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Song Parodies -> "Bounced"

Original Song Title:

"Bounce"

Original Performer:

Silicone Baby

Parody Song Title:

"Bounced"

Parody Written by:

Robert D. Arndt Jr.

The Lyrics

This parody is based on the low-budget horror film "Pontypool" which is about a big-time radio host booted from the city that has to move to rural Ontario in a snowstorm for a dull end of his career. He is approached by a hysterical woman in his car that repeats his words and then disappears. Later at the station word comes in of a spontaneous mass riot in town and then horrific cannabalism. People are turning into Zombies through a language virus that jumps from host to host through specific words of endearment, rhetorical speech, and is confined to the English language. The French-Canadian military issues a warning not to repeat this message but Grant meeses up and translates it from safe French to dangerous English, drawing the Zombies to the station. Grant learns of the word virus but one-by-one each of the workers get infected, unable to control their speech. Grant tries to reassign specific words with different meanings to stop the spread but the French-Canadian military hears the strange babble and thinks he is infected. You can hear the countdown in French as a missile speeds towards the radio station. Even so, the transmissions reach farther and the world is doomed... A very bizarre but interesting, unique Zombie film and psychological thriller. Btw, Silicone Baby is my second porn star singer OS parody from an adult dvd bonus feature!!! That other one I did a long time ago was also Zombie-based!!!
Something is very wrong
But the signal’s very strong
Grant Mazzy hates his job
Yet he keeps movin’ on

Started such a dreary day
Snow falling everyway
Crazy woman at Grant’s car
Then disappeared, ran away

Echoing words he had to say

Virus bounced
Words pronounced
Virus bounced
Words pronounced

This sparks Ontario’s doomsday

Viral plague affects the mind
Words repeated many times
Grant reports all on the air
People riot, commit crimes

Then they start to eat the flesh
Quarantine is in effect
Grant reads a dire warning
Transmission, verbal neglect

The Zombies are now on their way

Virus bounced
Words pronounced
Virus bounced
Words pronounced

Grant and Sydney they want to slay

Don’t speak English
Don’t say a word
Virus spreads like fire
When sentences are heard

Trapped in the sound box
Doors are left unlocked
French-Canadian military hovers
Countdown on the clock

A missile is on its way

Virus bounced
Words pronounced
Virus bounced
Words pronounced

Transmissions led to world dismay

Language-decay Doomsday!!!

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Not Sure - November 06, 2012 - Report this comment
Can we have a link to the OS? Is it on Youtube? I'm not even sure if this is an actual performer; I couldn't find it on Allmusic.com.

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