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Song Parodies -> "I Fear 'Das Rheingold'"

Original Song Title:

"My Beer Is Rheingold"

Original Performer:

Rheingold Beer Jingle

Parody Song Title:

"I Fear 'Das Rheingold'"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

The Estudiantina Waltz, or Band of Students Waltz, is a musical arrangement, made in 1883, by Emile Waldteufel. The main melody is universally recognized by Americans of a certain age as the Rheingold Beer jingle, with the words "My beer is Rheingold the dry beer. Think of Rheingold whenever you buy beer. It's not bitter, not sweet, it's the extra dry treat—Won't you try extra dry Rheingold beer?"
I hear “Das Rheingold”
and I fear
injury when “Das Rheingold”
hits my ear.
An ear-splitter,
it makes me tremble,
get the shakes.
Then I cry and I ply
“Rheingold” jeers.

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Pacing: 5.0
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Melanie Lee - April 06, 2016 - Report this comment
$5.55 for that Rheingold, bartender! Oh, watch how you split your lines in your lyrics; I got thrown for a minute. Cute job!

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