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Song Parodies -> "Please Just Pick A Season"

Original Song Title:

"Just Give Me A Reason"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Please Just Pick A Season"

Parody Written by:

Abbott Skelding

The Lyrics

(feat. Nate Ruess). This is my "part two" of my Katy Perry parody "Hot n' Cold Weather". Typical Ohio/Midwest weather at its finest. Original Song:
The end of March, the first of spring
My fav’rite part
When there is no more winter
I opened up the door to see
That weather wasn’t leavin’
So I bundled up, damn blizzard.
Now, next day when I woke from sleep, uh oh
Snow was gone, sixty degrees! What the…?
Sorry, but I’ve had enough
This is dumb, so dumb

Please just pick a season
At least give me a heads up
Just a second, we’re expecting a spring
It’s warm, but it will snow again
Can’t see the stars
Snow’s coming down so damn hard, fills our yard
We’re frustrated, but wait-
Tomorrow, sun will shine again.

Excuse me, Mr. Weatherman
Exactly how’dya get your job?
Cause you’re wrong all the time
(So bad at predicting)
You said it wouldn’t rain again
You’re much worse than that Brick Tamland
Least he has half a mind
(“Bears can smell the menstruation”)
You said it’s eighty degrees, no oh
Snows piled up, can hardly see, uh oh
A riot’s forming in the street
Torches lit up , you’re done
Ooooh, you’re done, you’re done.

Please just pick a season
Or at least get close to one
Just a second, didn’t winter just end?
But now it’s starting up again!
“It never stopped”
We all know that is a crock- you’re just wrong
Is that snow in August!?
Man, we need a new weatherman

The pool’s frozen up
Said, “It’s warm enough”
Summer’s almost done
But snow’s piling up!
Make your predictions
With Wheel of Fortune!
So, you just spin the wheel, and “We’ll see”
Help us please!

Please just pick a season
Cause you really make it tough
Plan vacations, visit family, we can’t!
Don’t know when it will snow again.
Get in our cars
Scrape windshield before it thaws, it’s still March!
So in December is when
We can enjoy summer again

Please just pick a season
Cause it’s getting really dumb
Got my flip-flops, and my swimsuit- I won’t
let you tell me when spring begins
It starts in March
Then ‘round June it gets real hot, then comes fall
Then winter comes after that
Rebecca Black could tell you that!

Ooh, we need a new weatherman
Ooh, one that we can trust again
Oh, hey weatherman, just get bent!
We want to have summer again
NOTE: Brick Tamland is the Steve Carell character from the movie "Anchorman".
NOTE 2: The Rebecca Black line is a reference to her song "Friday" where she lists the days of the week the same way I listed the seasons.

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Daparodysong - April 09, 2013 - Report this comment
This parody is so good, I wish I had written it :) !!
Mr306 - April 27, 2013 - Report this comment
Skip Briggs - July 10, 2023 - Report this comment
This is awesome! Great theme, perfect pace, follows the original perfectly, and it's funny! It made me smile. Nicely done.

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