the pacing is only slightly off not way off as Bluebird said having said that this was bloody brilliant! 455
Rob Arndt - June 27, 2014 - Report this comment
Thanks Jon. Here is a small cover art:
https://encrypted-tbn3.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcSmLZ0j4_8YIUSpzDGCvJiqHloFCHVIWICbYrQKleeJzmGX28AXBApfTXer
Rob Arndt - July 01, 2014 - Report this comment
Better DVD covers:
http://www.covercity.net/cover/dvd-covers-blood-widow-34141

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