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Song Parodies -> "Minnesota"

Original Song Title:

"Nessun Dorma"

Original Performer:

Luciano Pavarotti

Parody Song Title:


Parody Written by:

Hu's On First

The Lyrics

This is the state of gophers
It's really cold up here, and
We eat wild rice, oh
And sometimes you'll see a moose
When you go camping

We watch the Vikings and the Twins on TV
And we eat hotdish in our log cabins while the loons call out in the middle of the night
We like Bob Dylan and Prince on the radio; they sing so well
Such good musicians!

In northern Minnesota there are
The Boundary Waters tinted blue

O Minnesota
Lead us not to frostbite
Lead us not to frostbite
Look to the northern star
Northern star
Northern star!!!!!

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Old Man Ribber - January 25, 2012 - Report this comment
Hu - Bravissimo! We need more Giacomo Puccini here. Now all that remains is for you or I to do a parody of Largo Al Factotum from Rossini's Barber Of Seville! ;D

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