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Song Parodies -> "Got Cold Feet"

Original Song Title:

"Move Your Feet"

Original Performer:

Junior Senior

Parody Song Title:

"Got Cold Feet"

Parody Written by:

Christie Marie M

The Lyrics

Ode to wedding jitters, wedding disasters, and second thoughts on marriage…but there’s more that meets the eye.
I got (I got)
I got cold feet
I can’t stop (can’t stop)
Shaking my knees

Oh, no!!

[5-note tempo]

Matrimony: got cold feet
I won’t deny it!
Matrimony: feel the heat
Ever united?

[Pounding chimes]


Marry downtown
(I’ve flipped!)
Wore my white gown
(It’s ripped!)
Where’s my pearl crown?
(Nails chipped!)
Sweating around…


It-it-it-it’s my big day
I can’t-can’t c-can’t control dismay
I’m feel-feel-f-feeling so ashamed
Should I go on through it, or run away?

Could it?
(Is it?)
A big mistake?
Will it be?
(There'd be?)
Be steps to make?
Can it be?
(Could be?)
My life at stake?

That so?

[5-beat tempo]

Matrimony: got cold feet
I cannot hide it…no!
Ceremony: face defeat
Or joyful binding?

[Pounding chimes]


Aisle, I’ve walked down
(More stares)
Lights flash around
(Blind glare)
Felt like I’ve drowned
(Mind flares)
Head starts to pound


Sink-sink-sinking goes my heart
Does it-it-it feel right from the start?
Or could-could-could think we’d go so wrong?
Once bonded together, is freedom gone?

Can’t stop
(Won’t stop)
My mind at ease
I can’t stop
(Can’t stop)
Thinking he’d cheat?
Can it be?
(Will be?)
It’s meant to be?

Or no?

[5-beat tempo]

Matrimony: wedded bliss
Or regal fighting?
Matrimony: seal with kiss
Or common griping

[Pounding Chimes]


Thrills gone?
No fun?

Can’t stop
(Won’t stop)
Pondering on?
Could he be?
(Is he?)
Is he the one?
Or could he?
(Would he?)
Be with someone?

Oh, no!

[5 beat tempo]

Matrimony: got cold feet
I cannot hide it
Oh…no… no
Matrimony: feel defeat
Or feel delighted
Matrimony: could true feelings
be in hiding?


[Pounding Chimes]


Leaving up to audiences' imaginations as to whether it'd be a happy ending or not.

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Voting Results

Pacing: 4.9
How Funny: 4.7
Overall Rating: 4.6

Total Votes: 7

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Peter Andersson - February 14, 2012 - Report this comment
IRL 555 that will change to 111 over time if you go through, and for this special occasion only I'm gonna borrow a comment I've clipped to my quote file (from Tommy Turtle I think, or possibly Spaff): It's a very old tradition at weddings to have something old (bride's father), something new (bride's baby), something borrowed (the money for the wedding) and something blue (the groom).
Andria - February 15, 2012 - Report this comment
I have only heard the OS a few times at the most, so I'll refrain from voting. The parody is well-written as always, and as for the subject matter, I've chosen NOT to get married. Can't deal with the commitment due to the number of people who have broken up with me thanks to personality conflicts (I lost count at 11 breakups)
Matthias - February 15, 2012 - Report this comment
First time I've heard this song. Very interesting. Sounds like it was from DDR or something. Anyways, I would never have expected a parody of that song to turn out as good as yours did just because it's so minimalist and repetitive but your parody was actually pretty funny.
Porfle Popnecker - February 16, 2012 - Report this comment
Fun parody. Thank goodness I'll never have that problem!
Blaydeman - February 22, 2012 - Report this comment
(AofA) I was shocked at how much you did with such few lyrics! It was simply, elegant, and really funny. Good work!
Christie Marie M - February 26, 2012 - Report this comment
Thanks lots, everyone! :) Peter - Nice of you to bring "something borrowed" to my insipid wedding! ;) Andria - I can understand about refraining voting. Yeah, I had some bad relationships in the past like you did. Most of the guys I end up with turn out to be jerks who either cheat on me, or take advantage of me. Matthias - Glad you enjoyed my parody and as for the song, I've been wanting to spoof this parody for a very long time because this is my all time favorite song and I love Junior Senior and Junior kind of reminds me of Taylor Hanson in a way. Porfle - Yeah, I can understand your situation. Getting cold feet is common at weddings. I guess I would kind of feel the same way, as a matter of fact, I don't know as to whether or not to feel excited or nervous, or have second thoughts as I've mentioned in the satire. Blaydeman - Yeah, I try to be creative to spoof a song, especially with few lyrics. That's because it's easy and short and great for last minute parody writing. Glad you enjoyed my parody! :)
Andria - February 28, 2012 - Report this comment
CMM: You're welcome. In my case, they could not tolerate my quirks (as you may know, I can go from very hyperactive or very sedentary at the drop of a hat, am a bit of a collector, and have my own style as far as fashion & home decor), I could not get along with them, or they were d-bags. I even got hit in the kneecaps with a golf club by a guy who was disgusted by me having had a tubal ligation...
Arwen - February 28, 2012 - Report this comment
Ages...I feel this one a little too much, as I'm a major commitment-phobe and rarely trust my feelings about anyone. So much easier to be single and flirt with everyone. Hahaha. Great work here!
bobpiecheese - February 28, 2012 - Report this comment
(Ages) Holy balls, major kudos on both a) parodying a song with so little lyrics yet still having a comprehensible premise and story and b) having such moody and kinda depressing lyrics against such an overly-cheery song, that kinda thing always amuses me. Not too fond of weddings, but I like to think this one ended with a happy ending ;) 555!
Abbott Skelding - February 28, 2012 - Report this comment
This was actually my first time listening to this song all the way through...nice job following the OS and I also love the happy music/sad lyrics mash-up...nice work!
D-Mon - February 28, 2012 - Report this comment
(AofA) Nice pacing, simple OS and Idea, good job!

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