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Song Parodies -> "Christie Marie M."

Original Song Title:

"It's Now Or Never"

Original Performer:

Elvis Presley

Parody Song Title:

"Christie Marie M."

Parody Written by:

Fiddlegirl and Tommy Turtle

The Lyrics

I'm sure that we all wish that Christie would write more often, but what she *has* posted has her own unique style (see the links) -- and the bubbling enthusiasm of her comments has brightened our days on many occasions. Hence, a little extra "thanks".

Christie Marie M:
Financial plight
Pain, labor: gnarling
Contractions, tight
Loud snorer; she'll be up late
Awake forever;
Her love, sedate

Thanksgiving, gnaw you
On a wild bird, tender
Guests were enraptured
Run steak through blender?

In jail, a lifetime
Paying for his blight crime
Cower in fear!
Christmas is here:
Don't fast!

Her comments, clever
So boldly bright
FG, T: sparkling
From sheer delight
Our sorrow, will she abate
"Best fan forever" [1]
We think you're great!

Hitting the pillow
And the "Y-K"™ lotion:
Too young for true love;
Complete commotion

Those witches: fright'ning
They invade like lightning
Munro, Lochlyn:
Christie would bend
His way!

Devon Werkheiser;
Two thousand-eight:
Which one's the wiser?
France, s’il vous "plate
More pasta! (Who cares 'bout weight?)
Ducks now endeavor:
So lovely, skate!

Christie, forever
Our "favor-rate"!

[1] Commonly abbreviated as "BFF" ;)

That's all of Christie's songs, as of the day this was written. More! More!
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Pacing: 5.0
How Funny: 5.0
Overall Rating: 5.0

Total Votes: 10

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Mark Scotti - February 18, 2010 - Report this comment
Great tribute to our "cheery' Christie!!!
SamuraiMaster - February 18, 2010 - Report this comment
Damn, you beat me to the punch on making a tribute to our happy Christie. Got 5s from me.
Christie Marie M - February 18, 2010 - Report this comment
*Sniffles with joy*: Thanks, you guys! I am outrageously touched with your lovely tribute!!!!!! Nobody has ever, ever written a tribute about me before! I'm glad you guys did. For that I am gracious, not to mention honored! I know that I don't write much, but I'll work on and post some parodies one of these days when I get the chance. Of course, you're a 555 all the way!! *smiles brightly, then takes a bow* .
CMM @ SM - February 18, 2010 - Report this comment
Samurai, if you are reading this, you can write another tribute about me if you wish to.
Andria - February 18, 2010 - Report this comment
Great tribute to one of my favorite AmIRighters, and I too would like to see more parodies from her (not to mention others, such as Alvin Rhodes, Guy DiRito, and Stan Hall). 5s.
2Eagle - February 18, 2010 - Report this comment
That was quite a job working the titles of her parodies into yours.
carly_carlz - February 18, 2010 - Report this comment
GREAT PARODY! Now if only she would comment back on mine! I wish someone would do the same! 555
AFW - February 18, 2010 - Report this comment
Top of the line parody tributing a top of the line Amirighter
TJC - February 18, 2010 - Report this comment
Lexcellence abounds! Christie's on the, er, 'Brink--' of immortality with this fine tribute from the Tribunes Of Tricky!
Phil Nelson - February 18, 2010 - Report this comment
Love these tribute parodies!
LPG-Unit - February 18, 2010 - Report this comment
Nice tribute to one of my fellow parodists here... 555!!!
Old Man Ribber - February 18, 2010 - Report this comment
A parody worthy of the wonderful subject! (In the voice of James Earl Jones) This Is C.M.M! ;D
Fiddlegirl - February 18, 2010 - Report this comment
I feel a bit silly thanking everyone, when it's CMM who is being honored here... But on *her* behalf, Thanks to everyone! [We
Fiddlegirl (oops!) - February 18, 2010 - Report this comment
*That was supposed to say "We luv U, Christie Marie M!" :D
Warren Baker - February 18, 2010 - Report this comment
A constant encourager CMM is. Thanks to TT/FG for saluting someone whose opinions and poetry are trusted by many.
Tommy Turtle - February 19, 2010 - Report this comment
Mark Scotti: Cheery thanks!

SamuraiMaster: I'm *guessing* you're not of an age to remember this, but Mary Wells had a 1962 hit, "You Beat Me to the Punch" ... in case you want to use that for a parody about this. The lyrics are on the Web, and surely videos at YouTube. Thanks for v/c!

Christie Marie M: Long overdue! -- glad you found it worthy, and one more "thanks", this time for the v/c!

CMM @ SM: That is very gracious of you, to give SM permission (wink, nudge, heh heh!) :-D

Andria: Thanks! Hope we'll see some sometime soon!

2Eagle: Thank you. The technique is a TT original and niche, done for maybe a dozen or so tributes to other writers. Of course, anyone else is welcome to use it. (No links or plugs unless requested, but any TT trib to another AIRer in the last year or two probably does this, including TT's own 200th-parody self-trib.) Thanks for v/c.

carly_carlz: Thank you, and it's nice to welcome you to *our* song comments! ... btw, you probably don't know this, but when your first few parodies here did not have "comments enabled" checked, making it impossible for people to leave comments, I posted a suggestion to ChuckyG that comments should be enabled by default, because new writers didn't know to check it, and veterans sometimes forget. He agreed, and it is that way now. I cited your parodies as examples of how hard it is on new writers. ..... I DK most of your OS, and there's probably a generation gap, but we might find other songs in common for each other to comment on. Thanks for v/c! (vote/comment.)

AFW: Top of the line compliment from one of *the* top of the line AIRs himself.... thanks!

TJC: LOL! ... was she related to David? (newscaster Brinkley). Thanks for v/c!

Phil Nelson: Thanks. TT's probably done about 30 - 40, including group tributes... FWIW, at one time ChuckyG cautioned me that he didn't want the site to be just writers writing about each other, because that wouldn't attract new readers. Which makes sense. So it's a once-in-a-while thing, when the muse or the impulse (or the aliens) strike. Plenty more in my catalog (page) -- feel free to browse. ;)

LPG-Unit: Thanks for that XUL-ent Perl of a compliment, and for voting higher than your BASIC C++. (Yes, I peeked.) If you know any Spanish, I can take that one step farther: Thanks from the DOS of us! (We feel very FORTRANate! -- but do *not* ask me whether FG and I COBOL!) :-D

Old Man Ribber: Soooo much better a "network" than CNN! ... LOL as usual @ OMR patented punments, and ya think we could replace all of CNN with CMM? You have my vote!

Warren Baker: Indeed is she. Very grateful for your kind v/c we are.
LPG-Unit - February 19, 2010 - Report this comment
You're welcome Turtle.
carly_carlz - February 19, 2010 - Report this comment
WOW Thanks. My songs must be very exemplary!
Tommy Turtle - February 20, 2010 - Report this comment
carly_carlz: I'm sure many people wanted to comment on them, but couldn't. You're very welcome -- everyone should have a chance to get feedback on their songs, if they want it.

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