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Song Parodies -> "Here's a Tune, Amiright"

Original Song Title:

"There's a Moon Out Tonight"

Original Performer:

Capris

Parody Song Title:

"Here's a Tune, Amiright"

Parody Written by:

Timmy1000

The Lyrics

A little doo wop music from the early 60's - the original song is here. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P4xNF9uh8SA
Here’s a tune, Amiright – whoa oh, so true – get’s mo’ trollin’
Rears a swirl of a fart – whoa oh, so new – too tart, butt swollen
Hairs are strewn, bout to light – whoa oh, no loo
That’s my colon, blew the spark - doo doo, doo doo

Prayers I owe for my fart – whoa oh, so blue – whenever smell will pour
Stares are hurled, they’re so snide – whoa oh, know too – that I abhor
Swear I know that Descartes – whoa oh, or Hume
They never smelled or swore – doo doo, doo doo

I’m snarling, blaring again
I’ve been honking, P. U. said my wife

Whoa oh oh woe, slay me, I have a welt, it may be sore
I stress with in-laws, share a prune, spout my plight

Where Van Gogh for his art – whoa oh so crude – his left ear sliced with gore
Fears a hurl as I slide – whoa oh slow goo – that I deplore
There’s a flow in my fart – whoa oh, some poo
I press if I pause . . . .

Here’s a tune, Amiright
Croon of my plight
Swoon at the sight
Moon out of spite

Here’s a tune, Amiright.

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Overall Rating: 4.2

Total Votes: 9

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Phil Alexander - July 17, 2014 - Report this comment
:-) So lovely and tasteful.. Would it could as poo-wop?
Phil Alexander - July 17, 2014 - Report this comment
"could"? d'oh.. I meant "count"
Timmy1000 - July 17, 2014 - Report this comment
Good one, Phil. I hadn't thought of that one.
John Barry - July 17, 2014 - Report this comment
Hume, Descartes, Van Gogh all in one parody. . .nice!
Leough - July 17, 2014 - Report this comment
555! Your tune doth fardels bear. Hope the problem was all rectified in the end!
Guy - July 17, 2014 - Report this comment
Timmy one K! I love this "shart"! Class act end to end.

Here I sit all broken hearted.
Paid my dime but only sharted.

Baby boomers remember this song when it was on 45s. This write is a bit "Torretish". That puts you on the 5 yard line with a first and goal! Absolutely love this!
Timmy1000 - July 17, 2014 - Report this comment
Thanks all. John, I needed a little highbrow to go with the low brow and now for some Lowenbrau.
Andy Primus - July 17, 2014 - Report this comment
Wow, second one on the trot where I've not only never heard the OS before but never even heard of the band. What made this funnier was these lyrics set to a slow doo wop. This parody was a gas.
Meridaoc - July 17, 2014 - Report this comment
Descartes: I fart, therefore I am.
Viewer Guy - July 20, 2014 - Report this comment
This is gross! 1-1-1!
Michael Pacholek - July 24, 2014 - Report this comment
I've heard of a Bad Moon Rising, but this is ridiculous. Five Beano pills, plus a bonus for going back to the Doo Wop Era.

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