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Song Parodies -> "S.O.S. (Rescue Me--Crazy Dream Version)"

Original Song Title:

"S.O.S. (Rescue Me)"

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Parody Song Title:

"S.O.S. (Rescue Me--Crazy Dream Version)"

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The Lyrics

Um...basically this is based pretty closely on a dream I had earlier this week. Seriously.
La la la, la la la, la la la la la, Ohhh
(You know, you ever dream like this before?)
La la la, la la la, la la la la la, Ohhh
(The feeling's just so real)

Hey, I'm workin' for Dunder Mifflin Paper Co.
With Jim and Michael; Britney Spears answering phones
Confusion's plantin'
'Cause we're not in Scranton, which ain't cool
Instead we're working at my Junior High School

Here's a question, can't figure out the answer
Now why is Kevin dressed like a hula dancer?
And what's the crazy sound?
Start window gazing
And I can't control my fear, 'cause I saw a mushroom cloud!

"S-O-S, let's call Jack Bauer,
He's got make this go a-WAY!"
But he will not get on board
The bombers come in and I'm filled with fright

I'm so stressed, won't someone help me?
They compel me; a bag over my FACE
I wish that I had a sword
And I just toss and turn during my dreams at night

Scene skips; THE bad guys now have Jim and me
We're tied from behind inside a submarine
Up front, I look and see they also have Brit-ney
She's holding a sign that says "These guys are mean!"

Can't stand THE way that they are treatin' me
They offer me wine, but know that I don't drink
I'm lost, 'cause I can't figure what they want with me
Logic I can't see, but it's mak-in' me think

Flash again and now I see we're in a hideaway
I notice Jim is dressed like Rock Hudson, I'm Doris Day
My tummy's up in knots
'Cause I don't like this dirty plot
As soon as they walk out the door, Britney pulls out a Glock

Hopefully (uh-huh)
She'll use the gun to free us, right?
Turns on me
And says "I think that Jim is mine tonight!
Don't make a move!"
But I say "Are you for real?"
She says, "I planned this all, 'cause I want your man to steal!"

"S-O-S, come ON, Jim, help me!
She's not well she...needs to be put a-WAY!
Get us a get-a-way car
She'll be committed when we break out, right?"

It's time she learned she shouldn't mess with me
Jim comes from behind, and grabs her; "That's m'boy!"
He laughs and takes the gun from her for me to see
Made real-IST-ic-lly, but it's Sean Preston's toy

Skip time; we're back on dry land suddenly
And Britney is blind; a cane she's usin' it
Our CAP-tor is a man whose face I cannot see
Wants to tickle me; I feel like choosin' it

Oy! A van pulls up and doors they o-pen
And boy! I wanna get out soon, I'm ho-pin'
Because Roy, the driver of the van is to-kin'
And I'll look guilty when I'm not
If all my clothes they smell like pot
I'm cryin'

S-O-S, I hope he's stopping!
To go shopping...for Lysol and Fe-BREZE
Now we are stuck by a car
Holding Vin Diesel, I scream at the sight

I cry, "Please Triple X, come rescue me!
With all of your strength, 'cause you're not using it!"
He smirks, says "I think you've seen too man-Y movies
Ev'ry film you see, you're just abusing it!"

It's time, now my a-larm is waking me
I'm leaving behind, th'dream I'm losing it
I'm pissed, instead of waking I would rather be
With Jim AND Britney, so now I'm snoozin' it

La la la, la la la, la la la la la, Ohhh,
Oh Oh
La la la, la la la, la la la la la, Ohhh,
Oh Oh

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Pacing: 5.0
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Overall Rating: 5.0

Total Votes: 12

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Matthias - January 16, 2008 - Report this comment
Dream On. Arwen, Dream On... (Pretty epic song choice)
Agrimorfee - January 16, 2008 - Report this comment
(Dec2)Yeah, most people I think are taking the easy way out with this category. But you took a hard song to pace with 20 pounds of lyrics, made it surreal AND funny. It's amazing what people can do when they are hard-pressed (imagine if you really had a glock shoved in your face!) Eh well, anyway, 555.
Michael Pacholek - January 16, 2008 - Report this comment
I didn't get any of this -- when I see "Scranton," I think Harry Chapin's "30,000 Pounds of Bananas" -- but I figure the people who watch "The Office" will think it's good enough even without the obligatory "Who cares? Arwen wrote it! Five it!"
2Eagle - January 16, 2008 - Report this comment
That's enough to make a feature film.
nally - January 18, 2008 - Report this comment
Awesome!! I would imagine that this particular OS (which I seem to like) might have been somewhat of a challenge to parody, but you really nailed it! It was lots of fun to read, as well. 5-5-5.
Serafina - January 18, 2008 - Report this comment
Hey, nicely done! I admit I have a guilty pleasure for this OS, too. This was an awesome parody; I really enjoyed reading through it. Anyway, let me give it a 5-5-5. =)
Matthias - January 23, 2008 - Report this comment
Wow! I'm still amazed by the choice of song, talk about a tough one to tackle, not only is it long, but it's also very repetitious so that makes it even harder to come up with new material, and you not only came up with new material, but new funny material, and actually about a dream. Now that's some clever thinking.
bobpiecheese - January 28, 2008 - Report this comment
(Dec 2.0) That's one screwed-up dream. The parody, however, was extremely well done.
Jack Wilson - January 30, 2008 - Report this comment
The Office rules,as does this parody,so 555!
Kristof Robertson - January 30, 2008 - Report this comment
(DEc 2.8) Geez, I'd hate to be your subconscious, babe....;-) A real derailed train of thought parody, and kudos for tackling the OS. Big 5s
stuart mcarthur - January 30, 2008 - Report this comment
(dec2.8) wow, you have excellent dream recall, Arwen - such detail - hilarious the way it just kept stream-of-consciously (and not self-consciously) going, and if this is a dream, well, um, you know what the line "I wish that I had a sword" means.....555
Below Average Dave ( - January 31, 2008 - Report this comment
(DEc2) What a tough OS this must have been to pull off. . .thoroughly impressed Arwen. . .one of the better of the contest from you. (Considering you sit in 2nd, that's very impressive)
Jeff Reuben - January 31, 2008 - Report this comment
Very well done. I'm big on dreams, dream diaries, and interpretation...this explains so much about you! Very good song for this theme and genre
OwedToYen - April 18, 2014 - Report this comment
Margaret gets up at 6 I get up at 6 See the canyons broken by cloud I want to go tripping in my canary yellow canoe The Eastmain, Coppermine, Back River too This Ache, Roaming through the woodlands Feeling the soft sunlight Dreaming of those days Sundown and the clouds cover up the stars what now but before she closes her eyes it all comes out she speaks all the words she knows her lungs so small, her breath so warm There go the street lights bringin on the night Here come the men faces hidden from the light I just dont know how to run It's a saturday night And I hope you believe Hold on Don't let go Just stay on that road in that heartbeat You're not alone in the dark, can you see me Well, I've been haunted in my sleep You've been staring in my dreams

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