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Song Parodies -> "Goose Her On The Sly In Thigh Mound"

Original Song Title:

"Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds"

Original Performer:

The Beatles

Parody Song Title:

"Goose Her On The Sly In Thigh Mound"

Parody Written by:

Tommy Turtle

The Lyrics

Stupid OS lyrics here.
Picture show starts as the theater darkens
Both watching the screen in innocent guise
Hand under skirt slides up ever so slowly
To mound at the top of her thighs

Diophane panties on soft velveteen
Quivering under your hand
Feeling the girl with the curvaceous thighs
And she's come

Goose her on the sly in thigh mound (thigh mound)
Goose her on the sly in thigh mound (thigh mound)
Goose her on the sly in thigh mound (thigh mound)
Ahhhh..... Ahhhhh....

Afterward, seated in haute cuisine rest'rant
Where white-jacket waiters are flaming gay guys
Try not to smile at her hand 'neath the table
You'd better disguise glassy eyes

Manicured fingernails brushing your leg
Taking your breathing away
Softly caresses your head 'midst the crowds
And you've come

Squeeze me on the sly with fly down (fly down)
Squeeze me on the sly with fly down (fly down)
Squeeze me on the sly with fly down (fly down)
Ahhhh..... Ahhhhh....

Picture you both sitting there by the dugout
At baseball's World Series in eighth-inning tie
Sneak under blanket and start sexy snug-out
While umpire calls balls nearby

Nookie on the sly on diamond (diamond)
Nookie on the sly on diamond (diamond)
Nookie on the sly on diamond (diamond)

(repeat until you fade)



© 2007 Tommy "Tommy in the Sea With Shell On" Turtle.

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alvin rhodes - January 09, 2007 - Report this comment
great concept..5s plus
Matthias - January 09, 2007 - Report this comment
Great........ "job".......... 5's
Tommy Turtle - January 09, 2007 - Report this comment
alvin rhodes, thanks... Matthias, thanks for the "hand".
PMS - January 09, 2007 - Report this comment
I gotta hand it to ya
Kristof Robertson - January 09, 2007 - Report this comment
Cheeky and VERY rude, but wonderfully fun. Top 5's here!
Meriadoc - January 09, 2007 - Report this comment
I knew it! Ddn't you see Pach at the next table, wondering why his mayonnaise tasted funny...? ;-D
Tommy Turtle - January 09, 2007 - Report this comment
PMS, thanks :)

Kristof Robertson, that was the idea :) ... long time no see; nice ta see ya agin... and the well-deserved ass-chewing that ya gave me 11 months ago here: www.amiright.com/parody/60s/julieandrewsmarypoppins14.shtml
was duly reflected (I hope) in the next attempt at that OS posted yesterday, 8 Jan.... thanks for advice, votes, and comments.

Meriadoc, yes.... RFLMAO!!! ;-D .... thanks!
Red Ant - January 09, 2007 - Report this comment
Maybe you could go extra innings with this theme by doing "Coppin' A Feel On Heather" to "Strawberry Fields Forever".

Continuing our conversation on lyrics sites, their dubious accuracy, and my making correct lyrics: I've thought about it, and decided it's not worth the effort for several reasons. One, the only people that I can see needing 100% accurate lyrics are those who karaoke and parodists - quite a small audience in the grand scheme of things. Two, even if I did such a thing, formatting of parodies is unique (and perhaps personal - it is with me) to every author, and trying to follow a parody with d/l lyrics alone wouldn't really work. Many have mentioned this before, and it's why I almost never include lyrics links anymore in my parodies. Three, and final, it's my opinion that relying on lyrics sites alone is never a good idea, no matter how accurate they may be. Listening to songs is the way I get 95% of my ideas anyway, 'Net lyrics are only a starting point for me. Basically, they save me from having to transcribe most of the song by ear. I never take for granted that they are complete or accurate, and IMHO they are in no way superior, or a valid substitution to listening to TOS.
Red Ant - January 09, 2007 - Report this comment
TT, there is another option: instead of making your own site with lyrics, you can list your "completed lyrics" on inthe00s.com in the song lyrics section. I did this in 2005 for my St. Anguish album since all d/l lyrics badly sucked, and most songs were going to be DKTOS. Here is the thread:

www.inthe00s.com/index.php?topic=13736.0
Kristof Robertson - January 10, 2007 - Report this comment
Tommy: yoiks! They say elephants have long memories, but obviously turtles have longer ones! I'll have a look at your 8 Jan posting.
Tommy Turtle - January 10, 2007 - Report this comment
Red Ant: Cool idea! You can do it... Lyrics discussion continued at "Bought a Dog".

Kristof Robertson: Some days I can't remember where I left my car keys, my checkbook, or my head, but I did learn something from your comment and told myself that if I ever did Supercal again, I'd do it accordingly. Turtles are slow, but they do learn.
Michael Pacholek - January 11, 2007 - Report this comment
Swell, Merry just signed me up for "American Pie 4." It took me this long to respond because I really was sick. I had symptoms that ruled out food poisoning, so it was probably the flu, which means the mayonnaise was innocent. Nevertheless, I will GET you for that, you filthy-minded little hobbit! It will be with humor but without mercy! As for this parody... This was great, except... Face it, if you're watching the World Series and the game is tied in the 8th inning, you're only worried about the players, not yourself, getting to first base, second base, third base, and scoring. Unless you're Alex Rodriguez, in which case you're wondering, "What's a World Series?"
Tommy Turtle - January 11, 2007 - Report this comment
Michael Pacholek: (lol) "Humor and no mercy" is fine -- bring it on! :)

Red Ant: Great idea. Done. "Heather" should be up Friday 12 Jan. Thanks. "extra innings heh heh :)

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