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As always MLP: FIM is owned by Hasbro, all rights reserved. (Look away)(Bolero and Dusk Shine sneak away)(Back at the plot)Evil Bolero: Huh. The reson why i just had Dusk Shine and Bolero beat up the groomsmen is because i couldn't think of a good substitute for the bouquet toss at the time. Men tend to put a lot less entusiasm into the garter toss, it's more just to be fun.

My own personal suggestion, feel free to ignore it. Evil Bolero: But how did you escape the groomsmen.(Back in the cave...)Groomsmen: (approaching)Good Bolero: Umm... Of course this joke still works for Elusive because he is such a romantic guy.2.

Part 2 of the stallion version of Canterlot wedding is hear! This Day Aria: Easily the most popular song in MLP history.

My stallion version combines elements of Victor Frost and Philsterman's versions. : In order to make the changling king look especially evil, i made him very sexist.

Solaris' error: I didn't like how in the real episode, Princess Celestia refered to the newly wed couple as 'mare and cole'.

So to be funny, I had Solaris make the same mistake in reverse by calling them 'stallion and filly'.

This day was going to be perfect The kind of day of which I dreamed since I was small But instead of having cake With all my friends it would be great My wedding bells they may not ring for me at all.

I could care less about this mess (Flourishes cape)I won't partake in any cake Vows, well I will be lying when I say That through any kind of weather I'll want us to be together The truth is I couldn't love at all No I do not love the bride For my heart is dead inside But mark my words she'll be all mine We must escape before its too late Find a way to leave this cave Its true, I'd be lying if I say I don't fear that I may lose her To one who wants to use her Not care for love and cherish her each day For I oh-so love the bride Oh in my heart she does preside Oh Gleaming Shield, I'll be there very soon.


Your idea is very clever, i think i will add it to the script.

This is because a sexist man is every womans worst fear in a husband.

Also, it's make the real Bolero look more like a true gentleman, in how he admire Sparkling Shield's strength.

Finally the moment has arrived For me to take my rightful prize Oh, the wedding we won't make She'll end up marrying a fake Gleaming Shield will be Mine, all mine! Its just that sparkle is to harsh a tone for the song, when you singing the high notes,and I really dont like puns based of the real mlp, I think it needs to stand on its own.

I think that making him say I care not about her dress is kind of lazy, its just doesnt fit, and is kind of a cop out.

I have a version I wrote, This day is going to be perfect The kind of day of which I dreamed since I was small Everypony will gather round Say I look lovely in my crown What they don't know is that I have fooled them all.


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