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Song Parodies -> "Starship Enterprise"

Original Song Title:

"Drunken Lullabies"

Original Performer:

Flogging Molly

Parody Song Title:

"Starship Enterprise"

Parody Written by:

Rex Ungericht

The Lyrics

Yes, it's about the original series. DKTOS? It's on YouTube.
It goes flying through the starry skies
The mission never ends
Five standard years they said, yeah right
But now I'm here to tell
While all the red-shirted personnel die
Another decade turns
'Cause the repeats will forever play
With our phasers set on stun

And the Klingons are such nasty guys
And here they come again
And we find ourselves in the same old mess
On the starship Enterprise

In Roddenberry's starry eyes
Was a concept that he said
That a TV station needs to buy
'Cause the story's sure to sell
But the studios, they all said no
They just wouldn't make a deal
But after lots of talk he finally got
Desilu to pay the bill

Now the episodes will never die
In reruns once again
And we find ourselves in the same old mess
On the starship Enterprise

Ah, so Kirk headed off with Spock
And a crotchety country doc
And a drunken engineer who drank whiskey, not beer
And a yeoman just there to be hot
Though sometimes scripts were quite inane
Like the aliens who stole Spock's brain
And each week we tackled the same old mess
On the starship Enterprise

And although the show is decades past
The memory never fades
'Cause trekkie fans will always fight
To see it everyday
And everytime it's on they watch again
They'll quote you every word
And they know which actor played every part
It's just a wee bit lame

And the studio occasionally tries
To make it new again
But each new attempt is the same old mess
On the starship Enterprise
So we go and play some more 3-D chess
On the starship Enterprise

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Christie Marie M - November 24, 2009 - Report this comment
Funniest OS since "F**k you, I'm Drunk!" Also, great Star Trek satire you wrote there! I can imagine the crew from Star Trek, and the Klingons dancing to this tune! This song may win the heart of those Trekkies everywhere! Live well and prosper! (does sign). 555!
Matthias - November 24, 2009 - Report this comment
Let the force be with you!
TJC - November 24, 2009 - Report this comment
AFW - November 24, 2009 - Report this comment
This wins the Entry-prize
Rex - November 25, 2009 - Report this comment
Thanks Christie, Matt, TJC, and AFW.
Agrimorfee - December 02, 2009 - Report this comment
In the duel of Drunken Lullabies parodies, Rex takes a slight edge over Conqueror with the clarity of the lines, and matching pace a bit better.
bobpiecheese - December 06, 2009 - Report this comment
(Artistry) I think that Rex's DL rip beats mine also because he knows all about the topic (but still made it accesible for non-fans, like me, so kudos there), whereas I just made up crap to fit the title sub I thought up. 555 of whatever currency them Federation peoples use.
Below Average Dave - December 10, 2009 - Report this comment
Nice reliving of a classic, I enjoyed the write much better than tos.

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