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Song Parodies -> "Paper Blog Writer"

Original Song Title:

"Paperback Writer"

Original Performer:

Beatles

Parody Song Title:

"Paper Blog Writer"

Parody Written by:

Rick Duncan

The Lyrics

What do young people find new? Vinyl albums?
I'm really mad at my mean mother now
She got upset with me and she had a cow
Took my computer where I liked to write
Now I use a pen, and I have to be a paper blog writer
Paper blog writer

Now my daily stories that I put on line
No one gets to see, all those friends of mine
I used to love it when they wrote me back
Now it's just for me cause I'm forced to be a paper blog writer
Paper blog writer

Paper blog writer

It's a lot of effort I don't have spellcheck
I could really type, not that hunt-and-peck
And this little notebook ordinary
Has a funny name sounds like "dairy" I'm a paper blog writer
Paper blog writer

Well, I guess it's good if you want privacy
And you don't want every thought for all to see
But I kind of miss the old computer days
It's a brave new world so I guess I'll be a paper blog writer
Paper blog writer

Paper blog writer

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Pacing: 4.6
How Funny: 4.6
Overall Rating: 4.6

Total Votes: 9

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Tim Mayfield - October 19, 2005 - Report this comment
You'll have to trust me, but I wrote your 5's in my diary instead of online.
Phil Alexander - October 19, 2005 - Report this comment
Isn't a "paper blog" oxymoron? Funnily enough, I have a "Crappy blog writer" half-finished (I've not had time to investigate enough crappy blogs yet... and there are some *seriously* crappy blogs out there). Anyway, very good, as always :-)
Adagio - October 19, 2005 - Report this comment
I like it, Rick. Trying to figure out how a "paper" blog would work...letters to the editor?
Rick D - October 19, 2005 - Report this comment
I got the idea by watching a young girl scribbling furiously in a notebook every thought that came to her head. I thought, don't young people do that online now where everyone can look at it? It's like cellphones today. The phone companies spent a lot of money constructing "booths" because at one time, people cared about privacy in their conversations.
Johnny D - October 19, 2005 - Report this comment
Reminds me of a cartoon I saw years ago --- the title of the cartoon was "The Evolution of Small" --- first frame: a guy working on a mainframe-computer --- second frame: same guy working on a mini-computer --- third frame: same guy working on a laptop-computer --- fourth frame: same guy using paper and pencil.
StevIe I - October 19, 2005 - Report this comment
Reminds me of a story I heard about Nasa engineers that spent a lot of research time and money on a pen that would work in zero gravity. After several failed prototypes someone suggested...er...why not just use a pencil? I think it's been space pencils ever since.
Rex - October 19, 2005 - Report this comment
Would a paper blog be a plog? This gives me an idea for a parody about all the new terminology of the Internet era...

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