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Song Parodies -> "Susanna's Testament, Part II"

Original Song Title:

"She'll Be Coming 'Round the Mountain"

Original Performer:

Traditional

Parody Song Title:

"Susanna's Testament, Part II"

Parody Written by:

Susanna Viljanen

The Lyrics

You may have my old bass when I die
you may have my old bass when I die
I will pluck a golden lyre
and no more that blue old Squier
you may have my old bass when I die

You may have my synthesizer when I die
you may have my synthesizer when I die
In the realm of Love and Hope-y
I'll be playing calliope-y
you may have my synthesizer when I die

You may have my old hat when I die
you may have my old hat when I die
It is good and it's well tailored,
I will suffice just with halo
you may have my old hat when I die

You may have my pair of jeans when I die
you may have my pair of jeans when I die
When are o'er the earthly stresses
I'll be wearing just white dresses
you may have my pair of jeans when I die

You may have my old mixer when I die
you may have my old mixer when I die
Me and Elvis, Sting and Bono
will be singing unisono
you may have my old mixer when I die

You may have my contraceptives when I die
you may have my contraceptives when I die
In the Heaven, I'm undaunted:
little angels are all wanted
you may have my contraceptives when I die

You may have my old doggie when I die
you may have my old doggie when I die
She is faithful, although glitchy
but she is by no means bitchy
you may have my old doggie when I die

You may have my old scooter when I die
you may have my old scooter when I die
I won't need no more those things
I'll get brand new pair of wings
You may have my old scooter when I die

You may have my old umbrella when I die
you may have my old umbrella when I die
In Heaven it'd be entertaining,
there is no more fear of raining
you may have my old umbrella when I die

You may have my washing machine when I die
you may have my washing machine when I die
In the Heaven my white skirt-y,
it will never more get dirty
you may have my washing machine when I die

You may have my alarm clock when I die
you may have my alarm clock when I die
In the grand dorm of Heaven
we will all wake up at seven
you may have my alarm clock when I die

You may have my coffee pot when I die
you may have my coffee pot when I die
When I'll meet Saint Valentin-o
we will drink just cappuccino
You may have my coffee pot when I die

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Tommy Turtle - May 11, 2009 - Report this comment
Being a lover of word-mangling, "caliope-y" tickled, as did Bono/unisono. However, I think I'll pass on your used contraceptives -- no offense, of course. The Heaven verse reminds me of an oldie:

The rain that raineth from the sky
Falleth on the just and the unjust fella
But it falleth mostly on the just
For the unjust stealeth the just's umbrella

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