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Song Parodies -> "Tony The Pony"

Original Song Title:

"Only The Lonely"

Original Performer:

Roy Orbison

Parody Song Title:

"Tony The Pony"

Parody Written by:

Kristof Robertson

The Lyrics

I've been thinking seriously about branching out into childrens songs. This is my first attempt...whaddya think?
Clip-clop-clip-cloppy doo wah
Ooh neigh-neigh-neigh-yeah
Go To-oh-oh-ny wah
Tony the Pony....

Tony the Pony (Clip-clop-clip-cloppy doo wah)
Liked to take small kids for rides (Ooh neigh-neigh-neigh-yeah)
Tony the Pony (Clip-clop-clip-cloppy doo wah)
Worked down by the seaside (Trot-trot-trot-whinny doo wah)

Tony was frisky
Tony was smart
But one day, Tony's
World fell apart...

Poor Tony the Pony
No stud
A dud
Tony the Pony

Chub-chub-chub-chubby doo wah
Old neigh-neigh-neigh yeah
Slow-oh-oh-oh wah
Tony the Pony

Tony the Pony
Knew he ate far too much hay
Tony the Pony
Could no longer pay his way

Here comes the endgame
Oh, what a waste
When Tone became
Wallpaper paste
A sticky fate...doff your caps to the late
Tony the Pony

Glug-glug-glug-slurpy doo wah...

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Pacing: 5.0
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Overall Rating: 5.0

Total Votes: 9

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AFW - June 28, 2005 - Report this comment
LOL...Poor Tony..I liked, "No stud, a dud", I guess Tony the pony couldn't get bony.
alvin rhodes - June 28, 2005 - Report this comment
fun to sing along to...5s
Paul Robinson - June 28, 2005 - Report this comment
Sounds like Tony the Pony needed some Horsey Viagra - 5's ~ ~ ~
Rick C - June 28, 2005 - Report this comment
You're a sick, funny man! 5s of course.
Kristof Robertson - June 28, 2005 - Report this comment
AFW: It's sad...the mare's name was Joanie...

Alvin: If you've got kids, sing 'em to sleep with this...;-)

Paul: And a visit to Weight Watchers..;-)

Rick: From you, my man, that's the highest compliment! :-)
Johnny D - June 28, 2005 - Report this comment
That is so poignantly cute!
Red Ant - June 28, 2005 - Report this comment
What do you mean 1st attempt Kristof? Wasn't "You F'n O's" a childrens song?=) DKTOS, so I can't vote this but there is so much $$$ to be made in this area.
Michael Pacholek - June 28, 2005 - Report this comment
Kristof: You've been to the website for this horse, what a shame. It felt to good read about his pain. As for the mare's name being Joanie, maybe it would've been better if Tony's name was Chachi. All in all, this one was very thoroughly bred. Paul: Stereotypically, horses don't need it. There is, after all, the phrase "hung like a horse." Not to be confused with a scene in "Blazing Saddles," however. Ant: You don't know this Orbison classic? Good grief, do I have to give you another oldies lecture?
Stuart McArthur - June 29, 2005 - Report this comment
I've forwarded this to The Wiggles, Kristof - they could all wear sunglasses and really do this justice - hilarious with the "Clip-clop-clip-cloppy doo wah"s - made me LOL - 555
pickle - June 30, 2005 - Report this comment
Poor Tony!
Wendy Christopher - November 02, 2007 - Report this comment
Awwww.....poor old Tone! I guess this means you couldn't do a sequel - Tony and Joanie...? 555!

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