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Song Parodies -> "Melting Jack Frost"

Original Song Title:

"Jumping Jack Flash"

Original Performer:

Rolling Stones

Parody Song Title:

"Melting Jack Frost"

Parody Written by:

Peter Andersson a.k.a K1chyd

The Lyrics

After months and months of cold and dark and weary winter nights (and days) we Scandinavians tend to get a little bonkers when the first signs of spring finally arrive, hence this time of year you can here see such things as families gathering for a barbecue on the first hedgehog roadkill of the year, exhilarated kiddies jumping for joy in thawing dog poo, public transportations arriving on time more than once in a blue moon and park street flashers with wood-anemones under the foreskin instead of the warming sock over the private parts they need for the major part of the year. Well, maybe that last part is just me, but apart from that I tend to stay quite placid, unless of course you count this overwhelming urge I always have to do away with remaining neighbourhood snowmen if they have not melted away by themselves by the ides of April. Here's a song about that.

A YouTube version of the original song can currently be found here:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l_EnGOV_wuc
I first tried with a dead lighter in vain
Then I brought out something less mundane
And it's alight now, as long as I've gas
And I'll incite melting Jack Frost, and his cold, white ass

I've filled up my flame-thrower pack
I feel cool with it strapped right across my back
So it's all right now, as long as I've gas
And on tonight's melting Jack Frost, with a burning flash

This one's crowned with a beanie that once was red
When I'm done it'll be grey as ash instead
I laugh at the carrot there in his head
When I spray, in the flame still it'll be orange red
And it'll ignite now, an' burn in the gas
It's my spring rite, melting Jack Frost, on the backyard grass

Gone be Jack Frost - I forecast
Gone be Jack Frost - I forecast
Gone be Jack Frost - I forecast
Gone be Jack Frost - I forecast
Gone be Jack Frost - I forecast
Gone be Jack Frost - I forecast
© Peter Andersson.

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AFW - April 19, 2008 - Report this comment
Lol..funny idea..sort of "Ghostbusters On Ice"
Peregrin - April 19, 2008 - Report this comment
It doesn't take the onset of Spring to make me think of you as bonkers, Peter (in the nicest way) :). I enjoyed this one.
Meriadoc - April 19, 2008 - Report this comment
Weren't you in Geneva with Deep Purple in '73? ;-)
adagio - April 19, 2008 - Report this comment
I enjoyed this one too. Why was he melting everything? 5's
Ann Hammond - April 19, 2008 - Report this comment
cool or should I say hot?
Red Ant - April 20, 2008 - Report this comment
At first I was thinking "the first line doesn't scan at all", then I realized I was trying to sing this to "Paint It Black". Go Team Brain Fart! Anyway, great parody and imagery, Peter: I could see you torching the snowmen!

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