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Song Parodies -> "Hung *There*, 'Rover', Duh, Reigns Bro!"

Original Song Title:

"Somewhere Over The Rainbow"

Original Performer:

Judy Garland -Wizard of Oz

Parody Song Title:

"Hung *There*, 'Rover', Duh, Reigns Bro!"

Parody Written by:


The Lyrics

We all have our ongoing internal dialogues! (Wait, it's not just me... right?)

As sung by *some guy's* unrestrained (Freudian) Id
[answered by *some guy's* reality-checking Super-ego]

Hung *there*, overblown-vain? No!
Hits mid thigh...
[That's the gland that you drempt of
once after skull-bong high!]

Hung *there*, 'Rover' abstains? No!
Balls n'er blue...
[Them's wet dreams of faux playboy 'tweens
Hefner's duped... et tu?]

Some day I'll star in porn, get rich
[or starve 'cause rep's: "Hung like light switch
that's turned 'off'"...]

My trousers *bulge* with package plump
[I saw you stuff six socks in, chump]
My 'YouTube's'
earned boff!

Hung *there*, 'Rover', duh, reigns, Bro
[in pig's eye...]
My 'hog's' choicest of 'porkers'...
[too weak to exit sty...]

You must admit I'm Don Juan-sly
[Not even with quart
'Spanish fly']
Then lie, oh, LIE:

{Id to Super-ego: Thanks, Bro!
Super-ego: Just this once, or I'm telling Mommy 'bout your *major * Oedipal thingy...}


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Timmy1000 - May 28, 2009 - Report this comment
A bit different but cleverly written - the ongoing battle - 555
alvin - May 28, 2009 - Report this comment
hilarious...especially liked the socks line
AFW - May 28, 2009 - Report this comment
Very funny stuff, Bro...
Mark Scotti - May 28, 2009 - Report this comment
Enjoyed that, TJ!!! Fives
Greg Hoffman - May 28, 2009 - Report this comment
Yep, I loved it too...but I think you shouldve used "misc" since Wizard of Oz is a very old film. Perfect 555s from me; it was really great to read.
Christie Marie M - May 28, 2009 - Report this comment
Hilarious song, Bro! Take 555's, Bro!
TJC - May 28, 2009 - Report this comment
Thanks all...
Id hyper-appreciates the v & c, can't wait for more...
Super-ego thinks, "Well, it was a light day and they were probably bored n' in a giving mood..."!
Hamlet - May 29, 2009 - Report this comment
Internal dialogues? Methinks meknows a thing or two about that, forsooth....

Switch title: TJC makes fine impression;
Whether 'tis nobler in the mind to stuff 'er
The stingy arrow (What outrageous fortune!
Or raise alarms against wee-wee's wee nubbles
Gender opposing: bend him. To lie, like creep --
How poor! -- and be a creep, and, say, pretend
A hard stake, and a thousand pounds of rocks
That flash, 'neath thereto. To lie; how cheap!
For deep, perchance maid gleam; ay, there she rub
For when we sleep together, screams may come
When she has sloughed it off, this poor lil' coilBR> And gives guffaws. There's no respect
To make by cramming in stuff, such long pipe
For who would bare the "whip" so scorned; the crime -
Th' possessor's wrong; the proud man's detume-ly
he wang of despised love, because, betray --
The impotence to or'fice, and the spurns
So patent, merit, for his earthy fakes
When he himself might his coitus make
With a bare mann'kin? Who would, fertile, bear
To grunt and sweat with man appearing rife
But that in bed, finds someone hooked on meth
Discovers his effront'ry; star, *not*: porn
No reveler returns; muzzles this swill,
And makes him rather bear the Willy, have
Then lie to others of "below" hot stuff
Thus Spanish Fly makes towers of the small
And thus ablative "two-inch" begs solution;
He's stickied o'er with a male cast he bought
And advertisers with great pitch, promote it
And disregard that FTC: awry
And promise dames much action. -- Soft, it, now!
She barely feel ya! -- Limp, just thy oralin's:
Remembered of poor-membered

Upon reflection, methinks me might as welleth posteth on the morrow... and thrice Fiveth thy creation!
Alas, poor cookie, I blew it well, poor may it show - May 29, 2009 - Report this comment
Have spent too long in parody submission box at times, but this is a first: too long in "comment' box, and cookie expired, along with Hamlet and his original comments. Being not quite as dim-witted as Hamlet, had saved text version, but typos crept into the Paste-y Putting. Sorry. Good night, sweet Prince of Parody.
Peter Andersson - May 29, 2009 - Report this comment
Shouldn't a parody like this be submitted twice? ;-)
Oedipus Wrecks - May 29, 2009 - Report this comment
Hey, Id and Superego..... Leggo' my Ego!
WUFPAKGRL - May 29, 2009 - Report this comment
Would it be enough to say that this was PAINFUL but still hilarious?
Leo Keough - May 29, 2009 - Report this comment
After reading this I can't decide whether I'm overhung or hungover...555!!!
TJC - May 29, 2009 - Report this comment
Hamlet: I can only reprise my comment of... *tomorrow*!
OMG!!! (Octavius-isimo, MacBeth-tastic, Gloucester-riffic!)
I feel like Soliloqueen For A Day! (in the least poofy sense of the term, nat'churl-ly!)
Can't believe you pulled that off in an hour or so... had to be one of the longest comments ever, nearly achieving 1/3rd average TT footnote bytage!
This stingy arrow'd, gender opposing, detumessy, Spanish Fly guzzlin', poor-membered, despised-wang of a bare mann'kin thanks ewe from the bottom of his, er, part!
Yer tewe kind and TooToo much, my friend!

Cookie Monsed-her: They flit like rampart ghosts, do they not, sir?

Peter: Thanks and very funny, Cybil!

Oedipus Wrecks: Too funny, always the 'mediator'

WUFPAKGRL: Thanks... no pain, no reign!

Leo: Appreciate the spoonerwiticism! ... May have to switch to your Roth version now!

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