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Song Parodies -> "Behind Red Eyes"

Original Song Title:

"Behind Blue Eyes"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Limp Bizkit

Parody Song Title:

"Behind Red Eyes"

Parody Written by:

Arcade Junkie

The Lyrics

I remember this toy robot of the 90's. His name is 2-XL.
2-XL, a robot who's a good man
He's been around the 'hood, man
Behind red eyes

And 2-XL, tells the kids some stories
And interacts with glory,
'Cause he's my guy

(chorus)
Christmas dreams, were'nt running on empty
2-XL is what it used to be
I saw him, in a toy store,
When I took him home, He got a cassette for free

2-XL sings some songs and taught them feelings,
Like I do, and Tiger can't blame you

2-XL, ask the players a quick question
Then says, "now." And I punch it through

(repeat chorus)

(discover)
(arcade junkie...
Say it....
discover....) (4x)

The R.O.B. gets 2-XL mistreated, and he got defeated
Thanks to red eyes

But R.O.B aplogized and said sorry, and don't worry
No time for lies

(repeat chorus)

2-XL, a robot who's a good man,
Been around the 'hood, man, behind red eyes

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Diva - February 13, 2004 - Report this comment
My oldest son had a 2 XL. Not the exactly epitiomy of technology. The best toy he had was the Magic Wand Reader.
Arcade Junkie - February 13, 2004 - Report this comment
What's a Magic Wand Reader?
Diva - February 13, 2004 - Report this comment
The magic wand reader was a story book. When you ran the wand over the words, it would read the book . It sounded very mechanical by todays standards, but my son loved it. At the time he was 4 years old . We took it on vacation and he learned how to read the book by the time we returned home from the trip.
Jake A Ralphing (Luke Brattoni) - May 13, 2004 - Report this comment
It's hard to criticise constructively when there is so little to work with, but I guess I can try with YECCH! Your chorus is two syllables short on the first line and one over on the second, making it very hard to hum along to!! You have, however, scraped in some rhymes now and then so 2-1-1.
Agrimorfee - May 13, 2004 - Report this comment
I had a 2-XL! It stood about 1 foot high, and it played specially recorded 8-track tapes. The genius of it was the answer buttons (or, as 'he' said it, "butwons") were actually Program buttons like on an 8 track player, so when answering questions, they would have to cut the tracks back and forth so things would make sense and he would respond with "Great answer! You are correct!" or "Sorry, you are wrong!. "He" covered all sorts of trivia, sang stupid songs, played games, went on radio-theater-style adventures, etc. Did you know the inventor, an educator, was the voice of 2-XL? It wasn't much fun to play with after awhile, once one understood how the tapes were programmed, and you would have to give wrong answers to hear something new. Ahhh, memories! On that note AJ, unfortunately, this song was quite weak. 322

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