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Parody music

Parody music, or musical parody, involves changing or copying existing (usually well known) musical ideas or lyrics, or copying the particular style of a composer or artist, or even a general style of music. Although the intention of a musical parody may be humour (as in burlesque), it is the re-use of music that is the original defining feature.

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It is a parody on the song "supercalifragilisticexpialidocious" and still makes me laugh every time I watch it. Be warned, this video is biased towards a presidential candidate.

Contributed by Brett Veenendaal

Cute, funny, for everyone.

Contributed by Natalie Roberts

Makes season ten not hurt so much.

Contributed by Tabitha Chibi Keidel

I love this guy's parodies. especially this one; I kind of like it more than the original song

Contributed by Sam Feldstone

Some of the best parodies out there!

Contributed by Andy Kapetanakis

What if Disney's princesses lived in the real world? Set their telltale music to it and we find out

Contributed by Alyssa Perkins

Finally someone speaks up! The song's catchy but this version is much better!

Contributed by Alyssa Perkins

Bart Baker

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Bart Baker

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