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Song Parodies -> "Come Together (Misheard Edition)"

Original Song Title:

"Come Together"

Original Performer:

The Beatles

Parody Song Title:

"Come Together (Misheard Edition)"

Parody Written by:

2:49 AM

The Lyrics

Yes, I'm doing another misheard parody (my third one to date, but it's fun. My other two are of Living in America, which was also my first parody, and of Bohemian Rhapsody.) I was urged to do this while looking through the misheard lyrics and thought "Wow! These are funny!" So here you have it. If I couldn't find a misheard equivalent, I stuck something. Please comment.
He come old black top
He came movin' up stoley
He got ju-ju pie ball
He drinks Holy water
He got feet down to his knee
Likes to wear a choker
He don't do what he needs.

He went to Shoe Side*
He got Georgia football
He got mockin' finger
He shoot Coat-and-Collar*
He say "I not you, you not me"*
One thing I can tell you is you got to eat cheese*
Come together, right now, bozo wheat

He bad production,
He got Morris Gumboot
He got Ono psycho
He likes spinal crackers
He got feet down below his feet*
Hold you in his entree, you can feel his disease.
Come together, right now, bozo wheat.

(White! Dumb, oh, dumb, dumb, dumb.)

He rode the coaster,
He got marijuana, she wants mojo filter
He say "Water, water, water's free"
Got to be book readin' cos he's so hard to read*
Come together, right now, bozo wheat.

Got no leather*
Yeah, got no leather*
Yeah, got no leather*
Yeah, got no leather*
Yeah, got no leather*
Yeah, got no leather*
Yeah, got no leather
Yeah, d'oh*
Got no leather*
Yeah, got no leather*
*Made up.

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Pacing: 5.0
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Overall Rating: 5.0

Total Votes: 6

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Michael Pacholek - July 25, 2007 - Report this comment
"Ono psycho"? I'm not gonna be the only one who thinks "I love it!" Did you hear "Sopranos" creator David Chase the other day? Someone asked him what the final scene really meant, and he said, "Here's another clue for you all: The Walrus was Paulie." As in Walnuts, not McCartney. The Beatles will never leave us, but neither will some of their fans who don't quite get it, roughly equivalent to those fans who believe Elvis (who will also never leave us) is still walking the Earth.
Ann Hammond - July 25, 2007 - Report this comment
Jonathan - July 27, 2007 - Report this comment
ha ha ha! 5's you and I speak the same mind about misheard lyrics parodies being funny infact I did a misheard lyrics parody quite sometime back called "We Are Misheard" instead of Queen's "We Are The Champions" if you could please check it out and comment on what you think of it it should be somewhere on Queen's page thank you
2:49 AM to Jonathan - July 28, 2007 - Report this comment
We Are Misheard was great! I 555ed it.
Red Ant - July 28, 2007 - Report this comment
Aside from one missed line in the 4th verse, this was excellent. I love misheard lyrics parodies, and wish I had done this one. 555

I try not to plug myself too much, but I figure you might get a kick out of some other songs done to misheard themes:

PS: Check YouTube for some really great misheard lyrics videos (not by me). If you know Pearl Jam songs, you will be howling.
Jonathan to 2:49 AM - July 29, 2007 - Report this comment
thanks I hope you do more of these misheard parodies soon they are great!

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