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Song Parodies -> "Ow, No More Rugby"

Original Song Title:

"Eleanor Rigby"

Original Performer:

The Beatles

Parody Song Title:

"Ow, No More Rugby"

Parody Written by:

Ethan Mawyer

The Lyrics

Never played rugby, don't plan on it
Ouch, think I've got a broken cheekbone
Ouch, think I've got a broken kneebone

Ow no more rugby
Pack on the ice since it hurts
I need medical aid
Because I played

Sprained my left elbow
Aching from pain
Since that beast
Shoved me down to the ground
I don't feel sound

All the hulking people
They truly caused me pain
All the bulky people
Won't bruise me once again

Screamed like a banshee
When I got mauled with the ball at
The end of the half
Everyone laughed

We don't get padding
Like in football or that game
That they play on the ice
It isn't nice

All the hulking people
They truly caused me pain
All the bulky people
Won't bruise me once again
Ouch, think I've got a broken cheekbone
Ouch, think I've got a broken kneebone

Ow no more rugby
Now I'll be perched
On a chair that's equipped with two wheels
Until I heal

Should've been fencing
Or any sport that has less
Taxing hospital costs
Maybe lacrosse

All the hulking people
They truly caused me pain
All the bulky people
Won't bruise me once again

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Michael Pacholek - November 14, 2005 - Report this comment
True story: The first time I ever visited the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York, there was a poster advertising a rugby match to be held the next day at Doubleday Field, the place when Abner Doubleday invented baseball. (At least, that's the Hall of Fame's story, and they're sticking to it.) I thought it was weird to play a football-type game on "the first baseball field." Apparently, somebody else thought it was weird, because the next day it poured, and the game was cancelled. I guess God is a baseball fan. But just a couple of months ago, there was an antiwar march in Washington, and when it ended, there was a rugby match played on the National Mall near the Washington Monument, apparently a regularly-scheduled game. I watched for about five minutes, then realized I had no idea how the game is played and couldn't tell who was playing well and who wasn't, and I left. But at least I didn't volunteer to play rugby to impress a British chick, like Ross on "Friends." We all know how THAT turned out. Oh, by the way, a very good -- make that a bloody good parody.
Dominic L. - November 14, 2005 - Report this comment
544, nice job
Agrimorfee - November 14, 2005 - Report this comment
This certainly isn't cricket! 555
Claude Prez - November 14, 2005 - Report this comment
"Maybe lacrosse" made me laugh. Great title sub, too. Well done.
MrMacphisto - November 14, 2005 - Report this comment
I feel your pain... and humor... 5-5-5
stuart mcarthur - November 14, 2005 - Report this comment
excellent - this is a hard OS to do, I reckon - 555
Peregrin - November 15, 2005 - Report this comment
V good Ethan, based on no practical experience :)

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