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January 26, 2015

"We Are The Christians," Chris Caillouet parody of "We Are The Champions,"Queen, Comment by Deist Report this comment
Vous êtes Charlie! Good for you. 5-2-4.
"We Are The Christians," Chris Caillouet parody of "We Are The Champions,"Queen, Comment by Chris Caillouet Report this comment
That's okay, Callmelennie, I might have predicted as much. I won't deny this may be one of my more, shall we say, provocative parodies.
"We Are The Christians," Chris Caillouet parody of "We Are The Champions,"Queen, Comment by Chris Caillouet Report this comment
Hey Jonathan, I appreciate the candid feedback. This isn't exactly a "ha ha" funny kind of song, so lower votes in that column may be in order. Don't let it stop you from voting your opinion if you're so inclined; I think it would be refreshing (and much more meaningful) to see more nuance and less polarization in the ratings.
"We Are The Christians," Chris Caillouet parody of "We Are The Champions,"Queen, Comment by Callmelennie Report this comment
I think most of your one-bombers don't know where you're coming from, Chris. They think you actually believe the things you're writing
"It's The Measles," Don Milne parody of "It's A Small World,"Walt Disney, Comment by Phil Alexander Report this comment
Infectious stuff :-)
"The Anti-Bill Gates Song," Spencer Karter parody of "The FCC Song,"Eric Idle, Comment by Deb Report this comment
Find South Florida homes for sale, market statistics, foreclosures, property taxes, ... Seller: Broward County Circuit Court, Larry Mcdaniel and Connie Mcdaniel.
"I Want My Sock," Daniel H. Lantz parody of "I Wanna Rock,"Twisted Sister, Comment by Giorgio Coniglio Report this comment
Very insistent lyrics, but not too funny or interesting.
"I Want My Sock," Daniel H. Lantz parody of "I Wanna Rock,"Twisted Sister, Comment by Jonathan Report this comment
Um... Hmm... o_0
"Thins His Hair With Sprite®," Chris Caillouet parody of "In The Air Tonight,"Phil Collins, Comment by Jonathan Report this comment
not bad... not the best 3's I actually did something similar by attempting a nonsense parody here recently with a parody of Ricky Martin's "Livin' La Vida Loca" which despite my worst fears has actually been rated pretty positively! and as grateful as I am for that (and that is SUPER grateful! :)) I don't think I'll be writing one of those again anytime soon it's too far out of my comfort zone but maybe with practice you can churn out some hilarious nonsensical ditties here! :)
"It's The Measles," Don Milne parody of "It's A Small World,"Walt Disney, Comment by Jonathan Report this comment
This Track Is Sick! 5's
"Flying, Open Sphincter, Over Land," Parody Pete parody of "Walking In A Winter Wonderland,"Traditional, Comment by Jonathan Report this comment
Oh Poo! 5's
"We Are The Christians," Chris Caillouet parody of "We Are The Champions,"Queen, Comment by Jonathan Report this comment
while I won't deny you the pacing was excellent this just simply wasn't as funny as it could've been then again I myself have Christian leanings so maybe that's why I didn't find it too enjoyable? it's not that I was offended or anything and I have even laughed at jokes at Christianity's expense before it's just this... seemed a little off I didn't vote because I'm not sure what the overall score would be just that the pacing would at least get a 4 (if not a 5) Have A Blessed Day! :)
"Stealthy AIR-space Man," Giorgio Coniglio parody of "Secret Agent Man,"Johhny Rivers, Comment by Phil Alexander Report this comment
Sorry, but you don't get to redefine words just to help your arguments: "anonymous" means "without a name"; "pseudonymous" means "using a false name". It is the work of a few minutes (probably less) to tie the real, physical me to the name I post under here, paridoes or comments. If you were to try the glove in the face, you could find me easily enough. I do hope you're reasonably competent at foil, sabre or even épée

But in the context of amiright, you have commentors who are inarguably parody authors making snide remarks on others' work while hiding their amiright identities. Sometimes wanting anonymity is understandable: since arguing with some of the offenders on here, as soon as I post any parody, it gets hit by 1-votes. I've been around for too long for this to bother me, but not everyone wants to see their vote averages tumble. You may not like the word "coward" to describe that, but by your own argument, the word "coward" is just a string of ones and zeroes.. and does it really count as a personal attack when the person is hiding behind a pseudonym?

Sorry, but I'm not convinced Martin Gardy was who he said he was, either (that was an odd comments thread, not least because of the number of Americans who don't seem to know their neighbour's national anthem); if he did write the parody he posted in the comments thread as a paean to Giorgio, he must have lifted most of it from another pseudonymous commenter from 2013. "Snapletts" doesn't seem to have left any trace at all, so I don't know what you're talking about, I'm afraid.
"(It) Totally Drips When I Shart," Chris Caillouet parody of "Total Eclipse Of The Heart,"Bonnie Tyler, Comment by Chris Caillouet Report this comment
Giorgio Coniglio: I saw the comment from Pseudonym on your "Stealthy AIR-space Man" parody complaining about "graphic descriptions of defecation and prison rape" and "A slang term for an erect male member." Here's a big "NO" to your suggestion about how I should apply my talents, and a suggestion for you: If you two find my work and that of others so troubling, you are welcome to avoid it in the future. As I write, this parody has more 5s than 1s so you are clearly in the minority here. Still, I won't be upset if you choose to post more criticism or try to drag my scores down with lots of 1s. Also, as long as you are going around tagging parodies that offend you, be sure to check out Harold Fuccerman's "He's Got The Whole World Up His Butt"; it should be right up your alley, so to speak. Btw, you and Pseudo should be happy to know that my parody of "On The Road Again" about premature ejaculation did not get published; therefore censorship is not entirely dead. Finally, your sign-off claim of "taking humor seriously" is silly, since humor by definition serves to undercut seriousness and turn it on its head. Just because you don't like bathroom humor doesn't mean you are somehow more "serious" about humor than those who do.
"Go Grab Cialis," Callmelennie parody of "White Rabbit,"Jefferson Airplane, Comment by Calmelennie Report this comment
You don't think turning Grace Slick's ridiculously overwrought anthem to LSD into a commercial for an ED medication isn't a serious attempt at humor, GioLio? I do. In fact i'm so sure of it, I'm going to perform it at a karaoke in a few weeks ........ On the other hand, you might be correct in saying that here has been a PATTERN of excessively crude material in the past week, so I will post accordingly. I'll hold off on doing "Viva Viagra" for a while, how's that?
"Stealthy AIR-space Man," Giorgio Coniglio parody of "Secret Agent Man,"Johhny Rivers, Comment by Libertarian Report this comment
1. I see that my original remarks have been deleted for some incomprehensible reason. But, as I recall, I said that anything goes with reference to the give and take of well-reasoned debate. Except that personal attacks, as used against Pseudonym, are out. Period. Makes no difference whether "coward" or "vermin" are used as a first strike or in retaliation for a preemptive personal attack.
2. You call yourself "Phil Alexander." You might as well call yourself "Etaoin Shrdlu." You are not a physical entity in either case. You are an abstraction, not available to receive a glove in the face. Therefore, you are de facto anonymous.
3. The newbies were Snapletts and Martin Gardy. The latter auditioned with an estimable parody praising Giorgio, but it appeared in the body of a comment. This upset Giorgio, who "owned" the string, and he had it deleted because, according to him it contained an ethnic slur. Such slur was pre-announced by Gardy and, in any case, amounted to the offensiveness of Mark Twain using the N-word in Huckleberry Finn. So the parody is gone, and so is Gardy.
4. Pseudonym's real name is Pseudonym. All our names and responsibilities are as ineffable as strings of ones and zeroes.
"It's The Measles," Don Milne parody of "It's A Small World,"Walt Disney, Comment by Chris Caillouet Report this comment
This works really well, Don. If Disney would consider substituting your version as the soundtrack for the IASW ride, maybe some folks would start to get the message!
"Flushed Away," Agrimorfee parody of "Blown Away,"Carrie Underwood, Comment by Giorgio Coniglio Report this comment
Had a small, less acute version of this problem with kids at a much later age. Parents on an extended vacation, a flushed bouquet, complete with long stiff stems later retrieved by plumber, never explained by the perpetrator! 5s.
"Sharpton's Can," Randy Hearn parody of "Sharp Dressed Man,"ZZ Top, Comment by Giorgio Coniglio Report this comment
As a contributor, I personally find this distasteful, and believe others concur, as per above remarks. Let's maintain a broad appeal for this site. Taking humor seriously (No rating assigned). GioLio
"Go Grab Cialis," Callmelennie parody of "White Rabbit,"Jefferson Airplane, Comment by Giorgio Coniglio Report this comment
Isn't the language getting a little excessive?. I know that some of us here, like the esteemed entity "Pseudonym" and others, would hope that the site retains a broad appeal by avoiding going past acceptable limits. Taking humor seriously, GioLio..
"Stealthy AIR-space Man," Giorgio Coniglio parody of "Secret Agent Man,"Johhny Rivers, Comment by Phil Alexander Report this comment
Oops.. Egg on face time: should've been a bit more alert for French spelling of satyr, given the profusion of other mots français; re épée - I guess the French must be a bit miffed, because the rest of the fencing world mispronounces it (to be fair, the rest of the fencing world has dispensed with both acute accents, but I'd only noticed it spelt without the first acute - possibly because the accent on a capital letter is often omitted). Sorry, Giorgio (and thanks for the kind words):-)

To "Libertarian" - criticism may be valid, but spewing bile using a pseudonym is a cowardly act. Calling someone a coward for doing so is therefore not a personal attack, it is a valid description. But you seem to be logically challenged: if you use your name, you are by definition not anonymous. "Haughty and dismissive of a couple of newbies"?? I've not noticed that from any named parody author (but I don't read every single message, so if you'd like to point out where, I can go and have a look). You might think Pseudonym to be a class act, but he's acting as an apologist for many similarly pseudonymous posters who aren't - and how do we know that he isn't one of the petty snipers? It's not as if he uses his own name, after all.
"(It) Totally Drips When I Shart," Chris Caillouet parody of "Total Eclipse Of The Heart,"Bonnie Tyler, Comment by Giorgio Coniglio Report this comment
As a contributor, I personally find this submission distasteful and unnecessary. I know that this opinion is shared by an esteemed entity known as "Pseudonym", and likely by others. Would you consider diverting your considerable talent to less controversial subjects? Taking humor seriously (No rating given) GioLio
"Stealthy AIR-space Man," Giorgio Coniglio parody of "Secret Agent Man,"Johhny Rivers, Comment by Giorgio Coniglio Report this comment
@Fact Checker; It would have been quite safe, and more suitable for you to have posted under your real name. Our friend PhilA, whose remarks are always appreciated, apparently fell into a trap set by an erroneous web-translator.
"Talkin' Like John Travolta," Jonathan parody of "Livin' La Vida Loca,"Ricky Martin, Comment by Observationalist Report this comment
Jon, this IS your most creative work. It ain't gonna get any better. Rest up, now.

January 25, 2015

"Stealthy AIR-space Man," Giorgio Coniglio parody of "Secret Agent Man,"Johhny Rivers, Comment by Giorgio Coniglio's Fact Checker Report this comment
Every reference I have seen has it as épée. My client clearly referred to "satyre" as the French word for sex-maniac. En Anglais, c'est "satyr."
"Flushed Away," Agrimorfee parody of "Blown Away,"Carrie Underwood, Comment by Max Power Report this comment
Then comes the mushroom cloud of sludge.
"Witch Tossed In Oven's Screamin'," Matthias parody of "You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin',"The Righteous Brothers, Comment by Max Power Report this comment
Reminds me of a sketch from "Robot Chicken" where the kids killed the witch, only for it to reveal that the witch is actually a kindly old lady who takes in kids who may have gotten lost. You know what happens when her husband and his business partners opens the door to see the kids eating her. In the end it turns out to be a bedtime story. Now that's what you call a hot dish of parody served fresh from the oven right on a silver platter.
"Floor Splat Acrobat," Matthias parody of "Two Black Cadillacs,"Carrie Underwood, Comment by Max Power Report this comment
As far as I'm concerned, the 1 votes probably came from the ghosts of dead performers who fell to their deaths and possessed people to bomb the parody. Surprised the clowns didn't turn this comment section into a circus.
"Stealthy AIR-space Man," Giorgio Coniglio parody of "Secret Agent Man,"Johhny Rivers, Comment by Phil Alexander Report this comment
Tried to ignore "satyre" and "épées", but the pedant in me can't help but point out that they should be "satyr" and "epées"...

Looks to me that Pseudonym is trying to have it both ways: anonymous comment and criticism should be allowed, yet criticizing said anonymous commentary shouldn't? Maybe you should have submitted this one anonymously, Giorgio :-)

..but increasingly on AIR there has been a plague of anonymous cowards, making pathetic and ill-considered carping, too negative & frequently inaccurate to be called "criticism" - it comes across as little more than aggressive whining. Definitely apposite targets for this sort of parody - nice one, Giorgio :-)
"Adamantium Jerk," the_conqueror_of_parodies parody of "All-American Girl,"Carrie Underwood, Comment by Max Power Report this comment
Godzilla is kinda the same way when it comes to monster movies, that guy will make an appearance no matter what.
"Stealthy AIR-space Man," Giorgio Coniglio parody of "Secret Agent Man,"Johhny Rivers, Comment by Max Power Report this comment
Observer nailed it since this is what we thought about the kind of people who does this nonsense.
"Let It Go? (LET IT GO!)," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "Let It Snow,"Dean Martin, Comment by Max Power Report this comment
Because of the Pats' past reputation, people will automatically believe whatever BS the media will "report" about the team. If anything, I was surprised that the Tebow cultists didn't raise a sh1t storm over not starting the guy over Brady as a QB.
"Hood Girl," Blaydeman parody of "Good Girl,"Carrie Underwood, Comment by Bill Report this comment
Just like me, safe from behind the screen!
"Stealthy AIR-space Man," Giorgio Coniglio parody of "Secret Agent Man,"Johhny Rivers, Comment by Bystander Report this comment
Whatever you say Mr.X. is that your family name or given name? Security Code is HPY :)
"Stealthy AIR-space Man," Giorgio Coniglio parody of "Secret Agent Man,"Johhny Rivers, Comment by Giorgio Coniglio Report this comment
@ Pseudonym; Our inner selves likely share many concepts re limits of what should be posted on AIR, but good sense and good taste are not universally agreed on. If impassioned on this issue, why not post your disapproval on the relevant authors' threads, rather than here? Cheers,

January 24, 2015

"Stealthy AIR-space Man," Giorgio Coniglio parody of "Secret Agent Man,"Johhny Rivers, Comment by Mr. X Report this comment
Bam! You walked right into it! Tell us, is "Observer" your family name or your given name?
"Stealthy AIR-space Man," Giorgio Coniglio parody of "Secret Agent Man,"Johhny Rivers, Comment by Observer Report this comment
So what the Pseudonym windbag is saying is that he or she is a spineless jellyfish unwilling to risk criticism over his or her personal views concerning the intention of any parody he or she finds objectionable and so is content to hide under a mask of anonymity like the yellow coward he or she is! GC's parody is spot on regarding all the personal attacks and uno-bombing folly carried out by a range of thoughtless, careless, merciless, unyielding anallectuals masquerading under the umbrella of infantile pseudonymity that carries the verbal weight of a mouse in a lion's cage! You are vermin. Away with you now.
"Stealthy AIR-space Man," Giorgio Coniglio parody of "Secret Agent Man,"Johhny Rivers, Comment by Pseudonym Report this comment
Some pseudononymous comments I've seen here are passionate and harsh. This is, after all, the Internet. Still, I have never seen such a comment which solely attacks a person's character. Anyway, a mechanism exists for reporting such comments. No, I have seen harsh pseudononymous comments, but they always stuck to relevant issues of content and style, and aimed at improving the site.
"Stealthy AIR-space Man," Giorgio Coniglio parody of "Secret Agent Man,"Johhny Rivers, Comment by Pseudonym Report this comment
This is an attack parody, and I don't like it. There is a legitimate right to use a pseudonym, and a right to criticize. They are not only allowable, but useful and necessary. For example, in recent days there have been parodies with graphic descriptions of defecation and prison rape. A slang term for an erect male member has been used today. I hereby criticize these parodies -- and you know which they are -- and approving comments as being vulgar and puerile. But if I were to do so under my real name, which is well known around here, I would be labeled as "negative" and my future parodies would no longer be judged on their merit. You all know that's true. I shouldn't care if I get all 1s for my parodies, but I do. I'm human. Why else share my parodies with a large group if not to get the approval which improves my life? I could show my parodies to my small circle of friends, but they always like them and they're too polite to give critical feedback. Is that any different from showing them to a large group of fellow parodists who are too hostile to give fair grades with accompanying explanations? A pseudonym is a shield. Shields are not the instruments of "chickens." The chickens are the people who, under their real names, award 5s promiscuously.
"Go Grab Cialis," Callmelennie parody of "White Rabbit,"Jefferson Airplane, Comment by Rob Arndt Report this comment
CML... I WAS On-Topic... dontcha know that gun mag ads give some shooters a hard-on??? 😁
"The Most Obnoxious Song in the World," Johnny B Goode parody of "Easy Livin',"Uriah Heep, Comment by Blue Highway Traveller Report this comment
Peregrin's right. "Carry On Wayward Son" is way too pompous and pretentious for me. Downright sickening. At least if you're on a highway "Easy Livin" has a loud fast tempo that makes the miles go much faster, smoother and EASIER : )
"Go Grab Cialis," Callmelennie parody of "White Rabbit,"Jefferson Airplane, Comment by Callmelennie Report this comment
Hey Rob ... Keep in mind that this a thread about chemically enhanced, old-man boners. So, let's not infiltrate discussions of weapons arcana here. Have some respect for the subject matter!! (;-D)

January 23, 2015

"Talkin' Like John Travolta," Jonathan parody of "Livin' La Vida Loca,"Ricky Martin, Comment by Jonathan Report this comment
Wow! thanks guys! I have to admit the response to this parody has been more positive than I was anticipating as even I thought it was one of my lazier efforts but I'm certainly glad y'all enjoyed it! :D
Callmelennie - you think THIS is bad? wait until you see which song I parody NEXT! Ugh (for the record I happen to LOVE the original version of this song the original version for my next parody however... will be a different story!)
Rob Arndt - Thanks Rob I commented on your "Patriots" parody (and I agree with you that they did NOT cheat!) :)
truly thank you both and all who voted for the positive feedback! :D
"Go and Get it," Glynn Leaney parody of "Come and Get it,"Badfinger, Comment by Jonathan Report this comment
who? where? I SAW HER FIRST! :P 5's
"Let It Go? (LET IT GO!)," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "Let It Snow,"Dean Martin, Comment by Jonathan Report this comment
I can't honestly say I'm rooting for the Patriots at this year's Super Bowl partly because I feel they screwed Tim Tebow over and partly because they're going up against the Seahawks who crushed the Denver Broncos at last year's (and of course I think it's pretty clear the Broncs screwed Tebow over by cutting him and taking in broken down Manning) so the Seahawks are my team with that out of the way I also do not think the Pats cheated! they won fair and square and this "scandal" is the result of sore Colt fans unwilling to accept that they were blown out! 5's
"Friend Zone," Sylvester Williams,CLS parody of "Satisfaction,"The Rolloing Stones, Comment by Jonathan Report this comment
I did NOT give you permission to use my life story as a parody! :P 5's
"Stealthy AIR-space Man," Giorgio Coniglio parody of "Secret Agent Man,"Johhny Rivers, Comment by Jonathan Report this comment
methinks some 1-bombers got a little butthurt at this one cry George some Rivers! 5's
"Witch Tossed In Oven's Screamin'," Matthias parody of "You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin',"The Righteous Brothers, Comment by Jonathan Report this comment
Sweet! I prefer the Hall & Oates version of the OS myself but both versions are good and this parody was pretty Righteous! 5's
"Rifle, Pedersen," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "On the Road Again ,"Willie Nelson , Comment by Rob Arndt Report this comment
Mussolini was killed by a 7.65mm MAS-38 smg which is displayed in the Albanian National Museum AFAIK...
"Go Grab Cialis," Callmelennie parody of "White Rabbit,"Jefferson Airplane, Comment by Rob Arndt Report this comment
Hey Patrick, speaking of Gun mag ads, do you ever read the Zombie Apocalypse ads for kits? They sell well in California. If you had watched "Fargo" the tv series, there is a scene in which Malvo buys pills from a sourceman in a van loaded with pills, electronic equipment, guns, edged weapons, and Zombie kits. In the upcoming. "Fargo" Season 2, Deputy Molly's father comes back home from Vietnam to wage war at home against the Mafia and a gang of thugs in the prequel series.
"Go Grab Cialis," Callmelennie parody of "White Rabbit,"Jefferson Airplane, Comment by Patrick Report this comment
I don't look at porn sites, but a lot of generally male-oriented magazines, such as "Guns & Ammo" and "American Rifleman" do carry ads for most-likely bogus vitamins and similar supplements to "enhance" one's "performance". The line "don't do anything at all" resonates with me for a lot of non-prescription medicines.
"Let It Go? (LET IT GO!)," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "Let It Snow,"Dean Martin, Comment by Patrick Report this comment
Local talk radio has been filled with ball jokes the past few days. Why doesn't the league supply game balls? That would reduce potential for tampering. Actually, before this game, I never knew that each team supplied its own balls. What happens when the quarterback throws an interception, or the team is forced to punt? Legally speaking, who owns the ball at that point? Another case to wend its way through the courts.
"Imploding Vegas," Snapplets parody of "Doraemon no Uta,"Osugi Kumiko, Comment by Patrick Report this comment
Title reminds me of the old Chevrolet Vega, a car that had some internal flaws that caused most of them to self-destruct.
"Stealthy AIR-space Man," Giorgio Coniglio parody of "Secret Agent Man,"Johhny Rivers, Comment by Patrick Report this comment
Is that "downer" as in discouragement or as in a bundle of feathers? You've responded to the critics in the creative way an AIR writer should, via satire, and taught me a couple of new French expressions. Félicitations!
"Witch Tossed In Oven's Screamin'," Matthias parody of "You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin',"The Righteous Brothers, Comment by Patrick Report this comment
Lovely world play, the kind we used to see here in the olden days. Dia-beet-us will no doubt be the Witch's revenge. I could visualize this story. I think I'll get up from the computer and grab a box of chocolate chip cookies.
"Rifle, Pedersen," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "On the Road Again ,"Willie Nelson , Comment by Patrick Report this comment
Saw one of the rare devices at the big annual Missouri Valley Gun Show in Kansas City. Handled one of the magazines at an auction house. It sold for over $600. The cartridge was later used by the French in the 1935A and 1935S pistols, and in the little submachinegun, one of which was used to execute Benito Mussolini. A few of the M1903 Springfield rifles with the ejection port may still be found.
"Go Grab Cialis," Callmelennie parody of "White Rabbit,"Jefferson Airplane, Comment by Patrick Report this comment
Glad I could help you erect this wonderful parody. I used to tell Tommy Turtle that I was a bit uncomfortable with risqué material. But, sometimes, it's just too funny to ignore. I think the medical term for the "malady" discussed here is "priapism". An affliction most folks would find as "hard" to imagine as copraphagia. I think I used the "Cialis, now it's ten feet tall" line in a "Dirty Dozen Medley" several years ago. You have certainly expanded the concept brilliantly. I've still got one line I'm waiting to spring on humanity, but it will have to wait until the moment is right. Jay Leno once used an image of Janet Reno to shrink Godzilla into a harmless gecko.
"Friend Zone," Sylvester Williams,CLS parody of "Satisfaction,"The Rolloing Stones, Comment by Rob Arndt Report this comment
How true- 555! Nothing is worse to a man in a relationship than the female "F" word!!!
"Talkin' Like John Travolta," Jonathan parody of "Livin' La Vida Loca,"Ricky Martin, Comment by Rob Arndt Report this comment
Way to go Jon, good to see you "Staying Alive" on AiR!!! 555!!!
"Go Grab Cialis," Callmelennie parody of "White Rabbit,"Jefferson Airplane, Comment by Callmelennie Report this comment
You're probably right Chris, you need a laugh line right there -- except mushroom is not a commonly understood euphemism for penis. I need to make one up that's close to mushroom -- man flute, bush tube, push tool ....... And hey, don't put yourself down by comparing yourself to a fungus; you're really a pretty fun guy
"Go Grab Cialis," Callmelennie parody of "White Rabbit,"Jefferson Airplane, Comment by Callmelennie Report this comment
Thanks a lot for searing that visual into my subconscious, Austin Principalities!! Now I'm going to have to drop three full tabs of Vitamin V just to overcome it. You know how s&*tty that's going to make me feel afterwards? ........... (And the answer to that rhetorical question is -- really, REALLY s&*tty)
"(It) Totally Drips When I Shart," Chris Caillouet parody of "Total Eclipse Of The Heart,"Bonnie Tyler, Comment by Chris Caillouet Report this comment
Dimitri Kissoff: C'mon, you can't tell me you didn't snicker just a little bit at the title. Grow up? Nah, I prefer to leave the stick OUT of my ass (hence all the sharting).
"(It) Totally Drips When I Shart," Chris Caillouet parody of "Total Eclipse Of The Heart,"Bonnie Tyler, Comment by Chris Caillouet Report this comment
Jonathan: "And I can smell it wafting on the air tonight. Oh, Lord." Thanks for voting and commenting!
"(It) Totally Drips When I Shart," Chris Caillouet parody of "Total Eclipse Of The Heart,"Bonnie Tyler, Comment by Chris Caillouet Report this comment
TJC: Then you must also know about Assange's other new site that reveals which political leaders suffer from urinary incontinence: LeakyWicks.
"Talkin' Like John Travolta," Jonathan parody of "Livin' La Vida Loca,"Ricky Martin, Comment by Callmelennie Report this comment
In order to properly judge your song, Jonathan, I would be obliged to actually listen to "Living The Vida Loca" ... which I absolutely refuse to do. So I'll take it on faith that you nailed it -- 555
"Flight of the Loonie," Giorgio Coniglio parody of "O Canada,"National Anthem (R.S. Weir 1908), Comment by Giorgio Coniglio Report this comment
Will continue to ask for removal of comments that contain ethnic slurs or defamatory remarks. GC
"Witch Tossed In Oven's Screamin'," Matthias parody of "You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin',"The Righteous Brothers, Comment by TJC Report this comment
🎶 Nothing says lovin' like something from the coven! 🎶 This one's definitely a floater!
"Let It Go? (LET IT GO!)," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "Let It Snow,"Dean Martin, Comment by TJC Report this comment
Ha! Funny and dare I say.............atmospheric?! 15psi
"Friend Zone," Sylvester Williams,CLS parody of "Satisfaction,"The Rolloing Stones, Comment by Lonelyheart Report this comment
CML: I'm an old man whose wife left me with two kids 31 years ago. I became a single father and had to give up a high-powered job. I became a functioning alcoholic. Now the kids and grandkids prosper many time zones away. I am alone 24/7. I contacted a friend of 60 years in 2010. He ran a blog, to which I was a dedicated contributor. He died in 2013. After a respectable period, I e-mailed his widow, and we struck up a pen pal relationship, which continues. She had polio as a child and she navigates in a scooter. At 75, she's still a professor of American History. We will never meet. It's O.K. That's what it comes down to in old age. Companionship and shared knowledge of living in the same world. Sex would be drug-aided and clinical.
"Flight of the Loonie," Giorgio Coniglio parody of "O Canada,"National Anthem (R.S. Weir 1908), Comment by The Observer Report this comment
Quality over quantity.
"You're the Top," Al Silver parody of "You're the Top,"Ethel Merman, Comment by Giorgio Coniglio Report this comment
Al; Sorry I missed this previously. You created amazingly inventive parody. Too bad you've retired. GioLio.
"Stealthy AIR-space Man," Giorgio Coniglio parody of "Secret Agent Man,"Johhny Rivers, Comment by Parodies 'R' Fun Report this comment
Negatively motivated. A real downer.
"Friend Zone," Sylvester Williams,CLS parody of "Satisfaction,"The Rolloing Stones, Comment by Callmelennie Report this comment
I can commiserate, my friend. I've been wooing older women on a Senior dating site (because I'm older myself). There was one lady who was just the woman of my dreams and we're getting along great in the chat room, to the point where we're joking about my need to drop Viagra. It was the sort of talk that, if it happened face to face, would lead to us getting a room ... and suddenly, out of the blue, she says I'm not the one for her and .. Poof! .. she disappears into the cyber ether. So now, somewhere in my hometown, some lovely lady has a piece of my heart -- probably mounted up on a wall in her house
"Stealthy AIR-space Man," Giorgio Coniglio parody of "Secret Agent Man,"Johhny Rivers, Comment by Holy Harry Report this comment
You, Chicken George, who is not without sin, has betrayed the Lord's injunction to not cast the first stone.
"You're the Top," Al Silver parody of "You're the Top,"Ethel Merman, Comment by Searcher Report this comment
@Lifeliver Obviously, the author invented "cleav'rage" to rhyme with "lev'rage." Also, I think that the line of asterisks after the praises for what are genuinely "the top" marks the beginning of a sarcastic salute to what, in reality, are "the bottom." Sad to see Al Silver retire. He was the best.

January 22, 2015

"Kardashian Woman," TJC parody of "American Woman,"The Guess Who, Comment by Rob Arndt Report this comment
Great title alone-555! You should do JB's "Living in America" as "Living with a Kardashian " ;-)
"(It) Totally Drips When I Shart," Chris Caillouet parody of "Total Eclipse Of The Heart,"Bonnie Tyler, Comment by Dimitri Kissoff Report this comment
Execrable. Grow up.
"Truck Story," Joe the Crazy Conch parody of "Love Story,"Taylor Swift, Comment by Rob Arndt Report this comment
Keep on a truckin' Joe- 555!!!
"Kardashian Woman," TJC parody of "American Woman,"The Guess Who, Comment by TJC Report this comment
Ha! Thanks, Jonathan--There's nothing like a huge, ripe, juicy target to lure one out of retirement!
"Kardashian Woman," TJC parody of "American Woman,"The Guess Who, Comment by Jonathan Report this comment
there's a certain woman with a big behind who would absolutely throw a hissy fit if she ever happened to read this... Guess Who? 5's
"Let It Show," Glynn Leaney parody of "Let It Snow,"Dean Martin, Comment by Jonathan Report this comment
I could BAREly come up with a pun for this one 5's
"(It) Totally Drips When I Shart," Chris Caillouet parody of "Total Eclipse Of The Heart,"Bonnie Tyler, Comment by Jonathan Report this comment
smells like you've got a (s)hit! 5's
"Let It Show," Glynn Leaney parody of "Let It Snow,"Dean Martin, Comment by TJC Report this comment
Ha! Your take had me immediately 'flashing' on J-Lo (♫ Hey J-Lo, Let it show, What a Ho! ♫) 5's
"(It) Totally Drips When I Shart," Chris Caillouet parody of "Total Eclipse Of The Heart,"Bonnie Tyler, Comment by TJC Report this comment
You're parodyin' Every Which Way Butt Loose! (So glad I found this on Julian Assange's new site, 'Ickyleaks')
"Go Grab Cialis," Callmelennie parody of "White Rabbit,"Jefferson Airplane, Comment by TJC Report this comment
I found this parody totally uplifting! (PS: don't go and get a 'big head')
"Kardashian Woman," TJC parody of "American Woman,"The Guess Who, Comment by TJC Report this comment
Hey, thanks Leough! It's excellent to know there's still no paucity of fellow punstateers here! PS: I haven't written a parody in so long my wry's rusty (seems the alliteration's still workin')
"Go Grab Cialis," Callmelennie parody of "White Rabbit,"Jefferson Airplane, Comment by Austin Principalities Report this comment
Roseanne Barr naked on a cold day! Roseanne Barr naked on a cold day!
"Diarrhea-ville," Dr. Oliver Clozoff parody of "Margaritaville,"Jimmy Buffett, Comment by mmdjs Report this comment
this is funny s***...pun intended.
"Kardashian Woman," TJC parody of "American Woman,"The Guess Who, Comment by Leough Report this comment
Kardashing through the snow in your pun-force jokin' way
What fun it is to see you back at AmIRight today!
"Go Grab Cialis," Callmelennie parody of "White Rabbit,"Jefferson Airplane, Comment by Chris Caillouet Report this comment
Such a perfect combination of O.S. and parody subject! I'd have kept the 'shroom reference in for metaphoric effect: "And they've just drained your throbbing mushroom" (but that's just 'cuz I'm such a fungi).
"Sharpton's Can," Randy Hearn parody of "Sharp Dressed Man,"ZZ Top, Comment by Thanajon Report this comment
I agree with you completely, Abu. This horrible parody is not only a sad commentary on the moral midget who wrote it, but on those who endorsed it with their 5s.
"Hood Girl," Blaydeman parody of "Good Girl,"Carrie Underwood, Comment by Bill Report this comment
Matthias, please stop licking your wounds and take seriously the sermon of OG. You will be the better for it. Our good friend Giorgio, as himself, has backslid into cryptic blurbs, which are barely decipherable and probably inaccurate. But as Make-Believe Forever, he freed himself to write with flair and to ignore the ignorant shrieks of élitism. You might benefit from wearing a mask of pseudoanonymity.
"Will He Still Be Here Tomorrow," glynn leaney parody of "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow,"Shirelles, Comment by Giorgio Coniglio Report this comment
Easy word-subbing with this tune, but fun to read.
"Flight of the Loonie," Giorgio Coniglio parody of "O Canada,"National Anthem (R.S. Weir 1908), Comment by Giorgio Coniglio Report this comment
@NoCanuck#1/"@GC"; Interesting (Nan-)disclosure...... Don't these 2 song-threads display that the use of disposable pseudonyms detracts from this Comments Section in a major way??? (As a holier-than-thou mea-culpa, I have used the risible "Self-Critic", "Make-BelieveForever", and "GiorgioConiglio'sCousin", but these are clearly transparent, and I recant this practice.) @NoCanuck#2/Searcher; "fake jewels". No other comment.
"We Love Our Cars," Snapplets parody of "O Christmas Tree,"Traditional, Comment by Snapplets Report this comment
Looks like I made the worst parody ever... :P

January 21, 2015

"Sharpton's Can," Randy Hearn parody of "Sharp Dressed Man,"ZZ Top, Comment by He Who Celebrates Abu Gharib Is A Bucket Of Crap Report this comment
THERE IS NOTHING FUNNY OR HUMOROUS ABOUT ANYONE GETTING RAPED. I DON'T GIVE A FLYING FOO-FOO WHO IT IS. RAPE/SEXUAL ASSAULT IS A GROSS EVIL CRIME! 000s.

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