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Song Parodies -> "Killed Bill"

Original Song Title:

"Till Then"

Original Performer:

The Mills Brothers

Parody Song Title:

"Killed Bill"

Parody Written by:

Malcolm Higgins

The Lyrics

as the man on headline news said last night. "there is a lot of planning that goes into this act... this wasn't his first rodeo"
(doo-doo-doom) (doo-doo-doom) (doo-doo-doom)
(doo-doo-doom) (doo-doo-doom) (doo-doo-doom)

Killed Bill, it's rotten ... a tragedy
Killed Bill the rope a necessity
one day I hope I'll do this myself,
but it killed Bill

extremes begin with a restless old heart
self love made our grasshopper depart
Killed Bill, now he's flying so free
it just killed Bill......

although there are outfits you must wear and corsets that we find sublime
I know oxygen must be a loss a game that can cost you everything one time

killed Bill, he was there swinging free
killed bill, he is just a memory
killed Bill now I must warn you again
it just Killed Bill....

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Mark Scotti - June 10, 2009 - Report this comment
You really "Squeezed" a lot out of this subject today, but it's all good(bad for him, though..)

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