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Song Parodies -> "Where's My Lost Teddy"

Original Song Title:

"Know Your Enemy"

Original Performer:

Green Day

Parody Song Title:

"Where's My Lost Teddy"

Parody Written by:

Below Average Dave

The Lyrics

This is my 300th parody on AmIRight

I'm at and

This one is about whiny kids who aren't disciplined by their kids, the kind you see out in public and wonder why those kids are bought what they are screaming for.

For the record, while this song may be "So Easy to Parody" (to quote Abbott Skelding) it's actually very difficult to end so many lines with e rhymes
Have you seen my lost teddy
I can't find my lost teddy
I really want my lost teddy right now

Have you seen him mommy please
I need him or I can't sleep
I Don't know where my lost teddy has gone

I think that I'm gonna scream
I don't have much memory
Wish I could find my lost teddy right now

Mommy where is my Barney
Gotta find my lost Barney
Cause I need a stuffed cute furry right now

Throwing a temperate plea
Crawling on my hands and knees
I will get my way before the end of day (Wah-ha-ah-wah)

I want that toy Hercules
and all his enemies
Well Gimme gimme or I'll lose control (Wah-ha-ah-wah)

Don't care who all looks at me
I want all that I see
So pull out your check book and charge it now (Wah-ha-ah-wah)

Don't like the Super Nanny
Hope she doesn't come for me
But Mommy I want that one please right now

Tossing out all my veggies
I won't eat no collared greens
I want some hot macaroni right now

As your tolerances rise
Our behaviors sacrificed
Oh look at my puppy eyes
Give me pie!




Well I have lots of energy (Wah-ha-ah-wah)
Temper tantrumstomp and scream (Wah-ha-ah-wah)
Embarrassing my family (Wah-ha-ah-wah)
If you just buy it I'll be pleased
So gimme gimme WHAT I ASK FOR!!

I will get my way mommy
Don't bother yelling at me
You know that I want Twinkies right now

I want my own pet Dory
and a Nintendo Wii
Hey Mommy don't you still love me right now

You say that I am whiny
You never punish me
Rewarding bad activity and more

Always get my way you see
Always give in to me
It is how us children took control (Wah-ha-ah-wah)

There's no sense punishing me
If you can't be firm you'll see
So buy me what I want-I'm six years old (Wah-ha-ah-wah)
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Matthias - September 15, 2010 - Report this comment
This is a perfect topic for this song because Green Day is so childish in this original song and you used that to its advantage. One of my least favorite Green Day songs just because its so simplistic and repetitive that it gets annoying.
UnKnownVotress - September 15, 2010 - Report this comment
This is a reminder of our Great Society, in which I often hear Toddlers asking, " where's 'MyDaddy' ; it is a sad but very real scene that I witness at the Children's Center !
Abbott Skelding - September 15, 2010 - Report this comment
Excellent job buddy! (and thanks for the quote...that'll be five bucks now)

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