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Song Parodies -> "Cinnamon-Swirl Colonic"

Original Song Title:

"Cinnamon Girl"

Original Performer:

Neil Young

Parody Song Title:

"Cinnamon-Swirl Colonic"

Parody Written by:

Paul Robinson

The Lyrics

Used to have a friend back in the 60's who would pop a couple "Reds" (the barbiturate, Seconal) and sing this Blues song called "Too Much Of A Good Thing (Ain't No Good At All)" and then play and sing the same chorus part for about 2 or 3 hours straight, thus proving the song's point. The same thing can happen with Sweet "Treats" you give yourself...
I wanna munch on a cinnamon swirl
And then I won't eat until later tonight
With a cinnamon swirl

I head down to Winchell's at one in the night
I'll stand at the counter, chomping down big bites
Of cinnamon swirl

Ten donut holes and a coffee to go
A buck-ten with tax as I savor the dough
Of my cinnamon swirl

I hang out at Winchell's most every night
I'm crammed full of sweets and I'm feelin' alright
Eatin' cinnamon swirls

Oh, I feel funny; now
it hurts; my tummy, Ow!
I'm gettin' stomach cramps
I hope that I don't soil my pants!
Gasp! Gasp! Gasp!

(Long, frantic instrumental jam as Neil tries not to crap on himself as he hurriedly "power-walks" home; knees totally straight so as not to lose his suddenly loose load)

Damn, it's sure runny
No, don't think it's funny
I dropped my load into my pants
Could not make home; I had no chance -
Bleah! Bleah! Bleah!

(Sounds of Neil trying to scrape his pants clean with yesterday's L.A. Times near the corner of Hollywood & Highland fading out to end)

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Red Neck Mother - April 01, 2004 - Report this comment
Great visual! LMFAO
Jan Unwin - April 01, 2004 - Report this comment
Great! And by the way, Happy Birthday!!
Johnny D - April 01, 2004 - Report this comment
Happy Birthday - here - blow out these 555 candles, "Old Man" !
Paul Robinson - April 01, 2004 - Report this comment
RN Mother, Jan & Johnny D - Thank you all very much! You know this is the only place on earth where I even MENTION my birth day unless prompted( Except the last job I had, clever folks there, too). I know if I get a quip back here it'll be worth hearing...don't find that happening on the "outside" world (non-parody writing persons).
Rick D - April 01, 2004 - Report this comment
See? Not too much like mine and still good.
Adagio - April 01, 2004 - Report this comment
Hehehe! I loved the 'power-walk with knees totally straight'. I cracked up 5's Hahahehehehe.....
alvin rhodes - April 01, 2004 - Report this comment
food for thought...5s to you, paul
MrMacphisto - April 01, 2004 - Report this comment
Good song... This is my second favorite Neil Young song, with "Keep on Rockin' in the Free World" as my favorite. Cinnamon swirl... heh... Considering Neil, maybe this was a double entendre for this song....
Paul Robinson - April 01, 2004 - Report this comment
Rick D - THANKS! (thought I posted that exact comment back a few hours ago? Must not have clicked to "submit"? Adagio, that's the type of device I picked up from one our the site's more prolific writers, the ever-clever Rick D. - glad you liked the "twist" on this dough-ler-ious number. Alvin, thanks, Macphisto, thank you. I've been looking at some of Mr. Young's early works lately to see what I might be able to do with them. They're very adaptable to parody from what I see and you can have a bit of fun with them, too.
Jack Wilson - April 02, 2004 - Report this comment
555! Great job! 555 brithday candles ( Happy Birthday!) or belated birthday I should say
Paul Robinsonq - April 02, 2004 - Report this comment
Jack, Thanks again. Appreciate your support.
Mari D - April 02, 2004 - Report this comment
I'm cracking up while visualizing Neil doing all that! You're not all thumbs, after all. I've not been around the site much lately (and am looking forward to catching your last few parodies later) but wanted to wish you a happy BD in order to help the celebrating last a bit longer!
Paul Robinson - April 02, 2004 - Report this comment
Mari D - Thanks - you know using that type of "device" instead of just saying "instrumental" is something I picked up reading Rick's stuff over the month's I been over here. They are times when it really works (especially when someone's about to launch into a long, overblown guitar solo). I DIDN't put that in my parody of Young's "Cowgirl In the Sand" (Hell, This Cat Food Is Too Bland")but when I heard the song played on the FM while I was up North I was picturing this ticked off cat going thru all those gyrations and wailing guitar sounds in his head and stomach while wishing he had some good eats in his plate. I couldn't stop laughing.

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