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Original Song Title:

"Witch's Chant"

Original Performer:

Shakespeare's Macbeth

Parody Song Title:

"That 80's Chant"

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The Lyrics

That 80's Chant

Round about the fondue pot,
In the bits of people's rot

By the grazing of the goat,
Now we sail upon this boat
Snout of pig, beak of hawk,
Rubbed against the dirty dock

Double, double, toil and trouble,
Candle burn and fondue bubble

Jason’s blade and Freddy’s glove,
Shard of jade and wing of dove
Horn of bull, toe of teacher,
Just to spice, add tongue of preacher
With tail of chimp, it shall be whipped,
And tiger’s tooth that has been chipped
Hood of nun and friar’s head,
This will make the drink real dread

Double, double, toil and trouble,
Candle burn and fondue bubble

Jackson’s nose, Jagger’s toes,
Lung and heart from football pros
Ozzy’s glasses, Johnny’s eyes,
Whoopi’s fingers, Clooney’s cries
Just for fun, add Gibson’s brain,
Then he’ll know the truth of pain
Bowie’s voice, Gretzky’s stick,
Athlete’s cleats, just for kicks

Double, double, toil and trouble,
Candle burn and fondue bubble

Cool it with the skunk’s breath,
Then the fondue’s good as death
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