Parody of “Harvey”, words and music by
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Parody of “Harvey”, words and music by Kathy Mar
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I don’t mean to alarm you, but I thought you’d better know:
I’m looking for a friend of mine. He must be laying low.
He’s two feet tall, five pounds or so, and dressed a lot like me.
The latest thing in talking dolls, the kind seen on T.V.
Have you seen my Good Guy, Chucky?
I lost him ’round the hill.
I turned my back one minute and
He figured he had time to kill.
And Chucky is so clever,
He’s very hard to catch.
I’d hide at home if I were you
And fasten down the latch!
He came this way, I’m certain, ’cause he leaves a special pall
On all the lucky people Chucky leaves alive at all.
It seemed so deathly quiet here, when I looked into this store,
I know he’s here and there he is: he’s right behind that door!
Say hello to my friend Chucky.
He’s really quite a shock.
You wouldn’t think a little guy
Could handle such a heavy rock.
I wonder just what happened
To that butcher knife he had.
If he’s losing Mom’s good cutlery,
It sure will make her mad.
As long as I’m with Chucky, I get everything I like.
The stores give us all kinds of stuff, from candy to a bike.
And all the dull and boring folks who plague our lives each day
Pass on before you blink an eye, if Chucky gets his way.
Do you like my Good Guy, Chucky?
Then come along with us.
We’ll blaze a trail to Disneyland,
Once we’ve hijacked us a Greyhound bus.
And when our spree is over,
And we’ve wandered home again,
We’ll find the schoolyard bully,
And show him our new friend.