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Song Parodies -> "Stalking, Maybe"

Original Song Title:

"Call Me Maybe"

Original Performer:

Carly Rae Jepson

Parody Song Title:

"Stalking, Maybe"

Parody Written by:

Wendy Christopher

The Lyrics

Yep, I'll stick my hand up and admit it - this was probably THE most obvious thing I could've done with this song (Carly love, has it occurred to you that you sound... well, just a *little* bit creepy?) So no further explanation is needed, I feel.

And here's a link to the original song.
I like collecting beer mats
I live with fifteen stray cats
Thought you looked just like R-Pattz
When I got in your way
The moment you first appeared
Into your path I just steered
You looked at me really weird
‘Cause I got in your way

Your stare was worried
Down the street you hurried
After you I scurried
Why don’t we get married, baby?

Hey, you don’t know me
But that won’t phase me
I’m quite obsessive
And slightly crazy
And it just feels right
With you baby
But does it feel like
I’m stalking, maybe?

I’ve hacked your emails
But you won’t trace me
‘Friend’ you on Facebook
But you erase me
Said I’m annoying you
What a baby
I’m just persistent
Or stalking, maybe

Finding romance can be tough
Most guys can’t handle my love
Restraining orders and stuff
Said I got in their way
Now you’re the best chance I got
My friend agreed you were hot
I really like her a lot
‘Though I don’t swing that way

You make me go wow
So call me a mad cow
I’ll still get you somehow
Tracking you on GPS now…

Made all this effort
But you don’t chase me
So when’s it your turn?
You’re kinda lazy
You know you want me
I’m here, baby
Your future girlfriend
Just stalking, maybe

Could call the cops out
But they’ll just tase’ me
I kinda like that
Just call me crazy
So would I top the class
If you grade me?
Get A for effort
Or stalking, maybe?

Don’t have to follow you home like I did before
Won’t do that no more
‘Cause I’ve moved in next door
And my new job means I work the same place you do
Yes I work there too
I’m sitting next to you

And I complete you
Can’t debate, see
Had me at ‘get lost’
Why won’t you date me?

Hey, I just bet you
Secretly rate me
You’re just pretending
You really hate me
And all the other boys
Were just babies
Kept running from me
Like I had rabies

So why don’t you come and be my little R-Pattz?
Show you my beer mats
And my fifteen stray cats
Can’t love you right if you always run away, see
I’m thinking, baby…

I’m stalking, maybe

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Overall Rating: 4.6

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AFW - September 27, 2012 - Report this comment
Well rhymed and written
summeriot - September 27, 2012 - Report this comment
I found this really funny and it worked really well (: well done, keep it up! ^_^
Rob Arndt - September 28, 2012 - Report this comment
Yes, that video IS creepy- 555!!! CR Jepsen won Best Song of the Summer 2012 but she really does nothing for me. KPOP big girl bands are sexier and have better voices and videos :)
glen s - November 26, 2012 - Report this comment
Very funny take Wendy. Really liked the opening and the 'just taze me/I kinda like that's line. Great work

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