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Song Parodies -> "Trailer Trash"

Original Song Title:

"Monster Mash"

Original Performer:

Bobby "Boris" Pickett

Parody Song Title:

"Trailer Trash"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

Arms up jerking, swigging scads—wasted blight:
pie-eyed guys and “belles,” a beery fight.
Vengeful mobsters and men bad who’re made and wise
would have been shocked, averted eyes

from brawling trash, antics of trailer trash.
For trailer trash, it was a front-yard bash.
The trailer trash then fought on; points had flashed
among the trash, Alaskan trailer trash.

From the territory to the Czarist’s east
swooped a claque of bred doom and the ranting beast.
These fools, untamed, tongues unsprung, ill explodes:
one takes a poke when’s cried some vexed goads

to trailer trash, Last Frontier trailer trash;
For trailer trash, it was a front-yard bash
of trailer trash; they fought on; points had flashed
in trailer trash, Alaskan trailer trash.

At first they were having fun;
the party had just begun.
The pests included looped ma’am. . .
thank god she had nix gun!
(land of the midnight gun).

What’s seen: a raucous brawl, where bingeing abounds;
scene’s more inflamed after too many rounds.
The cops in wagons were called out to arrive—
then a vocal loop from chick with beehive:

“Know who I am? Do you know who I am?!”
It was yam-mer from the monster ma’am,
a godly lamb—well at least that’s her scam. . .
the monster ma’am’s Dionysian dipsoram.

Shouts ’neath her coiffure—rap noise did spring;
she’s seein’ double: rye, just the thing.
Opened her lips and shook her fist, face red
as state where hapless found the tragic-for-campaign twist

among the trash; among the trailer trash.
This failure rash then spawned a campaign crash.
After the crash, she glommed on for a stash,
then she conned cash, she conned a lot to cache.

When alcohol’s fuel in the Last Frontier land
and the trailer trash swill till they barely stand,
there’ll be some hitting; a bash will ensue.
When you get your next pour, quell this corps’ shtik; don’t you

then have a bash, as do the trailer trash,
a trailer bash, where everybody’s smashed.
These trailer trash grogged on, tempers flashed.
Cruiser lights flashed—the monster’s unabashed!

[fade on ranting and screaming]

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Pacing: 4.0
How Funny: 4.3
Overall Rating: 4.2

Total Votes: 6

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Jonathan - September 15, 2014 - Report this comment
this was a website smash! plus the original song always gets me hyped up for halloween! 5's
Patrick - September 16, 2014 - Report this comment
Drove through a neighborhood similar to this in the no-man's land between Kansas City, Missouri and Independence. Officially, it is known as "Blue Summit", but the locals call it "Dogpatch".
Brian - September 17, 2014 - Report this comment
You got somebody's panties in a whorl about this one -- seems like somebody went straight 2-2-2 for some reason. Your work is MUCH better than a 2-2-2! This one is good and funny, and the Palin's are ripe subject matter song parodies. The pacing matches very well, but at times I'm getting caught up in the wording. Other than that, great job.

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