Phaniltom (The Song Parody)PHANTOM OF THE OPERA(sung to the tune of "Alexander Hamilton" from Hamilton, written by Lin-Manuel Miranda)DAROGA:
How's a soprano-chasing, disfigured son of amason, who's living far beneath theOpera House where the Parisians do promenadein fine brocade and glitter
become a vocal coach behind a mirror?
This mask-wearing Op'ra Ghost with regal bearingspent his youth faring for himself and preparingfor a life of wayfaring'cuz his folks were uncaringBy fifteen, he was a master of arts no point comparing
Went 'round the world to learn but soon his bridges were all crossedand burned at every turn because he kept his guard upResigned, he retired to Paris but then one dayhe got to build a new opera house with Charles Garnier
Then the Commune came, and devastation reigned
Our man saw his future drip, dripping down the drain
Killed off some punk insurgents, shouted