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Song Parodies -> "LubeHerChappedAndFrazzledLipsWithExtraVirginRichness"

Original Song Title:

"Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious"

Parody Song Title:

"LubeHerChappedAndFrazzledLipsWithExtraVirginRichness"

Parody Written by:

Leo Keough

The Lyrics

Oh, LubeHerChappedAndFrazzledLipsWithExtraVirginRichness
Even though it sounds a bit like something quite delicious
If you use it long enough, her kiss won't seem pernicious
LubeHerChappedAndFrazzledLipsWithExtraVirginRichness!

Hum fiddle fiddle fiddle hum fiddle, yikes!...

Because I am a bashful geek
When I am with my gal
I'd rather keep my tongue in cheek
Than scold my femme fatale
But then one day I learned a way
To ease my aches and pain -
The biggest blurb I'd ever blurt
Contained in this refrain:

Oh, LubeHerChappedAndFrazzledLipsWithExtraVirginRichness
Even though it sounds a bit like something quite delicious
If you use it long enough, her kiss won't seem pernicious
LubeHerChappedAndFrazzledLipsWithExtraVirginRichness!

Hum fiddle fiddle fiddle hum fiddle, why?...

I traversed o'er the cyberloop
And everywhere I'd search
The Google goop just made me droop
And left me in the lurch
Then hope was spawned, I came upon
A homemade recipe
I saw the secret words I'd need
To end my misery:

Oh, LubeHerChappedAndFrazzledLipsWithExtraVirginRichness
Even though it sounds a bit like something quite delicious
If you use it long enough, her kiss won't seem pernicious
LubeHerChappedAndFrazzledLipsWithExtraVirginRichness!

Hum fiddle fiddle fiddle hum fiddle, yeay!...

[Some verbiage about doing it backwords]

So when the scratch distracts your yen
There's no need to be roiled
Just summon up this tract and then
Apply some olive oil
But better use it sparingly
Or it may make you spin (for example...ah, yes)
One night as we were sharing glee
My gal said she's with twins! (Oh, and a lovely pair they'll be, too, ooh)

She LubedHerChappedAndFrazzledLipsWithExtraVirginRichness!
LubedHerChappedAndFrazzledLipsWithExtraVirginRichness
LubedHerChappedAndFrazzledLipsWithExtraVirginRichness
LubedHerChappedAndFrazzledLipsWithExtraVirginRichness!

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Timmy1000 - July 09, 2009 - Report this comment
Well done and nice twist at the end like the OS
Fiddlegirl - July 09, 2009 - Report this comment
Clever pacing and entertaining word choices in the verses! IMHO, I think the chorus might have flowed better if lines 2&3 rhymed with "richness", or 1&4 rhymed with "-ocious"... the vowel sounds are so different. But I loved the verses and the overall story!
Mark Scotti - July 09, 2009 - Report this comment
Delicious wordplay, my fav of the day!!
AFW - July 09, 2009 - Report this comment
Sexy, and funny...very of each
John Barry - July 09, 2009 - Report this comment
Title o' the day. Super.
alvin - July 10, 2009 - Report this comment
amazing bit of rhyming and great title switch
Leo Keough - July 11, 2009 - Report this comment
Thanks All!!!

...IMHO, words ending with '-icious' come a lot closer to rhyming with 'richness' than words ending with 'ocious'...The sources I checked showed they ('-icious' and 'richness') had the exact same vowel sounds.
Fiddlegirl - July 11, 2009 - Report this comment
Leo... egg on my face- which probably does nothing for chapped lips, although it is said to be quite good for hair. But I digress. I don't know what I was thinking about before, but of course it works beautifully. Mea culpa. :)
Phil Alexander - July 11, 2009 - Report this comment
:-)

...I would say more, but my lips are chapped and in need of some virgin richness. Or something like that.
Agrimorfee - July 16, 2009 - Report this comment
(ABC) Great and hilarious title, with a very unique theme. Picky authors like me would usually point out the chorus could have been changed here and there. But it's totally cool in this situation.
Guy - July 18, 2009 - Report this comment
(ABC05L)

This lends a whole new meaning to the phrase "a slip of the tongue" or should I say a lip of the tongue. A tongue in cheek should there you keep but only when making out. This parody is one of the "Big 7" - are you going to try to achieve "Big 7" status? Your writing is good enough for you to achieve "Big 7" status. I like this parody.
Below Average Dave - July 22, 2009 - Report this comment
This one was funny, but I have to say that with a song that repeats the chorus as much as this one does it kinda got repetitive, but more importantly to me, this song is always hard to read when people throw the words together like that in the lyrics. For the title yes, but when reading the lyrics, it makes it a little hard to follow against TOS. If people did that with say "Thnks fr th Mmrs" and removed the vowels in the lyrics, I'd go crazy, it's not how the lyrics read, it's only the title. . .anyway, I guess Agri would say I'm being picky, with the chorus thing, perhaps, but I felt some comedy was left on the table here. . .hope that's OK, it's not that I didn't find it funny, just on a song like this, it's like repeating a joke over and over. . .in less than 2 minutes. . .545, still a tough competitor and a good write.
bobpiecheese - July 23, 2009 - Report this comment
(ABC5) Ooookaaaay...that was kinda weird. In a good way, though. It's that appealing kind of odd that really grows on you. 555!
Stuart McArthur - July 23, 2009 - Report this comment
(ABC) ha - I was wondering where the hell you got the inspiration for this, then I realised you were syllable-matching the title-word, which is a neat trick with this OS - as others have said, not varying the choruses loses you some points with this OS because it's one of the Big 7 and therefore it's been done so well so many times (check out Spaff's "Esthermadge..." - nice read though - 555
Red Ant - July 23, 2009 - Report this comment
No one has pointed out all the extra rhymes you incorporated into the parody yet? Kudos for that. Re: the chorus, one is good - easy to remember, lol.
Invisible Boy - July 23, 2009 - Report this comment
For an OS that has been so many times, this was a fresh and unique approach. Bravo.
Jeff Reuben - July 23, 2009 - Report this comment
Great twist at the end, funny stuff!
Matthias - July 25, 2009 - Report this comment
I agree with Invisible Boy this song has been billions of times on Amiright as well as elsewhere but this one had an original topic so I got to hand it to you. This was a pretty great parody.

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