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Song Parodies -> "Hello Pipe Leak, Hello Solder"

Original Song Title:

"Hello Muddah, Hello Faddah"

Original Performer:

Allan Sherman

Parody Song Title:

"Hello Pipe Leak, Hello Solder"

Parody Written by:

Airfarcewon

The Lyrics

Hello pipe leak, hello solder,
Take the torch out, turn off water
In your basement, looks like raining
Wikipedi'd plumbing, easy, who needs training

Saw thru copper, use sandpaper
This will be a..slam dunk caper
You can finish before dinner
Brag a little to the wife that you're a winner..

Open flux paste, smear both pieces
Goose pipes inside, or's that geeses?
Pick the torch up, spark the dinger
Scream some profane language as you burn your finger

Heat the copper, get it smokin'
Sear it red hot, where it's broken
This is high class home improvement
You should hold a seminar, begin a movement

Now it's ready, cuz it's hotter, see the fitting suck the solder
Set the torch down on the floor now, and give the job a conquered stare
What's that smell? that little sound of crackling noise?
You turn around and lose your poise..
Floor beam's a flaming blaze, fly upstairs in a daze..

The 911 girl, you just hate her
She's too calm an...operator
"What's your address?..where's it burning?
"Where do you work and just how much are you earning?"

You start screaming..you start yelling
"SEND THE DAMN TRUCK!!..her, you're telling
Standing outside..on the sod now
Job of solder..has burned down your new Cape Cod, now..

Job of solder..has burned down your new Cape Cod, now..


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alvin - June 18, 2008 - Report this comment
fun sing-a-long.....i piped in
ladyHomeDepot - June 18, 2008 - Report this comment
I loved the lines in this one: "Gave the job a conquered stare". . . . very plumber-Esque, Sir ! I've always admired men who can work around the home. ~JJ~ did everything that needed to be done, as I recall from my chillhood days. It gives a Lady a very comforting feeling to know that ~MrHomeDepot~ is fixing something . . .
AFW - June 18, 2008 - Report this comment
Thanks to alvin...and LHD
Peregrin - June 18, 2008 - Report this comment
That's fantastic AFW, had me chuckling the whole way through. My experience may have been enhanced by my intense dislike of the OS, but this easily stands on it's own.
Guy - June 18, 2008 - Report this comment
Farce - I knew from the 1st line that your home was going to be a parking lot by the last verse. But I still LOLed. One of these days I'm going to do a "Hello Mudda, Hello Foddah" parody. I hope I can get mine half as good as this one. This was just plumb good. Loved the burning finger and calm operator lines. Since this was only a parody and not a real emergency should you not have called 555 instead of 911 like they do phone numbers in movies and TV?
AFW - June 18, 2008 - Report this comment
tMany thanks to you, Peregrin...and to Guy..interesting comments..do they really call 555 in movies?

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