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This is a parody of “The One” by The Backstreet Boys. It tells the story of Avatar Wan, the first of many, as seen in a two-parter of Avatar: The Legend of Korra. Yes, this is legal


The young man was poor, and he had to struggle a bunch for one bite
He wanted more, and he got through with the element of heat and light
Banished to the wilderness
The aye-aye spirit could not care less
But then he saved the poor cat deer
Showing that he was nothing to fear

His name was Wan
The first Avatar from early on
Two years went by
That he lived with those strange Pokemon

Then one day Wan freed Vaatu from Raava the spirit of light
It seemed hope was gone, but our guy knew he still had a chance to make right
He saved that nomad town
Then learned to get airbending down
And in one year, he proved his worth
Gaining power over water and earth

Our hero Wan
Still had one nasty foe to take on
Ready to fight
Vaatu’s what he’d wipe his feet upon
Oh, poor guy Wan, for Vaatu had wiped out Wan’s hometown on sight

Still, there was much more to fear
Harmonic convergence was near
Vaatu’s powers he’d soon abuse
Raava and Wan had to fuse

Wan was enraged yet remained strong
The battle raged, but not for long
Now Vaatu’s caged inside that tree, sweet victory!

Hooray for Wan!
Though he could not turn Vaatu to flan
He made things right
Vaatu’s mischief and malice are gone
Hooray for Wan!

Hooray for Wan, first avatar
Vaatu is gone, Wan is a star
The cycle starts, continues on
Hope in our hearts begins with Wan
Farewell to Wan, though he’s through, he hands down that strange glowing kite
Avatar Wan


from Tornado of Squee, released March 18, 2015
parody of “The One” by Martin Max and Brian Littrell, new words by Tim Stevens





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