“Goodbye Studio E” – A Parody

I apologize in advance. The first line stuck in my head and I just had to go with it. Sung to the tune of Elton John’s “Candle in the Wind.” Roll over the underlined lyrics for additional facts about Studio E Music or scroll down if you need a reminder of how the tune goes.

Verse 1:
Goodbye Studio E
You’ve had locations at three malls
And a bakery in Glouster
Where Kramers graced the walls

We were weekend warriors
And bands with dreams of fame
You rented Yorkville cabinets
And we played them at full gain

Chorus:
Every brand of keyboard, guitar and bass
Banjo, fiddle and mandolin
I always knew just where to turn to
When I broke a string

And did you know the owner?
His name was Tim
His credit ran out long before
The inventory did

Verse 2:
Relocation was tough
The toughest haul you ever made
That tornado forced your hand
From The Plains back to East State

It was quite a ride
When the wind tore off the roof
Nine people screamed and prayed
In a tiny practice room

Repeat Chorus

Verse 3:
Goodbye Studio E
You’ve had locations at three malls
And a bakery in Glouster
Where Kramers graced the walls

Goodbye Studio E
I hate to see you go
You gave this town so much more
More than they will ever know

Repeat Chorus

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