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Song Parodies -> "Bopping Heads Today"

Original Song Title:

"Things We Said Today"

Original Performer:

The Beatles

Parody Song Title:

"Bopping Heads Today"

Parody Written by:

Rick Duncan

The Lyrics

One thing I shoot for in all these Beatle parodies is variety. That means some are wierd, political or maybe not so funny.
I was watching sitcoms on my old T.V.
Suddenly three morons came on N.B.C.
Somehow all their antics
Made me lapse on my day of woe
Fondly I remember Larry, Curly, Moe

I sat there enjoying other people's pain
I saw them employing ancient gags again
Slapping oafish faces
Poking eyes in a slapstick way
Fondly I remember bopping heads today

Me I'm just a simple guy
Love to see the creamy pie plates fly
And though it seems inane
Makes me almost sane
And that's enough

To keep me watching
Every stupid show
Lumber in the crotch hurts
Larry, Curly, Moe
Somehow I was smiling
Giggling in a silly way
Fondly I remember bopping heads today

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Rod Worden - June 10, 2004 - Report this comment
Just cruisin thru the archives, Rick, and found this. Glad I did, made me laugh! Lumber in the crotch, lol!! Well done, 555 pies flying everywhere.

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