Should be sung to traditional Here Comes the Bride song. German composer Richard Wagner wrote this song. The name of this song is "Bridal Chorus" though in English-speaking countries it is more commonly known as "Here Comes the Bride" or "Wedding March." Here comes the bride all dressed in white where is the﻿ groom? he's in the changing room why is he there? he lost his underwear now it's too late we have to celebrate! _____________________________ Another silly version Here Comes the bride, all fat and wide. Here comes the groom, skinney as a broom. _____________________________ One more silly version Here comes the bride fair, fat and wide, slipped on a banana peel and went for a ride _____________________________ A really funny version! Here comes the bride All dressed in white Where is the groom In the toilet room Where is the ring In the toilet thing _____________________________ Another Hilarious version! Here comes the Bride Where is the Groom Down on Second Street In a saloon. _____________________________ Another Funny version! Here comes the bride Big fat and wide See how she wobbles From side to side. Here comes the groom Skinny as a room He'd wobble too If he had any room. _____________________________ Another one to tickle you Here comes the bride All fat and wide Steps into a taxi falls out the other side. _____________________________ Short Version Here comes the bride Short fat and wide Lift up her girdle And phew she is curdle _____________________________ Additional line here comes the usher, The grand toliet flusher _____________________________ Geographic twist: Here comes the bride All filled with pride Tripped with a trance I see London, I see France _____________________________ Another version Here comes the bride, very fat and wide. Where is the groom? In the dressing room? Why is he there? Because he lost his hair! Why did he lose his hair? He dropped his underwear!