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Song Parodies -> "Who's Bill?"

Original Song Title:

"I Will"

Original Performer:

The Beatles

Parody Song Title:

"Who's Bill?"

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The Lyrics

from the album "White".
Bruce knows how long I've known Stu
Stu knows that I love Jill
Jill, I've known my entire lifetime
But no, I don't know Bill

George is no obscure fool
Simon has got some fame
Freddy is really flattered
And Di is still the same

Known June in leather and in feather
Known Pat, Jim, and Steve and Bart
Known Lyle, Heather--they I never will forget
I will not start
And I never forgot about dear kind Drew
And his half-brother Jer.
In a crowd I can find you
Got the ways to identify you

Maybe I won't be able to see through
The clouds that block me from
From remembering who's Bill
Who's Bill?
Copyright 1997, 1998 Agrimorfee

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Pacing: 5.0
How Funny: 4.0
Overall Rating: 4.0

Total Votes: 2

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2nz - January 11, 2004 - Report this comment
overlooking Pink Floyd, I guess I can understand if no one is familiar with them, but overlooking the Beatles? That's just not right.
Paul Robinson - January 12, 2004 - Report this comment
Agrimorfee, Wow, I think maybe it's too late because I don't get it at all. I'm going to look at it again tomorrow when I'm fresher, it's just past midnight now and I'm fading. Have another of yours written down to check out and will do next time on the site. Later.
Agrimorfee - January 12, 2004 - Report this comment
Sorry, Paul, there's really nothing to "get" in this song...:) Just see it as a stream-of-consciousness bit about a guy with a selective memory. This is one of those parodies I've written in a surreal, 'just make it rhyme and see what happens' kind of mode (see also "Rocket to The Moon")
Paul Robinson - January 12, 2004 - Report this comment
Agrimorfee, mean like just about any Steve Miller song after the album "Space Cowboy" & "My Dark Hour" were on (Now BEFORE that his songs were really a much more meaty portfolio; "Livin' in The USA", "My Friend", "Gangster of Love" (he mentioned that song title and "Space Cowboy" in the lyrics of "The Joker") and "Gangster" IS a good song -- short but part of a rockin' medley sort of side on the "Sailor" album (renamed in later releases and "Livin' in The USA"), "Dime-A-Dance Romance", "Go to Overdrive", "Song of Ancestors", and on. Well, OK, I GET it now. It don't mean DOODLY. OK, I can deal with that, sort of. I'm probably not gonna give it a high "funny", but some folks might - that's kind of real personal preference issue...Well, let me go up there and read it again.........................HEY, know what? It's not really bad there either....Umm...I'm gonna go "5-4-4" here. Now that the concept makes some sense to me it falls into place quite a bit bettter. Hmmm...Not gonna do too much here tonight, this No. California air has got me really lethargic. I'm not even smoking anything, honest...
Agrimorfee - November 29, 2005 - Report this comment
Paul's pre-wipe 544 vote restored.
Paul Robinson - November 30, 2005 - Report this comment
Hey, I'll go ahead and 2nd that

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