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Song Parodies -> "The Amiright Glitch (Part 1)"

Original Song Title:

"The Devil Glitch"

Original Performer:

Chris Butler

Parody Song Title:

"The Amiright Glitch (Part 1)"

Parody Written by:

A Roomful Of Monkeys

The Lyrics

OK, long intro. This is Agrimorfee. I started a proposal at for a group parody of this song The Devil Glitch, which is on record as the longest song ever recorded. So far, 25 lines and/or couplets have been contributed...with the interest having dwindled due to other projects and real-world issues. For posterity, I'm posting the fruits of these labors to give these artists their due. Perhaps "The Amiright Glitch (Part 2)", 3, 4...maybe 50...will come down the pipe. Until then, enjoy what you can. Sample the original work and view its lyrics at
[Phil Alexander:]
Sometimes you can cheat when you write a parody
Providing endless duplication
Sometimes it's easier to do that, apparently
When you lack inspiration

Sometimes you can parody the band Pink Floyd
Because the fans do need education

[Ann Hammond:]
So still and yet moves poetic
Just the hand for the magic touch
Who that player?
Ball pin silver
Thought the wizard had gone to lunch
Not professional?
Wizards professional
He’ll make a frog prince out of you
Back from the contraptions
You take the game crown and you’re through

[Red Ant:]
Sometimes you can parody a very overdone song
Like Avril Lavigne's 'Complicated'
Sometimes you can parody it but it comes out wrong
Like those 20+ 'Constipated's
Sometimes you think better of doing something done before
'cause that idea's 'Duplicated'
At times you think that Avril is such a freakin' bore
And that we're oversaturated

[Ann Hammond:]
Dust blown, Wind mass
Not in Kansas
A twister seized us gone is house
Toto barks it
She Knows Devil
Take Ruby shoes give hope no doubt
Talk to genius
He wants to fuss
Oh perfect! fudge! the broom of witch
Oh, dingdonga
Splashet! She meltedah
Hail Dorothy freed us, broom you get

Sometimes you can write songs about summer camp
If you're name is Allen Sherman

[Phil Alexander:]
Sometimes you can writes songs about singing so loud
You start to sound like Ethel Merman

[Rex Ungericht:]
Sometimes you can write songs about liking big butts
As Sir Mix-A-Lot has determined

Sometimes you can write songs by merely switching one word
Instead of "jammin," we be "German"

Sometimes you can parody an American Pie
With so many substitutions

[Ann Hammond:]
979 it goes on

Sometimes you can change "Every Breath You Take"
To rip on school lunch institutions

[to be continued...?]

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Pacing: 2.3
How Funny: 2.3
Overall Rating: 2.3

Total Votes: 6

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Christie Marie M - November 14, 2008 - Report this comment
I don't know OS. I tried going to the website based upon the top comments mentioned, but I couldn't download it. Anyways, I enjoyed it as a good read. Maybe I'll listen to the OS some other time. I actually loved it because of those fellow Amirighters who poured their hearts and souls into writing this song. I want to give my heartiest congratulations to all those authors who have contributed their hard work and talent into writing such a parody.
Ann Hammond - November 14, 2008 - Report this comment
Glad you like it so far.
Dylan Baranski - November 14, 2008 - Report this comment
Hey, I've heard of the original song before. I haven't heard it, but I've heard of it. Could this be some attempt to top my parody of Rapper's Delight? Whatever the case, I may contribute a few verses. Nice concept, man.
Agrimorfee - November 17, 2008 - Report this comment
Dylan, your milestone did indeed remind me of what we accomplished here, but your work will probably never be outdone in the same way by a single author.

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