The Death of Tragedy

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The Death of Tragedy
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Notes

The Death of Tragedy or "A 27-Second Opera" was sung by Harlow Doyle dressed in a shepherd costume for the judges of America Sings in the episode Odyssey Sings!. He informs them that it is a song his mother used to sing in the hallway of the Carnegie Deli. Harlow, like Wooton, was also able to finish his song to the end.

Lyrics

Forsooth my love,
I am bewildered.
Forsooth: what doth
It mean?
Alas, my love.
I'll never know it.
For now
Love I
Am dead.
I'm dead!
I'm dead,
I'm dead!
I'm dead, I"m dead I'm DEEAAD-- Spoken: Ooh, is the note over? Thank you! Thank you! Ooh, I'm dead, I forgot.