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Song Parodies -> "Ted"

Original Song Title:

"The Red"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:


Parody Written by:

Billy Boyd

The Lyrics

She's a freak
when we're making out
she said "Oh, Ted!"
well, that killed the mood

What the hell?
My name is Neil
Why'd she sigh
"Oh, Ted!" again?

Called me Ted again
Called me Ted again

One time,
a slip, I'd buy
but it's occured
time after time
So, I ask
next day 'round town
They all say
"Ted's the best around"

So, I frown
depressed, I feel
What's so nice
about this Ted?

As I pout
more mad, I feel
Think that I
should meet this Ted

So, I found
the so-called big deal
saw his eyes
and then, just left

I am still a man
I am still a man
I am still a man
I am still a man
a real man...

She and I freaked
that night making out
When I told her
"Ted, I love you"

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Red Ant - January 30, 2006 - Report this comment
As much as I'm trying I am missing something here, an unfamiliar double entendre or perhaps the twist at the end of the parody is along the same lines as "Lola" but whatever the case may be you'll have to elaborate Billy Boyd.
Billy Boyd - March 02, 2006 - Report this comment
Ant, all I can say is this was a bad idea, one of my worst parodies, and one I'd rather forget about.

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