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Home Blog Features Potter Songs: An Ode to Neville Longbottom
Potter Songs: An Ode to Neville Longbottom Print E-mail
Written by Ivan Radford   
Saturday, 18 June 2011 09:33

With only four weeks until Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2, the massively successful series is almost over. And it's kind of sad, in a way - something hammered home yesterday by the final trailer for the final part of the epic franchise finale. It's all sounding rather final really. (Sad face.)

And so I'm taking the time to bid farewell to some of the best characters from the Potter films - hopefully one per week for the next month (presuming I can be bothered). First up? Neville Longbottom.


We all know Neville Longbottom is a total dude. Even if you haven't read the books, you just need to look at Matthew Lewis to see his incredible transformation over the years. He's gone from the podgy doofus above to this:


(More sexy pictures and character banners of Neville are available in this Deathly Hallows Part 2 gallery.)

His complete and utter bad-assery is why I felt the need to pay tribute to Neville Longbottom in a song.

And so without further ado, this is an Ode to Neville:



And yes, I am also annoyed that I spelt Remembrall wrong, but I was distracted by thoughts of Matthew Lewis covered in melted cheese at the time.


If you have other characters from the Harry Potter series that you'd like to be immortalized in (rubbish) song form, send your requests to @iFlicks - and I'll try to think of excuses for ignoring them.