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May 25, 2015

"Hillary Clinton," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "Meet the Flintstones,"Hoyt Curtain, Comment by Rob Arndt Report this comment
The classic showdown would be between Jeb Bush and Hillary Clinton!!!

May 24, 2015

"Hillary Clinton," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "Meet the Flintstones,"Hoyt Curtain, Comment by Anonymous Rex Report this comment
Choosing who to vote for in the next presidential election will be easy as ABC--Anybody But Clinton.
"Barney's Dead," Misty parody of "I Love You,"Barney, Comment by steamer Report this comment
i hate you, you hate me lets get together and kill barney with a 44 shotgun barneys on the floor no more purple dinosaur
"Drab Waco," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "Tab Cola,"Tab Cola Commercial, Comment by Rob Arndt Report this comment
No offense Patrick, was talking of Branch Dividians as wackos ( as well as crazy bikers) and gun show cultists of Gunstock. It's like bikers and Sturgis...!!! I love bikes but take Evel Knievel's view that bike gangs tarnish the image of good motorcyclists. I've had 11 bikes in life and rode many more, but refused to join any biker gang. To me (a crotch rocket fan), slow moving chrome couches with ape hangers, sissy bars, stepped seats, and peanut tanks mixed with high decible pipes is a turn off. Harleys are still made poorly when compared to Japanese and Euro tech, efficiency, styling, durability, etc... and like Knievel the old Harley rebels also rode Hondas, BMW boxer twins, Norton's, BSA, and Triumphs!!! The Superbikes of 1100cc by Kawasaki and Suzuki killed them on the streets long before the crotch rockets and V-65 Magna killed them in mid-80s!!! Harleys are overpriced and technically backward machines.
"Mohammed the Lonely Prophet," CryHavoc parody of "Puff the Magic Dragon,"Peter, Paul & Mary, Comment by Callmelennie Report this comment
If doing parodies of Islamic jihadists makes me a hater, what does Mohammed al Ansra's comment say about him?
"Post-Apocalypse Leather," the_conqueror_of_parodies parody of "Let's Spend the Night Together,"The Rolling Stones, Comment by Rob Arndt Report this comment
Contrary to popular belief, a sawed-off shotgun is not illegal if it is at least 18" long for barrel, smoothbore, and at least 26" overall length of the gun.
"Slap, Please! Glute Nethers," John A. Barry parody of "Happy Together,"Turtles, Comment by Patrick Report this comment
I always thought that sex and violence were two pleasures that should be enjoyed separately. But, with everybody being so busy these days, I guess we'll just have to get used to multitasking.
"Drab Waco," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "Tab Cola,"Tab Cola Commercial, Comment by Patrick Report this comment
Wackos and gun shows? My kind of people. Word is going round that most of the dead were killed by police who opened fire in a Kent State fashion.
"Big Dread," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "Big Red,"Big Red Commercial, Comment by Patrick Report this comment
In retrospect, we could deal with someone like Assad or Pahlavi, or Hussein, or Ghadaffi. They sought material things of this world. ISIS worships death and we are not willing to give it to them in the quantities they deserve.
"Jump! (The Skydiving Song)," Susanna Viljanen parody of "Jump,"Van Halen, Comment by Patrick Report this comment
Congratulations on your safe landing. And of taking advantage of the experience to write a song about it. I recall you once wrote a parody of "Glory, Glory, What a Hell of a Way to Die". Hope you weren't thinking of that one as you leaped.
"Mohammed the Lonely Prophet," CryHavoc parody of "Puff the Magic Dragon,"Peter, Paul & Mary, Comment by Patrick Report this comment
Holy War For Peace says it all. Sand turned to glass is the direction this abomination is heading. And I would not be surprised if they pushed the button themselves.
"Blouse Of Uprising Stun," Merry & Pippin parody of "House Of The Rising Sun,"The Animals, Comment by Patrick Report this comment
I think how Tommy Turtle would have been titillated by this.
"Sweaty As It Gets," Leough parody of "Bennie And The Jets,"Elton John, Comment by Patrick Report this comment
Been away from the site for a couple of days, but anything you write is worth reading. Did some historic reenacting at one time, so I am familiar with wearing wool trousers on hot days. That's why "long handles" were so popular in Great-grandad's day.
"Post-Apocalypse Leather," the_conqueror_of_parodies parody of "Let's Spend the Night Together,"The Rolling Stones, Comment by Patrick Report this comment
The shotgun was definitely cool. Too bad the fed tax makes it prohibitive to own one. Always wanted to try driving a right-hand vehicle, but the few around here are mostly worn out Post Office jeeps.
"Bike Madman," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "Loch Lomond,"Traditional , Comment by Patrick Report this comment
I still have an LP record I bought in Michigan with "The Ballad of Evel Knievel", a song anticipating his Snake River Canyon jump. Near the end of his career he was arrested in Kansas City for attempting to solicit a prostitute. It was a police sting operation. He told the decoy cop she wasn't good looking enough to be a hooker.
"I Ate Those Stupid Beans," Jonathan parody of "Bohemian Rhapsody,"Queen, Comment by Annie Report this comment
Bahahahahaha
"Why Does My Son Whine?," Abbott Skelding parody of "Why Does The Sun Shine?,"They Might Be Giants, Comment by Blaydeman Report this comment
(Artistry) I also figured it out a little earlier (about stanza 5), which I think made me enjoy it more because then I was watching you play this game of not explicitly saying it and I was in on the joke. This is a very slick and creative spoof sir and funny to boot.
"Don't Get Smart," Agrimorfee parody of "Don't Lets Start,"They Might Be Giants, Comment by Blaydeman Report this comment
(Artistry) a lot of really good play on words I this one "grounded/underground" being my favorite. Children certainly fill your life with juicy material. Lol!
"Cyclist Man (A Tribute To The Worst Of Mankind)," Matthias parody of "Particle Man,"They Might Be Giants, Comment by Blaydeman Report this comment
(Artistry) it's a solidly written parody, but I found myself feeling scattered throughout. I kind of wish you would've pick one or just a few of these groups and focused on them more. I really loved the cyclist verse as well as the vegan verse. I feel like you had room to have more fun with particular groups if you didn't do so many. I think it would've been really funny to have all the "annoying groups" be the same guy, that way we could focus on the one person, instead of large ambiguous groups.
"Average Man (Scenes from a Mall)," Syncronos parody of "Particle Man,"They Might Be Giants, Comment by Blaydeman Report this comment
(Artistry) I really liked this a lot. Very fun and very simple idea. The whimsy is infectious. I wish the story would've had a more satisfying ending, but with such a short OS, you just ran out of time. Good work!
"My Problems With Cling Film," the_conqueror_of_parodies parody of "Experimental Film,"They Might Be Giants, Comment by Blaydeman Report this comment
(Artistry) I liked the unique topic and you did a great job with it, the rhyming was pretty impressive in this one. Nice work, one of my favorites of yours in a while.
"Mohammed the Lonely Prophet," CryHavoc parody of "Puff the Magic Dragon,"Peter, Paul & Mary, Comment by CryHavoc Report this comment
So Mohammed, what do you want to be when you blow up?
"Muslim Idiot," Theresa96 parody of "American Idiot,"Green Day, Comment by 09987654321 Report this comment
I just found a perfect song for you by Green Day: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7RLDZaWN8b4

May 23, 2015

"Fast Foodian Rhapsody," Jonathan parody of "Bohemian Rhapsody,"Queen, Comment by Annie Report this comment
Awesome! I needed a good laugh today. It's been a rough week or so for me. So I needed something to make me laugh and smile. Feels better than crying. All 5s for you.
"Blouse Of Uprising Stun," Merry & Pippin parody of "House Of The Rising Sun,"The Animals, Comment by Andy Primus Report this comment
Truly terrific teasing tale to teeming temptress's titillating treats: tantalising trollop's two tremendous treasures totally tends to tempt teen's tightly-trousered titchy tadger to temporarily tense.
"Gross Spiders in my Fly," Timmy1000 parody of "Ghost Riders in the Sky,"Johnny Cash, Comment by Andy Primus Report this comment
Ha ha, that certainly is gross. Made me laugh with your use of "fanny". Look up the UK meaning if you don't already know.
"Sweaty As It Gets," Leough parody of "Bennie And The Jets,"Elton John, Comment by Andy Primus Report this comment
Well done all round. Great title switch. Reminded me of the Friends episode with Ross & the leather trousers.
"Hillary Clinton," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "Meet the Flintstones,"Hoyt Curtain, Comment by Dave W. Report this comment
The White House has literally seen it's share of pricks ....and their tricks
"Fast Foodian Rhapsody," Jonathan parody of "Bohemian Rhapsody,"Queen, Comment by Dave W. Report this comment
Hey Jon...perhaps your finest contribution here to date....You've got an imagination that won't quit........and I like it
"Thanks, David Letterman," Airfarcewon parody of "Thanks For The Memories,"Bob Hope, Comment by Dave W. Report this comment
AFW is the Bob Hope of AIR.......SALUTE
"Sweetroll," Joe Haynes parody of "Sundown,"Gordon Lightfoot, Comment by Joe Haynes Report this comment
Thank you Guy. Slowly plugging away at it.
"Slap, Please! Glute Nethers," John A. Barry parody of "Happy Together,"Turtles, Comment by Rob Arndt Report this comment
I second that rating- 555!!!
"Mohammed the Lonely Prophet," CryHavoc parody of "Puff the Magic Dragon,"Peter, Paul & Mary, Comment by Mohammed Al Ansra Report this comment
All hail the intolerant inbred forest chick and her sidekick Lenny. Both are haters of Muslims.
"Jong Un Thinks We're All Fools," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "I Put a Spell on You,"Screamin' Jay Hawkins, Comment by Kray-Z Report this comment
crazy song bout a crazy dictator! high 5s
"Big Dread," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "Big Red,"Big Red Commercial, Comment by Rob Arndt Report this comment
Don't hold your breath!

May 22, 2015

I need somebody to kill Al Gore! That fat bastard is poisoning me!
"Mohammed the Lonely Prophet," CryHavoc parody of "Puff the Magic Dragon,"Peter, Paul & Mary, Comment by Callmelennie Report this comment
The USMC songs that starts with "From the Halls of Montezuma" is officially known as "The Marine Corps Hymn", Susanna. It certainly contains a reference to combating Muslim piracy and terror (To the Shores of Tripoli) but it's also about other events. The stanza "From the Halls of Montezuma" refers to one of the most audacious naval maneuvers ever -- the seaborne landing at Veracruz and subsequent march on Mexico City in the Mexican American war
"Big Dread," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "Big Red,"Big Red Commercial, Comment by Neal Henderson Report this comment
When is the right time to send ground forces? After they form a caliphate out of Iraq and Syria? Maybe we will get lucky and they will kill Assad!
"Slap, Please! Glute Nethers," John A. Barry parody of "Happy Together,"Turtles, Comment by Jonathan Report this comment
it's a hit! 5's
"Jump! (The Skydiving Song)," Susanna Viljanen parody of "Jump,"Van Halen, Comment by Susanna Viljanen Report this comment
To everyone: Nice you liked my song. The idea was too obvious to be left unused. Let's see if there will be one single bone not broken at least once within the next ten years. I know the risks, but I am willing to take them.

Leough, go ahead and jump! You will not regret it.

May 21, 2015

"(I Can't Choose A) Funny Caption," the_conqueror_of_parodies parody of "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction,"The Rolling Stones, Comment by Jonathan Report this comment
to paraphrase Gilbert Gottfried: "the pressure to being on the internet is being funny but I've given that up so there's no pressure whatsoever!" 5's
"Sweaty As It Gets," Leough parody of "Bennie And The Jets,"Elton John, Comment by Jonathan Report this comment
tough to come up with a witty pun for this one you might say... "puts on sunglasses" tough as leather! YEEAAA! 5's
"Blouse Of Uprising Stun," Merry & Pippin parody of "House Of The Rising Sun,"The Animals, Comment by Jonathan Report this comment
Thanks For The Mammaries! 5's
"I'm Richard III I Am," Phil Alexander parody of "I'm Henry VIII I Am,"Herman's Hermits, Comment by Jonathan Report this comment
"Second verse, now in a hearse" that had me rolling! XD 5's
"(I Can't Choose A) Funny Caption," the_conqueror_of_parodies parody of "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction,"The Rolling Stones, Comment by Rob Arndt Report this comment
555... although my title might have been something like (I Can't Get a) Full Erection!!!
"Doc Mehmet, Shill," John A. Barry parody of "Don't Mess With Bill,"Marvelettes, Comment by Rob Arndt Report this comment
Hey JAB, just curious where you at on Spells? I am at 685 now! In "Fifty Shades of Grey" it is the opening song performed by someone else but sounded great. It has also been on TV lately. How long until you do another one, Master?
"Blouse Of Uprising Stun," Merry & Pippin parody of "House Of The Rising Sun,"The Animals, Comment by Rob Arndt Report this comment
What, no mention of a sweater??? 555 anyway!
"Gross Spiders in my Fly," Timmy1000 parody of "Ghost Riders in the Sky,"Johnny Cash, Comment by Rob Arndt Report this comment
555 for the Arachnoparody!!! No web of deceit here...
"Jong Un Thinks We're All Fools," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "I Put a Spell on You,"Screamin' Jay Hawkins, Comment by Rob Arndt Report this comment
I better watch out for Bronies that want me to ask Jong Un for a unicorn too!!!
"Jong Un Thinks We're All Fools," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "I Put a Spell on You,"Screamin' Jay Hawkins, Comment by Timmy1000 Report this comment
He does some strange things. You realize he will have a hit out on you for this - watch out for any North Koreans walking around with mortar.
"Jump! (The Skydiving Song)," Susanna Viljanen parody of "Jump,"Van Halen, Comment by Timmy1000 Report this comment
My hats off to you and I'm glad you're down and safe. This is something I never thought to do. Well written song.
"Some Very Silly Jokes," Andy Primus parody of "The Jolly Roving Tar,"The Irish Rovers, Comment by Timmy1000 Report this comment
I am very familiar with a lot of Irish music and had not heard this one until now. You have really picked up the lighthearted goofiness of the original song with your parody above. I'll be waiting for the followup using "The Drunken Sailor".
"(I Can't Choose A) Funny Caption," the_conqueror_of_parodies parody of "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction,"The Rolling Stones, Comment by Timmy1000 Report this comment
It is a trying task at times. Sometimes when the "funny" magically appears, it is only a start for a parody. It then becomes even harder to finish off the story.
"Blouse Of Uprising Stun," Merry & Pippin parody of "House Of The Rising Sun,"The Animals, Comment by Timmy1000 Report this comment
Great rhyming and well told story. Ditto on Phil's graphic.
"I'm Richard III I Am," Phil Alexander parody of "I'm Henry VIII I Am,"Herman's Hermits, Comment by Timmy1000 Report this comment
Well done. I remember reading about this and all I could think was whether he got a ticket for being in the parking lot too long.
"Doc Mehmet, Shill," John A. Barry parody of "Don't Mess With Bill,"Marvelettes, Comment by Timmy1000 Report this comment
Oz is kind of like the Wizard from the movie.
"Sweaty As It Gets," Leough parody of "Bennie And The Jets,"Elton John, Comment by Timmy1000 Report this comment
Pretty funny and good use of the original. Leather can be of use - I remember a friend from years ago who got some leather pants and was strutting around a bunch. Then, he rolled over his motorcycle and they probably kept him from awful scrapes.
"Jump! (The Skydiving Song)," Susanna Viljanen parody of "Jump,"Van Halen, Comment by Jonathan Report this comment
I Jumped for joy! 5's
"Mohammed the Lonely Prophet," CryHavoc parody of "Puff the Magic Dragon,"Peter, Paul & Mary, Comment by Jonathan Report this comment
even Buddhists were forced to attack Muslims not that long ago BUDDHISTS! when THEY attack you know you dun goof'd! 5's
"Sweaty As It Gets," Leough parody of "Bennie And The Jets,"Elton John, Comment by Leough Report this comment
Thanks, folks!
@TCOP: Props to you for reacting in an upbeat manner to my faux pas. I knew that the_conqueror_of_parodies and bobpiecheese were one and the same from participating in the ABC competition way back when I was posting as Leo Keough. However, I still don't know the story behind the bobpiecheese moniker.
@Phil: Yeah, I had a gnawing feeling while writing this that there was some weakness to my premise. I even did some research and learned about things like the Hohenstein (Ret) test. But in the end, I just couldn't resist the concept of Elton John admonishing people who wear leather slacks.
"Doc Mehmet, Shill," John A. Barry parody of "Don't Mess With Bill,"Marvelettes, Comment by Rob Arndt Report this comment
Dr. Oz is a clod. 555!
"(I Can't Choose A) Funny Caption," the_conqueror_of_parodies parody of "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction,"The Rolling Stones, Comment by Leough Report this comment
Trying to come up with something new and funny on a regular basis is probably the most challenging job in the world. I find it's better not to try, but instead just wait until a funny idea pops into my head. But then, I'm under no pressure to produce on regular basis. Superb job of capturing the spirit of this challenge!
"Doc Mehmet, Shill," John A. Barry parody of "Don't Mess With Bill,"Marvelettes, Comment by Leough Report this comment
Very topical! Maybe they should call him the Lizard of Oz.
"Gross Spiders in my Fly," Timmy1000 parody of "Ghost Riders in the Sky,"Johnny Cash, Comment by Leough Report this comment
Great rhyming to the OS! Had me laughing throughout, especially at the choruses!
"Blouse Of Uprising Stun," Merry & Pippin parody of "House Of The Rising Sun,"The Animals, Comment by Leough Report this comment
This masterful job of syllable matching produced howls at the rhyming puns!

@Phil's graphic comment: LOL!
"I'm Richard III I Am," Phil Alexander parody of "I'm Henry VIII I Am,"Herman's Hermits, Comment by Leough Report this comment
I learn more about history here at AIR than I ever learned in school. Well done!
"Jump! (The Skydiving Song)," Susanna Viljanen parody of "Jump,"Van Halen, Comment by Leough Report this comment
Perfect match for the OS. Well done! I thought of trying sky diving once when I was much younger, but gave up on the idea after a friend of mine tried it and then showed up at his wedding a few weeks later on crutches.
"Some Very Silly Jokes," Andy Primus parody of "The Jolly Roving Tar,"The Irish Rovers, Comment by Leough Report this comment
Splendid display of skill in fitting some very funny jokes to the meter of the OS!
"Blouse Of Uprising Stun," Merry & Pippin parody of "House Of The Rising Sun,"The Animals, Comment by Susanna Viljanen Report this comment
:-)3
"Blouse Of Uprising Stun," Merry & Pippin parody of "House Of The Rising Sun,"The Animals, Comment by Phil Alexander Report this comment
:-)
..or should that be (.)(.) ?
"Doc Mehmet, Shill," John A. Barry parody of "Don't Mess With Bill,"Marvelettes, Comment by Phil Alexander Report this comment
I think I'm missing some basic info here... like who this Doc Mehmet character is. But I recognize the type: we have them on this side of the pond, too.
"Sweaty As It Gets," Leough parody of "Bennie And The Jets,"Elton John, Comment by Phil Alexander Report this comment
:-) Very funny..my only complaint would be that leather's pretty much the best material for absorbing sweat (which is why leather shoes are so much better than plastic ones - a good bit of veg tanned leather will absorb nearly half its weight in water before showing signs of dampness).. have I mentioned doing two years postgrad research in leather?
"Jump! (The Skydiving Song)," Susanna Viljanen parody of "Jump,"Van Halen, Comment by Susanna Viljanen Report this comment
he today's Finnish Parachute Rangers, "lingonberries", are the descendants of the LRRPs. They are the cream of the crop of the Finnish forces, and everyone gets not only normal ranger and guerrilla training, but also full survival training, including one week survival course in the Finnish winter without supplies. Needless to say, they have a reputation being slightly eccentric.

Parachute Rangers are used the same way as LRRPs or Commandos: to do reconnaissance, to do guerrilla or commando strikes, or to seize important places, terrain, logistics knots, bridges, islands or form airheads for the airborne infantry (yes, we do have them too). They are dropped 50-300 km behind the enemy lines, and are expected to ski, walk, run or to steal a vehicle and ride to own lines.

Most Parachute Rangers are ex-athletes, who quite didn't make it to professionals. My father applied to Parachute Rangers, but didn't make through the admittance tests. He instead enlisted in the Combat Engineers.
"Gross Spiders in my Fly," Timmy1000 parody of "Ghost Riders in the Sky,"Johnny Cash, Comment by Phil Alexander Report this comment
ROFL - brilliant title sub, wonderfully grossly-executed :-D
"I'm Richard III I Am," Phil Alexander parody of "I'm Henry VIII I Am,"Herman's Hermits, Comment by John Barry Report this comment
Ex rex ex[hum]ed.
"Sweaty As It Gets," Leough parody of "Bennie And The Jets,"Elton John, Comment by John Barry Report this comment
Nice companion piece to "Gross Spiders."
"Gross Spiders in my Fly," Timmy1000 parody of "Ghost Riders in the Sky,"Johnny Cash, Comment by John Barry Report this comment
Title o' the day!
"Jump! (The Skydiving Song)," Susanna Viljanen parody of "Jump,"Van Halen, Comment by Rob Arndt Report this comment
555 and glad you had a safe landing. Made me think of rare Finnish paras of WW2. Not much action in Continuation War but 120 trained with 5 drops. Total of 20 men (most died). Dropped from Ju-52 and He-115 loaners and a DC-2. Finns used LRRP guys...
"Mohammed the Lonely Prophet," CryHavoc parody of "Puff the Magic Dragon,"Peter, Paul & Mary, Comment by Susanna Viljanen Report this comment
Fives. I am sick and tired of the politically correct whitewash of this bad religion, and the last 1400 years of jihad should already have taught the Europeans what Islam is about. Islam is a nuisance in Finland, but a menace in Sweden and in other European countries.

The USMC song "Halls of Montezuma" was about the first War on Terror ever.
"Jump! (The Skydiving Song)," Susanna Viljanen parody of "Jump,"Van Halen, Comment by Peregrin Report this comment
I am in no doubt as your gender, Susanna :) I was borrowing from a saying that my Dad used to come out with all the time: "You're a braver man than I, Gunga Din"
"Jump! (The Skydiving Song)," Susanna Viljanen parody of "Jump,"Van Halen, Comment by Susanna Viljanen Report this comment
Woman :-) Let's say it was pure 100% fun - bluewater sailing is a downright scary way to get adrenaline rush. I will work on full skydiving licence. It is something I've wanted to do since I was 14. The Van Halen song was too obvious basis for parody to be left unused.
"(I Can't Choose A) Funny Caption," the_conqueror_of_parodies parody of "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction,"The Rolling Stones, Comment by Peregrin Report this comment
Ah Conq! At least know you are not alone, this be the curse of any aspiring witmeister. You have captured the angst well. I particularly liked: "Wangstin' about captions, he's a total twat"
"Sweaty As It Gets," Leough parody of "Bennie And The Jets,"Elton John, Comment by Peregrin Report this comment
Knowing the song makes it so much funnier, because it fits so well, possibly unlike some of the leatherwear that has to be vaselined or and crowbarred off! I liked this, Leough.
"Jump! (The Skydiving Song)," Susanna Viljanen parody of "Jump,"Van Halen, Comment by Peregrin Report this comment
Well done Susanna on your first jump (you are a braver man than I!) and for turning your experience into song :)
"I'm Richard III I Am," Phil Alexander parody of "I'm Henry VIII I Am,"Herman's Hermits, Comment by Peregrin Report this comment
Excellent trip back in time to the land of Filbert Street (Phil and Andy may get the reference). Very topical as well, I dare say Richard got a bit of a raw deal. Not really an exit befitting a King! A friend of Merry's who is an occasional cache reader of M&P's but a HUGE RIII follower (went from California to the recent RIII events in Leicester will be interested in this. I am sending her the link. If she comments, she will probably do so as "Wandlimb".
"Some Very Silly Jokes," Andy Primus parody of "The Jolly Roving Tar,"The Irish Rovers, Comment by Peregrin Report this comment
A masterpiece of naughtiness, Andy, great intro and very clever the way the last four pairs of lines work towards their ending (or endingS) heh heh. I haven't chuckled so much for a while :)
"Sweaty As It Gets," Leough parody of "Bennie And The Jets,"Elton John, Comment by bobpiecheese Report this comment
Don't know the original song for this one, but this is a great skewering on a commonplace material. Much more focused and descriptive than my take on the topic (this is the_conqueror_of_parodies, BTW, long story behind the different name), mostly because yours was on leather in general than my more narrow version. 555!
"Post-Apocalypse Leather," the_conqueror_of_parodies parody of "Let's Spend the Night Together,"The Rolling Stones, Comment by Leough Report this comment
Oops! I'm going to have egg on my face for the parody I posted for today (Thursday). Regretfully, I didn't notice this parody until after I posted mine, otherwise I would have withheld mine from posting. I thought I should let you know that mine was written many weeks ago, and there certainly was no intention of copying your ideas. That being said, excellent job on this! 555! I hope if you see mine, you'll take it in the vein of great minds think alike.

May 20, 2015

"Post-Apocalypse Leather," the_conqueror_of_parodies parody of "Let's Spend the Night Together,"The Rolling Stones, Comment by Rob Arndt Report this comment
Sorry TCOP- 555 for the parody!!!
"Post-Apocalypse Leather," the_conqueror_of_parodies parody of "Let's Spend the Night Together,"The Rolling Stones, Comment by Rob Arndt Report this comment
Patrick, I'll bet that you did like the Pursuit Special V-8 Interceptor with supercharger (a '73 Ford Falcon XB GT conversion) and Max's VG Bentley sawed-off shotgun!!! Right???
"Bike Madman," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "Loch Lomond,"Traditional , Comment by Rob Arndt Report this comment
Evel originally wanted to jump the Grand Canyon but was denied by the Bureau of Reclamation. He was stalled for 7 years. Then Snake River with SkyCycle 2. His chute deployed early, so Evel blacked out while the SkyCycle headed towards the river as watery tomb. However, a wind blew the Rocket up against the canyon wall and it reached brush in the shallow part. Despite the failure, the recognition got him $350 million in video, record, toy and product endorsements. The shark jump was in 1980 at the Chicago Amphitheater. He got a concussion and broken forearm. Do you remember the earlier 1971 attempt to jump 13 Pepsi trucks? He smashed both femurs! And who could forget Wembley??? Btw, my favorite car he owned was that Stutz convertible and I'll never forget his Chinchilla coat!!!
"Bike Madman," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "Loch Lomond,"Traditional , Comment by Rob Arndt Report this comment
I was going to do this as "Bike Madmen" over the Waco clash of Cossacks and Banditos over the Texas rocker, but felt more comfortable doing Evel Knievel who was a childhood hero, especially in California. Everyone remembers the Cow Palace incident where Evel and his fans beat the crap out of the Hells Angels which tried to throw a tire iron into his wheel. Evel hated the HA and never wanted his name associated with them, so he changed Evil early on to Evel. He supported kids charities and often did bicycle runs. Although he ended up with a Harley XR 750, he had Hondas, Norton's, Triumphs, and Laverdas before that. The most well-known was the Laverda custom 750 "American Eagle" built in Italy but in American colors!!! Went with his white costume and cape! The man lived life on the edge and lived it up with women, booze, gold, diamonds, furs, cars, bikes, yachts, and aircraft. Had a ranch and met with celebs, politicians, and even the Pope! I'm just sad that he stated that he only believed in one God and that Jesus was not God in the flesh (sorta like The Way Int.). He "hoped" he would get into heaven... but sadly it doesn't work that way :(
"Bike Madman," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "Loch Lomond,"Traditional , Comment by Patrick Report this comment
I remember the slow motion video of that famous crash. Do you remember that some people thought Knievel was not serious about the rocket jump over the Snake River Canyon? I think he meant it. Just came up a bit short. Do you recall the night that spawned the expression "Jumping the Shark"? Knievel wiped out during a practice jump over a pool full of sharks. The live broadcast that evening opened with an interview from his hospital bed. The other performers went on with the live show: one guy blew himself up with dynamite, another crashed a snowmobile after vaulting a row of whiskey barrels. Karl Wallenda did walk from one hotel to another--fifty feet above a Las Vegas sidewalk on a tight rope. The only successful act that evening. A couple weeks later Wallenda fell to his death in Puerto Rico. A true low point in TV up to that point, though the medium keeps striving to exceed it. Security code "TVL"
"Post-Apocalypse Leather," the_conqueror_of_parodies parody of "Let's Spend the Night Together,"The Rolling Stones, Comment by Patrick Report this comment
I thought most serious preppers looked for military style web gear. Mad Max never made much sense to me. When the world goes completely to heck, there is not going to be enough fuel or food to sustain a life style of suicidal car chases across the Outback.
"Post-Apocalypse Leather," the_conqueror_of_parodies parody of "Let's Spend the Night Together,"The Rolling Stones, Comment by Unrealistic Reality Report this comment
Well, in their defense, certain parts of California are already beginning to look a lot like the Mad Max movies, complete with tattooed mutant punks wearing vaguely homoerotic leather clothes and other bondage fetish gear terrorizing the remaining clean-living people.
"Post-Apocalypse Leather," the_conqueror_of_parodies parody of "Let's Spend the Night Together,"The Rolling Stones, Comment by Unrealistic Reality Report this comment
Well, in their defense, certain parts of California are already beginning to look a lot like the Mad Max movies, complete with tattooed mutant punks wearing vaguely homoerotic leather clothes and other bondage fetish gear terrorizing the remaining clean-living people.
"Post-Apocalypse Leather," the_conqueror_of_parodies parody of "Let's Spend the Night Together,"The Rolling Stones, Comment by Matthias Report this comment
It's not a bad parody but it falls into that type of parody that talks about one topic and keeps repeating it kind of killing the joke. I think a general post apocalyptic style parody would of been cool making fun of everything Mad Max but sticking just to the leather clothing kind of kills the joke.
"Iron Man," the_conqueror_of_parodies parody of "Some Postman,"The Presidents of the United States of America, Comment by Matthias Report this comment
I'm a big superhero fan so reading a parody about Iron Man is always a blast!
"Stumped," Agrimorfee parody of "Lump,"The Presidents of the United States Of America, Comment by Matthias Report this comment
I'm stumped as to why this parody was so good!
"Drunk (The Continuing Adventures of Lump)," Syncronos parody of "Lump,"Presidents of the United States of America , Comment by Matthias Report this comment
556 point for Syncronos on the page, 556 points for Syncronos, take one down and pass it around 555 points for Syncronos on the page!
"Bike Madman," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "Loch Lomond,"Traditional , Comment by Observer Report this comment
Strange OS to use for this type of topic. Lord knows there will probably be a Spell version titled Short of the Canyon He Flew or old Willie Nelson with On the Ramp Again!!! EK was, however, a cool cat who probably saved the toy industry in the '70s with his merchandize, especially the Harley tie-ins!

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