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Song Parodies -> "Oh, Russell Crowe"

Original Song Title:

"Boulevard Of Broken Dreams"

Original Performer:

Green Day

Parody Song Title:

"Oh, Russell Crowe"

Parody Written by:

the_conqueror_of_parodies

The Lyrics

This breaks my little rule of 'never parody a song twice'...but I'll do ANYTHING to be noticed...
Meredith Moroney
One day in Princeton University
She happened to see
An actor filming; name was Russell Crowe

She took a photo, it
Didn't make Crowe throw a major fit
He raised a digit
It caused a stir cause it was the middle one

The middle one
The middle one

The middle one
The middle...

She's just a fan, Russell Crowe, you can't blame her
You didn't have to go and raise your finger
Your action caused a stir with the media
Why did you do that, Crowe?

Temper, temper, temper, Aah-arg
Temper, temper, temper

You checked in your hotel
Said you were jet-lagged; not feeling well
You went and caused hell
'Cause you threw a broken telephone

It's your own damn fault
You're charged with second degree assault
'Cause you didn't halt
And 'cause of that, Nestor's been whacked by a phone

Whacked by a phone
Whacked by a phone

Whacked by a phone
Whacked by a...

You had to fork out US 160 bucks
That's better than what happened with those three shmucks
They tried to extort cash from you, so you struck
Why do you do this, Crowe?

Temper, temper, temper, Aah-arg
Temper, temper

Oh, Russell Crowe
Oh, Russell...

You're making a bad name
For Australians, that's pretty lame
'Cause you have to maim
Anyone who ticks you off, oh, Russell...

How dare you make Aussies look eas'ly angried
I know that's not a word, but Crowe, can't you see
At least in South Park your temper was par'died
That's why I hate you, Crowe...
Note: 'media' has 3 syllables. And for the facts to go with this here.

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Cat - May 06, 2006 - Report this comment
Excellent job, Pieman! I'm glad to see you took my suggestion, but you did so much more with this than I ever could. =)
Rick C - May 07, 2006 - Report this comment
Pay 'em millions...for what....tantrums? 555
MrMacphisto - May 07, 2006 - Report this comment
Russell Crowe - great actor, annoying person. He's like a violent version of Tom Cruise. Anyway, good job...
Larry Hensley - May 08, 2006 - Report this comment
I didn't know about all this before, interesting. 555's
Agrimorfee - May 12, 2006 - Report this comment
(slammin' hollywood) "Whacked by a phone" was the best line.
Red Ant - May 20, 2006 - Report this comment
(Slammin' Hollywood) You fudged the emphasis in a few places, but very funny work here, bobpiecheese.
Matthias - May 20, 2006 - Report this comment
(Slam It) Beware of flying phones!!!!
Stuart McArthur - May 21, 2006 - Report this comment
(slammin Hollywood) - but bobpie, you know the rule - when he won the Oscar he was an Australian - when he threw the phone he was a New Zealander - either way, a worthy target for your parodic wrath ;-)

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