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Song Parodies -> "Two Origins Both Not True"

Original Song Title:

"I Put a Spell On You"

Original Performer:

Screamin' Jay Hawkins

Parody Song Title:

"Two Origins Both Not True"

Parody Written by:

Robert D. Arndt Jr.

The Lyrics

Both Wiki entries for Where's Waldo and Mr. Magoo are incorrect according to a new book on character origins...
Two origins both not true
Not this time

Where's Waldo and Mr. Magoo
M. Handford and J. Hubley
Real characters more funny

Waldo in the '80s was a hit
Always lost in a crowd
But was based on Magoo's nephew
Not as a pinpoint standin' round

Two origins both not true
Not this time
New finds

Now Magoo
From World War 2
Lt. Nagu
Who was short and fat
Wore spectacles
'Cause he couldn't see
FMPU* captured that

Nagu to Magoo, naturally**
Two origins both not true
Not this time
(Waldo taken from his nephew, renamed Wally)***
* First Movie Production Unit of which John Hubley was in, 1942
** NOT W.C. Fields
*** Handford called his character Wally in the Canada original book which reverted to Waldo in the US version.

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