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Song Parodies -> "Copping A Feel On Heather"

Original Song Title:

"Strawberry Fields Forever"

Original Performer:

The Beatles

Parody Song Title:

"Copping A Feel On Heather"

Parody Written by:

Tommy Turtle

The Lyrics

This spin-off of "Goose Her On The Sly In Thigh Mound" was suggested by Red Ant in his comments there. Great idea -- DKTOS too well, so had to risk working from this Website OS lyric. Hope the result is worthy of the suggestion.
Let me take dress down, 'cause I'm trying to
Cop me a feel
But -- are they real?
If I could get her bra unsnapped...
Copping a feel on Heather

Kissing her freely with eyes closed;
In Braille I'm handling all I see
It's getting hard 'cause she's so hot that it might pop out,
Hope doesn't splatter much on me

Let me slip this down, 'cause I'm wanting to...
Cop me a feel
See if they're real
If I could get her boobies out...
Copping a feel on Heather

I'd love to nest up in her tree;
I'd like to feel her high or low
That is, I can't, you know, zoom in, 'cause it's so tight
(That is, the dress in which she's clad!)

Let me slide hand down, 'cause I'm itching to
Cop me a feel
They can't be real
So pert and proud, and how they pout
Copping a feel on Heather

Always, no sometimes, think it's she,
But you know, it's usually wet dream
I think her "No", it means a "Yes", but I'm all wrong
How much I wish that she'd agree

Fin'lly got it down, and I'm going to
Cop me a feel
Yowzah! They're real!!
And is she ever hung a lot!!!
Copping a feel on Heather
Copping a feel on Heather
Copping a feel on Heather


© 2007 Tommy Turtle.

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Matthias - January 12, 2007 - Report this comment
Wow, Heather must have been one "Hottie Rack...oon"
alvin rhodes - January 12, 2007 - Report this comment
ah, the thrill of conquest..5s
Yoidy - January 12, 2007 - Report this comment
Love the Hope doesn't splatter much line -- cracks me up. Or should I say, feels me up. 555!
Rex - January 12, 2007 - Report this comment
This parody ain't no bust. 555
Phil Alexander - January 12, 2007 - Report this comment
Congrats on squeezing this one past the censor, TT ;-)
AFW - January 12, 2007 - Report this comment
Heather sounds more like a Heathen...good job
Tommy Turtle - January 12, 2007 - Report this comment
Matthias, yeah, the going was a bit Rocky, but she was... thanks!
alvin rhodes, thanks... Yoidy :) thanks... Rex and AFW, good ones... thanks

Phil Alexander: Do you think it might have helped any that the idea came from one of the censor's henchmen/editors?? ... thanks :)

Red Ant, if/when you see this: When you gave me the idea, I DK that the name "Heather" had any significance other than as an approximate rhyme switch for "Forever"... I don't follow celebs' personal lives, which probably limits parodying somewhat -- I just write about what (little) I know about. So, Michael Pacholek's spin on this today is more topical and probably more what you had in mind, but I still had fun writing it... the switches were few and easy, which is the mark of a really good idea. Thanks, Jack :)
Red Ant - January 12, 2007 - Report this comment
I haven't read MP's parody yet, but this is what I had in mind, heh heh. I don't follow celeb stuff much either, and didn't realize until Spaff's "Heather Mills" that Heather was anything but a convenient rhyme here. I've had this title in my head for well over a year, I just never got around to making anything of it.

As for the opening comment and pacing this from a lyrics site: You did great here; the parody scanned perfectly.

I don't preview/approve/reject parodies, but this one is within the guidelines, BARE-ly (though perhaps below her, er, the belt).

As the old saying goes, don't sweat the petty things, pet the sweaty things. 5s.
PMS - January 14, 2007 - Report this comment
Oh my! I can't believe I missed this the first day up! I agree with Yoidy! That line had me LMAO.
Meriadoc - January 14, 2007 - Report this comment
After reading Michael's I thought this couldn't possibly beat it, but it's every bit as good! :-)
Tommy Turtle - January 15, 2007 - Report this comment
PMS, thanks... Meriadoc, thanks.

Red Ant: Thanks. (BARE-ly) :)... Anatomy lesson: This parody is above her belt. "Goose Her On The Sly In Thigh Mound" was about those lovely sweaty things below the belt. For further information, get a copy of Penthouse. ;-)

(Rare) serious note: I'm grateful for CensorGuy's latitude over the past year. I do try to use euphemisms, innuendo, and double entendre rather than explicit or obscene terminology, so that any meaning is in the mind of the reader.
Wendy Christopher - February 14, 2011 - Report this comment
ohhh-kay... I'm gonna leave now, 'cause I'm feeling a little bit like a peeping tom - but not before I give this parody a 555!
Tommy Turtle - February 14, 2011 - Report this comment
Wendy Christopher: You know about my prison record ??? [1]

(heh!) Hey, *feel* free (others, I charge ;) to watch -- in fact, how about a threesome? (Will *not* plug parody by that name.) ... Thanks for taking time to read and /vc these "oldies"!


[1] "Peeping Tom": http://www.amiright.com/parody/60s/littleanthonyandtheimperials0.shtml

Glen S - March 30, 2012 - Report this comment
I've been reading some of your more politically correct parodies, and the question strikes me: Did you ask Heather first? She's not sleeping, or unconscious, or DEAD is she?
Tommy Turtle - March 31, 2012 - Report this comment
Glen S: Of course not! What kind of a perv do you think I am, anyway? (DON"T ANSWER THAT! xD )

"I think her "No", it means a "Yes", but I'm all wrong
"How much I wish that she'd agree"

Were you never a teen-ager? Greco-Drunken wrestling, in the back seat? (sigh -- mammaries -- I mean, memories... of the way we were.... ) anyway, " I wish that she'd agree" still keeps this consensual. Thanks for v/c, and remember: This is all fiction. *Especially* the ones about sheep (who always do consent, which is why they're -- n/m. ;).

Anyway, please don't take this sub-genre literally. Political/social/economic critique, yes -- *very* serious. The rest - relax and enjoy. :)

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