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Song Parodies -> "They Blew A Quick One"

Original Song Title:

"Waltzing Matilda"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Rolf Harris

Parody Song Title:

"They Blew A Quick One"

Parody Written by:

Jan-UK

The Lyrics

Always check for CCTV....
Spoken
Blowing A Quick One is a song about a specialist entertainer I guess you'd call him. He throws many celebrity parties and frequently, "innocently" appears wrapped up in just a small hand towel which he ties in the front with an old piece of washing line. He is very fond of sharing a didgeridoo he found under the bubbles in his outdoor Jacuzzi and whilst he's not very good at blowing this himself he is very keen on having others do it for him, this is where we find him... rehearsing, surrounded by a few of his "groupies" and forgetting that the club has CCTV, that's enough lets get on with the song.

Once an entertainer, camped it when he sang-a-song
Under the table with the beer, was he
And he sang as he swivelled and waited for the crowds to scream
Come blow my didg-eri-doo mates for me

Come blow a quick one, come blow a quick one
Come blow my didg-eri-doo mates for me
And he smiled as he watched her blowing on his didgeridoo
She blew - then we watched on CCTV

Then up jumped a groupie, screaming while he sang-a-song
Down jumped the singer and grabbed her with glee
And he sang as he shoved his didgeri in her puckered lips
Come blow my didg-eri-doo fan, for me

Come blow a quick one, come blow a quick one
Come blow my didg-eri-doo fans, for me
And he smiled as he watched her blowing on his didgeridoo
She blew while we watched on CCTV

Then down slid poor groupie, still clamped upon his didgeridoo
Slid down the stage steps - one, two, three
Right where they had polished and buffed up the shiny stage
Still blowing a quick one for all to see

Come blow a quick one, come blow a quick one
Come blow my didg-eri-doo fans, for me
And he watched as she blew a quick tune on his didgeridoo
She blew then we watched on CCTV

(the lighting lowers.... music slowing slightly and sung as a mournful lament...)

Grabbed another groupie to blow upon his digeridoo
You'll never take me alive wailed HE
And the tape may be seen if you drink inside this "special club"
You will be charged, nothing this good's for free

They blew a quick one, they blew a quick one
All of the doormen - they watched it with me
And the tape can be seen if you drink with us inside this club
Of course, you'll be charged, nothing this good's for free

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Jan Hayes - May 02, 2004 - Report this comment
If anyone decides to "record this" ... please post a message as I'd really like to hear it done.... x Jan

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