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Song Parodies -> "Goodnight Eileen"

Original Song Title:

"Goodnight Irene"

Original Performer:

Peter Paul and Mary

Parody Song Title:

"Goodnight Eileen"

Parody Written by:

Airfarcewon

The Lyrics

Eileen, great night, Eileen..Eileen, great night!
Great night, Eileen, we're tight, Eileen..
I lean a lot toward you..

Last Saturday night, I got lucky
Me and Eileen bedded down
We swallowed port wine and mudslides,
To my apartment, took a stroll, from downtown

Eileen, great night, Eileen..Eileen, great night!
Great night, Eileen, just right, Eileen..
I lean a lot toward you..

Sometimes we drink in the country
Sometimes we drink in town
Sometimes we guzzle an ocean,
Enough..to make an old sperm whale drown

Eileen, great night, Eileen..Eileen, great night!
Great night, Eileen, soft bite, Eileen..
I lean a lot toward you..

Rumblin'..had bed rumblin'
You flew me just like a kite
Forgot 'bout my wife, and the family
You fired my inside right..

Eileen, great night, Eileen..Eileen, great night!
Great night, Eileen, delight, Eileen..
I lean a lot toward you..

Eileen, great night, Eileen..Eileen, great night!
Great night, Eileen, sweet sight, Eileen..
I lean a lot toward you..

I lean a lot toward you..

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Guy - September 10, 2009 - Report this comment
I lean towards givin' ya 5's there Farce.

Funny true story.

When I was in Japan a frien of mine had twin daughters. One was named Eileen and the other was named Irene. To the Japanese ear the "R" sound and the "L" sound cannot be differenciated - it's just the way their language works. They thought my friend was a "Henna Gai Jin" (Strange Foreign Person) for naming his daughters with the same first name. They thought as they said, is this the American system? The only way you could fix their thoughts on the matter was to write the names down. They still said henna gai jin even after reading the names. Too funny.

Great title switch which gets automatic 5s. Very clever verbage and idea flowing here.
John Barry - September 10, 2009 - Report this comment
AFW, you're a lean 'leen parody machine.
Timmy1000 - September 10, 2009 - Report this comment
Another laugher - really liked the "guzzle an ocean" line.
Old Man Ribber - September 10, 2009 - Report this comment
That f-ing Eileen again! Nice job ;D
LittleCUPcakes - September 10, 2009 - Report this comment
very nice Write Sir L'air de Farce, Duke oEdge very SatryEsque,my Lord !
alvin - September 10, 2009 - Report this comment
love the sperm whale line
Fiddlegirl - September 10, 2009 - Report this comment
Always clever... Eileen/ I lean :D
Christie Marie M - September 10, 2009 - Report this comment
Clever use of song and title play! 555's!
blackjack21 - September 10, 2009 - Report this comment
You are a lean mean parody machine.
AFW - September 10, 2009 - Report this comment
Thanks to all for V and C

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