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Song Parodies -> "Talks Lots"

Original Song Title:

"Walk Hard"

Original Performer:

Dewey Cox

Parody Song Title:

"Talks Lots"

Parody Written by:

Norman Wanman

The Lyrics

Hello again! I am back again for one more submission after a really long dry spell in parody writing. Tried my hand at stand up comedy and suffice to say, I have sang a few of the parodies I have written here. Anyway, back to the point. This song, "Talk Lots" is about a mafia soldier who is now in police custody for, you know, opening his lips where he ain't s'pposed to. You know, singing in a free cage. Well, this is what he has to sing about and his eventual demise. Anyway, it has been awhile since I have written anything so be fair with the review. I really want to improve.
Talk lots
With words
We all say

Talk loud
Till your ears
Go deaf

I've been slapped and stabbed and litigated too
Had to dodge some bullets my whole life through
Couldn't shut up about my view of the Mafia King
And now he has mark on me until I cannot sing

Talk lots
Till He says
I want him whacked

Talk loud
To the cops
Record it too

If the bad guys really really want you dead
They will kill you and fill you up with lead
Here's a bulletproof vest to keep you safe
And a huge bodyguard that who's name is Da-ave

You know when I was a soldier
And Don Carlosso said to me
"Keep your mouth shut... you'll squeal someday"
And I used to tell him
You're crazy and you just killed your dad
And I am going to tell the police
I gonna tell on you


When I go to court on the judgment day
They'll keep that violent man five feet away
And I started giving my words to the court
And then in my face I was really shot

Talk lots
Talk lots
Talk lots
his parody is a copyright of Norman Wanman aka Fayte aka Symphix aka eiseys. The original song was written by Marshall Crenshaw, John C. Reilly, Jake Kasdan and Judd Apatow. Here's a link to the music video of Walk Hard, if you need references: Thank you and please, do leave comments and reviews.

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Michael Pacholek - May 27, 2008 - Report this comment
As the first Amirighter to parody "Walk Hard," I salute your effort in becoming the second. Is it good? You're "Guilty As Charged!" Just like the subject of your song!

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