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Song Parodies -> "Daisy, Made by Nintendo"

Original Song Title:

"Somewhere Over The Rainbow"

Original Performer:

Judy Garland

Parody Song Title:

"Daisy, Made by Nintendo"

Parody Written by:

Timmy Menard

The Lyrics

I had a hard time remembering this video game spoof of Somewhere Over the Rainbow by Judy Garland. It's probably because this song originally came from a decade way before my time. This song is about Princess Daisy and she is my favorite Nintendo character because of her femme-fatale personality.
Daisy, made by Nintendo
You look great.
You're almost not a Peach clone, no wonder you've changed.
Daisy, made by Nintendo
You're my girl.
Your skills really amaze me, love that flower swirl.

Princess Daisy, you are the best.
Only once you were in distress.
Amazing
You are the lovely flower queen.
Nintendo's tough girl, I have seen.
That's why you're lovely.

Daisy, made by Nintendo
You are cool.
You are the queen of spin-offs.
That is why you rule.

People will see you in more games,
outside of spin-offs.
Now I feel so great.

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