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Song Parodies -> "Nerd Warning, Nerd Warning"

Original Song Title:

"Good Morning, Good Morning"

Original Performer:

The Beatles

Parody Song Title:

"Nerd Warning, Nerd Warning"

Parody Written by:

The Comedian

The Lyrics

No way this dude will get a life
All his time's spent

Learning to say "Qa'-Plah" like a proud Kling-on gent

Nothing to do but watch the tube
He's got
Nothing to say 'cept "Trek's O.K.!"


Going to school, don't want to go, feeling sleepy
'Til morning's light, Star Trek all night, kind of creepy

Everybody knows just what he's doing
Everyone said "Oh his life's a ruin!"

All the school day he was half asleep
Now he's on his own, he's fifty-three


After a while he starts to smile
Now he feels cool

Then he decides to take a walk
By his old school

But he's not changed
He's still the same

He's got no life today,
So people say -


"Re-runs coming on, it's five-o'clock!"
"T'Pring will pick Ston, when Spock's amok!"

All Star Trek fans run home to see
Spock run amok when he's horn-y

Most Trekkies claim to hear the lines, in their mind's ear
Watching the show, and now they know, all its words here

Grow up, and be, adult and free,
Or forever you'll be, a Star Trekkie!


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Pacing: 5.0
How Funny: 4.7
Overall Rating: 4.9

Total Votes: 7

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 2   0
 3   0
 4   0
 5   7

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Adagio - March 08, 2005 - Report this comment
Law, sure have a lot of parodies submitted today!! Most of them I DKTOS, but I 5'd this anyway...know your pacing.
Agrimorfee - March 08, 2005 - Report this comment
And this one will have sound FX of the Trek universe monsters as it fades out--Tribbles, being eaten by something, then something else...
Rex - March 08, 2005 - Report this comment
You have achieved ISTPIC: Infinite Star Trek Parodies in Infinite Combinations. And I enjoy them all.
alvin rhodes - March 08, 2005 - Report this comment
good song here...good song here..GOOD !
Kristof Robertson - March 08, 2005 - Report this comment
Johnny, I gotta ask...has a Star Trek nerd shafted you in some way recently? :-) Nerd Warning...I'm gonna be singing that to myself tomorrow...555
John Barry - March 08, 2005 - Report this comment
Sweet suite.
Johnny D - March 08, 2005 - Report this comment
Thanks Adagio, Agrimorfee, Rex, Alvin, Kristof, and John.
Stuart McArthur - March 09, 2005 - Report this comment
hee hee hee - 555
Red Ant - March 09, 2005 - Report this comment
Yes , that 534 you got was from me. DKTOS, so I went 5 on pacing because 5 others who know this song did. The 3 on funny is that while I have given 555 on both the pro and con ST parodies, not every ST fan is like that. Yes I watch ST, not every day, and not for all the technical reasons either ( and especially in TNG they use the holodeck/deflector dish/timetravel and other technobabble way too much ). But ST is not just about that, it's about hoping for a better future, world at peace, etc., which even non-nerds usually wish for. May be a pipe dream, but dreams are for me sometimes some of the oddest experiences I've ever had. No, I don't speak Klingon ( but was going to try to do a parody in Klingon about something for the "nerds" who do speak it ), and I have never even considered going to a convention. Overal good though, I hate to not give 555 sometimes, but I don't get them either, and this is by no means retaliation for anything you may have rated me, because if it were I would have simply 111 and left no comment. Christ, what a waste of time this has been, but atleast it gave me something to do as I have horrible insomnia ( and not from watching ST all day or from withdrawal symptoms ).
Johnny D - March 09, 2005 - Report this comment
Thank you, Stuart.

Thank you, too, Red Ant.

And...Red Ant...I will have you know that you might possibly have mis-judged me terribly, my friend, for two very important reasons:

(1) Personally, I LOVE Star Trek in ALL its forms...always have...always will...I myself AM a "Star Trek Geek", Red Ant --- and I can prove it --- I attended a Star Trek Convention in Boston dressed in-costume as one of The Lawgivers Of Landru from TOS episode "The Return of The Archons". Remember The Lawgivers? They pre-figured The Borg with their warning "You are not of the body. You will be ABSORBED." And my Lawgiver's costume got me into the final-round of competition in that Star Trek Convention's costume-contest ... I was beaten-out (how appropriate!) by Klingon sisters Lursa and Bator. And I did all of that when I was an adult in my 30's.

(2) Because I love everything Star Trek so much, and because I am a theatrically-minded individual (see my AmiRight Authors' page "bio") who takes reality with a measure of imagination and playfulness, I enjoy making fun of myself and Star Trek --- that's called having a good sense of humor about oneself and one's interests and one's hobbies, and not being afraid to poke fun at oneself and one's pastimes.

Finally, Red Ant, I hope you will sense that I tell you the truth when I say the following: I agree 100% with you that Star Trek is "...about hoping for a better future, world at peace, etc., which even non-nerds usually wish for..." ... and I, too, have had many, many dream-like experiences, which for me, too, "...are for me sometimes some of the oddest experiences I've ever had"......they can be food for thought when writing song parodies!

Peace and Long Life, and Live Long and Prosper, Red Ant.

Johnny D
Red Ant - March 09, 2005 - Report this comment
BTW, I haven't seen much of ST:TOS, only TNG, some DS9, little Voyager, and no enterprise. The part about the truth is very important to me and I do believe you believe you are a truthful person, as most liars would not go out of their way to say something just to one person. Sadly, my dreams are extremely bizarre, and if you took every hallucinogenic/delireant (spelling again?) substance in the hugest dose and multipled by a factor of WARP 10 ( which is impossible according to ST but broken in "All Good Things" when Capt. Beverly (Piccard) Crusher orders WARP 13.), you would probably get a reasonable accurate picture in my mind ( and I dont even do those things). Hope to see a response soon, and I am relatively new to this site and didn't know about accesing by authors.
Johnny D - March 09, 2005 - Report this comment
Red Ant, it's okay, no hard feelings! I see now you're a kindred spirit, indeed. My primary ST expertise (trivia-wise) is TOS, followed by TNG, DS9, Voyager, and Enterprise, pretty much in that order. The older I got, the less I watched, but the more I appreciated the theatrical details.

Don't feel bad about not guessing that my true intention all along was to lampoon myself, my own nerdiness, my own geekiness, and my own ST obsession...there's simply no way you could have known, so please forgive yourself and, as Surak said to Spock, "We shall speak no more of it."

Red Ant, if you are by nature a vivid dreamer, then you have a gift. A gift of visualization. If you practice remembering and writing-down your dreams, you will gradually enhance your ability to visualize vividly, in 3-D color, while awake --- a skill that boosts artistic creativity and overall intelligence.
Red Ant - March 09, 2005 - Report this comment
Thank you Johnny D, actually I do recall my dreams often even as bizarre as they are, and I don'y think I need much more intelligence ( perhaps a remedial spelling class though ), as most of what my better ideas I had blew up in my face ( and IN REAL LIFE ) on a few occasions). BTW, what the hell happened to my first comment? I know I saw it (submitted ) and admin couldn't have removed it THAT quickly, but I hope you atleast saw it atleast. Thank you Johnny D, I tend to be most harsh on myself, as I'm never satisfied unless I get it perfect, and peferction is an illusion ( like a beautiful holodeck woman) NERD WARNING on myself! Well glad everything is finally cleared up. It's hard for me to read myself sometimes, even harder for others, and nearly impossible over the 'net, but you have figured out quite a few things about me already. Indeed "We shall speak no more of it".
Johnny D - March 09, 2005 - Report this comment
Thanks, Red Ant! Great to make a new friend. And forgive me for my choice of words, please --- when I said " will gradually enhance your ability to visualize vividly, in 3-D color, while awake --- a skill that boosts artistic creativity and overall intelligence", I genuinely meant that in a helpful and positive way, since I myself am always interested in boosting my own creativity and intelligence --- for me personally there's always room for improvement! --- but in no way, shape, or form did I mean to suggest that you, Red Ant, need any improvement in either creativity or intelligence --- I apologize if my comment came across that way. Your in-depth and thoughtful comments have already shown you to be a person of deep feeling & intelligence indeed.
Red Ant - March 09, 2005 - Report this comment
No need to apologize, your comments did not come across that way. Thank you your your caring and astute observations of me. While I probably will never meet you in person, its great to make new friends especially for me as I had so few to begin with. BTW, I usually spell correctly but have been up over 32 hours now w/o sleep, but probably could look up words in the dictionary rather than a remedial spelling class. I see we have alot common already just from a few post exchanges, just different styles of parody. I like to do bands/songs that are hardly ever done ( matter of fact at least 6 of my 20+ songs are firsts, I'm not on the list yet, guess thats updated monthly ) and are either much more depressing than the original version, or are hopeful, toilet humor,new ideas( see my Rate Me ( the worst parody ever made))that I enetered today., entertained thoughts, and on a few occasions funny as hell. I've also had one huge bomb atleast as well. Anyway glad we cleared this up, lets talk more on this, maybe not on this post, but somewhere. Have a good day.
Michael Pacholek - March 09, 2005 - Report this comment
You dressed as a lawgiver from "The Return of the Archons"? Easy costume, just get a brown robe with a hood. Still, a very underrated episode. Must've been one of those allegory episodes where Roddenberry said, "I can't write THIS about 20th Century America, so I'll set my story on a far planet far into the future."
Johnny D - March 09, 2005 - Report this comment
Thanks Michael. Yes, I had a brown robe with a hood ... but the majorly cool thing about my get-up was my Lawgiver-weapon: a heavy cardboard tube, lined on the inside with aluminum foil, with a battery-powered strobe-light mounted at the back end (I kid you not), which was fired along with an ear-splitting 120 decibel battery-powered siren (I kid you not once again). Yes. I was a geek, am a geek, and will probably always be a geek. At least I'm a happy geek!
Red Ant - March 10, 2005 - Report this comment
I might add compassionate, understanding, and tolerant as well. :)

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