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Song Parodies -> "Please Mr. Please"

Original Song Title:

"Please Please Me"

Original Performer:

The Beatles

Parody Song Title:

"Please Mr. Please"

Parody Written by:

Tommy Turtle

The Lyrics

PRESENTING: A *triple smoosh*! (A to B, B to C, C to A) ... Don't remember seeing one before, but with 70,000 songs in the archives, there's no way to check. So if you've done one, or know of one, please point us to it. Otherwise, this author modestly (cough) claims another AmIRight FirsTT! (have always wanted to try a three-way, anyway;)

OS video: (heighens the smoosh effect to play while read/sing) "Please Please Me".

Song being reworked: "Please Mr. Please".


Last night I said these words to cowboy:
"Please do not play that love song now, boy"
Oh, don't! Oh don't! Please say you won't!
I'm so alone! It makes me groan!
Please, please, do not play B-17

My man is gone; at jukebox: this guy:
"Please, don't play that; it makes me miss guy"
Don't play that song! Just run along!
My heart-ache: strong! He done me wrong!
Please, please, go away; song turns me green

I got good Kentucky whiskey
And, with friends, I'm feelin' frisky; Why start? (break my heart)
It was "our song", then it ended
Broken heart: not mended; I'm blue
Whoa Dude, "B-17", eschew!

Had I a dime: you: each time, think of
I'd be world's richest, or on brink of
You: gone; Me: sick! "I'm sor-ry", pic
Don't pick that, Slick! Anoth-er, quick!
Please please choose some song completely new
Not that, 'cause we are through
That song brings deja vu-u-u-u-u!

What all three had in common, of course; All three titles started with "Please". (What these twoolder smooshes had in common: both were about things that happened "last night".;)

Of course, all of you sharp AIReaders noticed what was *different* about them, too: One from the Motown Girl Groups, one from the British Fab Four, and one from Country-Western. ;)

© 2010 Tommy Turtle. All rights reserved. E-mail: tomm...@yahoo.com

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Old Man Ribber - October 12, 2010 - Report this comment
TT - Since this is a completely unprecedented and incredible triple smoosh, I'll spread my comments over all three...(continued in next song) ;D
TJC - October 12, 2010 - Report this comment
Wow! I'm trippin' on yer trippple entenways! Masterfully conceived n' concocted--so, can we get that boxcar full o' fives over here for Mr. Turtle *please*!!
2Eagle - October 12, 2010 - Report this comment
This looks like something the Unknown Votress might like.
Mark Scotti - October 12, 2010 - Report this comment
Part of a "triple play" that doen NOT get you OUT in any way. It does get you triple fives.
Andy Primus - October 12, 2010 - Report this comment
Well done - what's next? Yellow Submarine, Mellow Yellow & Tie a yellow ribbon?
Tommy Turtle - October 12, 2010 - Report this comment
Old Man Ribber: Accordingly, I'll spread my reply ... (cont' in next song) :-D

TJC: DK what an "entenway" is, but it *sounds* like something good, judging from context! Thanks for the boxcar! Or car box! Or carboxy... n/m, we could go all day with this. :)

2Eagle: No clue what that means -- explain, please? Surely it isn't a slam at LCC/UKV. Thanks for reading.

Mark Scotti: Spoken like a true baseball fan! Thanks, Mark!

Andy Primus: GMTA (Great minds think alike), although what had occurred was "Mellow Yellow" and "Have You Never Been Mellow"... not that they'll necessarily be done. Got two more smooshes - garden-variety, only two songs each -- ready for Wed. and Thur., and that might be enough smooshing for a while. (Or not, heh!) Thanks for v/c!
Melrose Please - October 12, 2010 - Report this comment
I kind of lost focus at the mention of Kentucky whiskey... but I managed to pull it together in time to finish reading and award 555. Let's drink to that! :)
Tommy Turtle - October 12, 2010 - Report this comment
Melrose Please: As TT once commented some years back, "Every time I saw Heather Locklear, my Mel rose". ;) , And yes, thank you, don't mind if I do. I'll drink to that. (hey, I'll drink to *anything!) .... Thanks for v/c (vision; cocktail). ;-D
Christie Marie M - October 12, 2010 - Report this comment
Had to listen to 3 OS' before listening, voting, or commenting. And re-listened to sing OS via your satires. A triple "Pleasing" play, if you ask me! Any Beatles songs really moves me well. Enjoyed this song lots. Olivia goes Beatles! Great job as always and 555.
John Barry - October 12, 2010 - Report this comment
A triple play--triple triple 5s!
Tommy Turtle - October 13, 2010 - Report this comment
Christie Marie M: Now, *that's* dedication! Thanks for all that listening and re-listening, and for v/c!

John Barry: Triple triple thanks!

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