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Song Parodies -> "Doctor Who"

Original Song Title:

"Malibu"

Original Performer:

Miley Cyrus

Parody Song Title:

"Doctor Who"

Parody Written by:

Brad Snyder

The Lyrics

The stuff in (parenthesis) are of the background vocals singing “Baby”. At first I was annoyed, thinking “what the heck am l gonna do with that?”. But I came up with what I came up with, and I think was able to inject a little more humor to the parody than if I had just ignored them, which was my first instinct. -bas
(Artist: Smiley Serious)

I’m never gonna forget that day I first saw him,
Racing as fast as he could,
And as he passed me, he yelled “Better run!”
So I followed him,
And I’m happy that I did.
Now I can’t believe this adventure I’m in!

I’ve seen a lot that I thought just never could be,
Like fantastic planets, talking felines in habits,
And one time we got so scared
Because of angels that weep.
We couldn’t sleep.
Jumped into a box of blue with Doctor Who.
I’m the crew for Doctor Who!
He’s so cool! (Ain’t he?)

We watched the sun eat Earth in year five billion.
I made a lot of new friends, brought down some villains.
Doc would explain the TARDIS, and I would smile,
Joking “It’s bigger inside!”,
And then we would ride on into the stars, far out in style.
Then the Doc flips a switch – now the ship’s on the fritz.
Again it’s got to be..fixed!

The TARDIS is better than new. Ready to blaze!
I asked what T-A-R-D-I-S stands for.
He said “Time and Relative Di..mension in Space”.
An awesome place.
Where’s the loo? I wish I knew.
Ask Doctor Who.
Much to do for me and Who - Men in blue. (Navy)

Who-o-o... Who-o-o...

“Now where to? What say you?”
Asks Doctor Who,
“(Any-) Where you choose.”

Back from Satellite Five, passed by a Black Hole.
Rode the Titanic in space, then it crashed into Earth.
We outwitted the Daleks and Cybermen, too.
I can promise you
That it’s all true.
Ask Doctor Who.
Go ahead, ask him...if you can find him! Blessings, Brad

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Matthias - February 09, 2018 - Report this comment
Even with just the basic grasp of Doctor Who I was able to follow this rather easily and I found this to be a great tribute to a supposedly great show (I think I’ve seen less than a handful of episodes)
Agrimorfee - February 09, 2018 - Report this comment
Excellent tribute, Brad! Matthias, you gotta watch the Christopher Eccleston or David Tennant years to really get into it---or, for old school, Tom Baker (but disregard the horrible special effects).
Peter Andersson - February 09, 2018 - Report this comment
"The stuff in (parenthesis) are of the background vocals singing “Baby”":

That's pretty much what I often do when I want to mark something as background vocals. There are no fixed rule or rules for it, but you've probably nailed the most commonly used technique for that "solution" to a lyrics problem right off the bat.
Jeff Reuben - February 09, 2018 - Report this comment
Very nice tribute. And Matthias, I second what Agrimorfee said, I got hooked with the David Tennant (and Eccleston) years.
bobpiecheese - February 09, 2018 - Report this comment
I don't think I've seen a whole episode, but I follow enough Whovians on Twitter to enjoy this great little tribute. I especially like how you worked in what TARDIS stands for. 555 sonic screwdrivers!
Brad Snyder - February 09, 2018 - Report this comment
Thank you, everyone. It's cool that both the "Who!" AND the "who?" crowd can enjoy this musical tip-of-the-fedora to Doctor Who. It was cool to take an original song someone else had given us, come up with new title that might inspire a funny idea, and then work around that..in a week! It really helped to hone the lyric-writing skills, and I had fun doing it! And then, on top of that, for my fellow lyric-writers to be able to check it out and comment...priceless (the 5-star reviews and kind words don't hurt)! Again, thank you mucho. BTW, I have other stuff on this site. Check it out, if you're so inclined. (Any-) Ways..You guys rock, but I gotta roll! (okay, that was just goofy) Blessings. Brad// BTW, a cool anagram for “MILEY CYRUS” is “USE MY LYRICS”. I’d rather it was “Use My Music”, but it’s still semi-ironically cool. (I'm not sure, but YES MR I LYCU, CURE MI LYYS ["cure my lies", not "lice"] or ICY UR SMYLE don't seem to be as cool)

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