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Song Parodies -> "All Their Loving, They Will Send To The Bachelor"

Original Song Title:

"All My Loving"

Original Performer:

The Beatles

Parody Song Title:

"All Their Loving, They Will Send To The Bachelor"

Parody Written by:

Stuart McArthur

The Lyrics

Beatles/RealityTV Challenge: What's a handsome charming chiselled bachelor to do? They just keep throwing themselves at me.
Close your eyes and I’ll kiss you
Tomorrow dismiss you
Remember it’s only TV
And when YOU’RE sent away
I've got more girls to play
who’ll send all their loving to me

I’ll pretend to be friendly
with each girl they send me
and then I’ll move in for a kiss
If she don’t beg for more
then it’s cutting-room floor
she'll soon get typecast as the “bitch”

All their loving, they will send to me
All their loving, unreservedly

There’s this one girl I dated
we got quite X-rated
She’s odds-on to beat the last two.
I’ll think hard for a while,
then to Camera 3 I’ll
look sad and say “No rose for you!”

All their loving, they all sent to me
All their loving, on prime time TV
All their loving
All their loving, ooo-oo
All their loving, unashamedly

...and I'm not using the "irreconcilable differences but we'll remain friends" line about my betrothed until I get a bonk

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Agrimorfee - February 28, 2018 - Report this comment
That's the show in a nutshell. Excellent.
Peregrin - February 28, 2018 - Report this comment
I have only seen the adverts for this show. Mercifully. I also think you have captured the essence of the show. No, scratch that - you captured the entire show. Particularly like the ending of the second verse. Though, Stu - are you sure we aren't talking about you in this song? You sly devil :)
Matthias - February 28, 2018 - Report this comment
Great to see you back again! It's been far too long since I've got to read one of your parodies! It's just like old times seeing you all make a comeback like this. Hopefully we can get even more people involved in the future! Thanks for inspiring us and creating this family reunion!
Dave W. - February 28, 2018 - Report this comment
A resurgence of the masters to our eyes delight
Claude Prez - February 28, 2018 - Report this comment
Great song for this topic and you nailed it. Especially loved the last verse; the "I'll/while" rhyme and "look sad" hahahaha
Peter Andersson - March 01, 2018 - Report this comment
No lines to send home here, but "If she don’t beg for more, then it’s cutting-room floor" was sure a cut above the rest.
TJC - March 01, 2018 - Report this comment
In the 'most dramatic parody ever' you skewered the show perfectly! Though they were all spot on, I ditto Peter's choice of top lines. Great to see top notch work again!
Kristof Robertson - March 01, 2018 - Report this comment
Ouch! No pulled punches with this masterful effort, Stu. I’ll confess I’ve not watched one minute of The Batchelor (and never will) but you’ve given me a brilliant insight. Fave line: “There’s this one girl....beat the last two”, but the whole shebang was magnificent. 5s
Jeff Reuben - March 01, 2018 - Report this comment
Bachelor is the one I've got caught on. It's as awful as you think, but quality tv time with my wife after my 2 year old is asleep! Well portrayed here. This one was very real for me.
Stuart McArthur - March 02, 2018 - Report this comment
Thanks Ag :)

Not me Pippin - sadly I missed this calling by about, ooh, a generation or two

Thanks Matty! Yes it's great the way it just took off. And here we all are. It's like we never left. Er, well, maybe not.

Hi Dave - thanks for the read

It's kind of inspiring that there are people of like mind somewhere else on this earth, Claude - my favourite bit of this was the I'll/while rhyme and I can tell you, everyone I know in my home city would not have a clue why the hell that would be

Thanks K1!

Thanks TJC - good to reconnect

Ah, that was my second favourite bit Kristof, but then it's a very short piece - must try to put the hard yards in next time, like you did with your brilliant Sergeant Pepper.

I've watched it too, Jeff, but it truly is awful isn't it? How many ways can they say "I think I can see a future with this girl"?
John Jenkins - March 02, 2018 - Report this comment
It is all very well written, but the penultimate verse really stands out for me.
Meriadoc - March 02, 2018 - Report this comment
Another good one Stu. I liked the first couplet the best.
Spaff.com - March 04, 2018 - Report this comment
I asked Led Zeppelin what it's fun to do again on Amiright, and they said Boogie With Stu. You've still got it, bro, up to and including the postscript.
Stuart McArthur - March 05, 2018 - Report this comment
Thanks JJ

Ta Merry!

Thanks Spaff. Now, given I've already done McArthur's Fart, I guess Boogie With Stu must think it's chopped liver. Must get to work so as not to offend. Hope you're joining in all our monthly forays Spaff.

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