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Song Parodies -> "Street Where I Live"

Original Song Title:

"Street Where You LIve"

Original Performer:

My Fair Lady

Parody Song Title:

"Street Where I Live"

Parody Written by:

Jude Rodamer

The Lyrics

Ok, Charles....um...Sir....I'm giving this a shot. It came to me so easily, and I love it..and I want to share it. I leave it up to you. I guess it all comes to what "is" is. I hope the rest can see it. If they DO get to see it...here is what I would post for Top Comments: The song is "sung" by Bob of Sesame Street and the end part is "sung" by yours truly (except the part about living with Bob!)
I have often walked, down this street before,
With Maria, Mr. Hooper and Muppets galore.
And I can't say why, I think Big Bird's bi,
Things are queer on the street where I live.

I've caught Grover once, all gagged up and bound,
With a rubber ball in mouth, so he can't make a sound.
I've seen Piggy pour, chocolate sauce and more.
Things are strange on the street where I live.

And Oh, the really queer feeling,
Just to know, that it is all here.
And if Charles G. isn't reeling,
At this song, maybe, it will certainly appear.

I say "I don't care, let him censor me!"
"I'll write parodies on the street that they call Sesame!"
And if Big Bird's Bi, I will just say "Hi!"
And shack up with old Bob where he lives!

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Johnny D - January 01, 2004 - Report this comment
You have showed us how to get
How to get past
Censory Street!
Rick D - January 01, 2004 - Report this comment
This is exactly what Jude and I were discussing the last couple days. It's MUCH more fun to work within some restrictions and cleverly say what you want than just have a free -for -all. This is why magazines like Maxim are taking the market from Hustler.
Michael Pacholek - January 01, 2004 - Report this comment
That's one! One funny "Sesame Street" parody you have written! Ah-ah-ah! Of course, it's Ernie and Bert who have faced the most gay rumors. Not that there's anything wrong with that.
Jude Rodamer - January 01, 2004 - Report this comment
I'm shocked!! I NEVER thought that I would get this thru the censors! Makes me kind of wonder what constitutes "sex" to good ol' Mr. G. And, yes, Michael...just ONE so far. I will have to work tirelessly to write as many as you have.
Stray Pooch - January 02, 2004 - Report this comment
You've got to cut out the whoopie, Cut out the whoopie, Cut out the whoopie, got to keep it out of sight. You've got to cut out the whoopie, Cut it out!, Cut out the whoopie if ya wanna post on amiright! Good job, Jude!
Lucy Branston's Great-Granddaughter - May 07, 2006 - Report this comment
I really liked this - some parodies I find hard to sing without the music but this one I don't. Well done.

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