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Song Parodies -> "If You Wanna Stay Chappy"

Original Song Title:

"If You Wanna Be Happy"

Original Performer:

Jimmy Soul

Parody Song Title:

"If You Wanna Stay Chappy"

Parody Written by:

Stan Hall

The Lyrics

"If You Wanna Stay "Chappy'"

Chorus:
If you want to stay "chappy" for the rest of your
and you’ve made Lorena Bobbit your wife,
don’t be a churl or she’ll de-joint you
if you act ugly, I swear it’s true.
If you want to stay "chappy" for the rest of your life
don’t let Lorena get near you with knife.
Granting the girl her own point of view,
she’s a little buggy (like “Carrie”), too.

I
A nutty woman may her husband’s horn poll,
just shear it off an’ cause a big round hole.
If loon he marries when she’s won his heart
then bullies her she may take his part.
So if you make a buggy woman your wife
don’t treat her crappy then give her a knife.
The buggy woman with a steel edged fine
you really want to leave in peace sometimes.

Chorus

II
So guard your friends down below your waist
If Lorena Bobbit you take as your mate.
Lest she go buggy, needs a booby hatch
Take it from me, leave your “itch” unscratched.

Chorus

Say man
Hey, baby.
Saw your wife the other day
Yeah?
Yeah, looks snuggleeee….
Yeah, looks snuggly, but she’s sure some kook
Yeah? Okay

(musical fade out)

© Stan Hall ... The bulk of evidence suggests John Wayne Bobbit was a brute whose temporary forfeiture of ...er, membership among mankind wasn't unearned. Hard to know how much of Lorena's bugginess--and she exhibited plenty--she brought to or he caused during their union. In any case, the best Bobbit line ever remains the one Robin WIlliam's delivered on one of those late-night talk shows: "Bobbit? Bobbit? Man, she lopped off the whole damned thing!" :-)

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Stan - March 08, 2008 - Report this comment
Well, smack my butt and call me "Homer!" Do'h ... somehow I managed to leave the trailing "t" off "Bobbitt" in every mention. _Maybe_ one of these days I'll learn to do my proofing _before_ whacking "Send." :-)
John Barry - March 08, 2008 - Report this comment
Good old song; good polled parody. I'm working on one with a similar theme. You have inspired me to finish it.
Guy - March 08, 2008 - Report this comment
Hey youz guyz Sir John and Stan - youz guyz iz gittin' awful close to my "Whack" parody innerests. If dere iz whackin' to do id be me an' da boyz wut duz it. Stan - absolutely loved this. Gives a whole new meaning to whack job and both of them were whack jobs of sorts.

Robin Williams and that Bobitt line reminds me of the boy in school who said his brother was in the war and got shot in the ass. The teacher said, johnny you mean rectum. Johhny says wrecked him, hell it killed him. =;-)
unKnownVotress - March 08, 2008 - Report this comment
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alvin - March 08, 2008 - Report this comment
love what ya did with this bouncy little tune....its stuck in my head now...my fave of the day

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