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Song Parodies -> "Spaff, Spaff"

Original Song Title:

"Laugh, Laugh"

Original Performer:

The Beau Brummels

Parody Song Title:

"Spaff, Spaff"

Parody Written by:

Paul Robinson

The Lyrics

I just wrote this tonight and was just about to post it when I checked to see if anyone else had done it. Ouch! Bob Gomez did the same song with the same parody title just about a year ago. However, my approach here is from a different perspective so I decided to go ahead and submit it. Hope this doesn't step on your toes, Bob. NOW - my Intro - It's "Spaffmania!" and it's sweeping the amiright site - so I decided to write a parody about you that expresses an extreme "Sour Grapes" point-of-view that a really small, hung-up writer might harbor towards you beneath a glad-handing veneer of compliments...No, I really don't feel this way (yeah, right, you...bastard...ah...hmm...OH...). I guess this version is more in the tradition of a "Roast" piece.
It's safe to say that everybody knows, your parodies are so good
You win the contests that the writer's hold
Everything you enter is so god-damned cool
Your writing is always so very nice; great work you put out with such ease
If I were touchy I would have a cow
Get out of here, you're too good, won't you quit it, please?

Spaff, Spaff, I laughed so hard
Your stuff's so funny to me
Spaff, Spaff, the stuff you write has got me bangin' on my knee
Funny, so damned funny

Yes, you're so freaking funny every day; looks like you've struck a nerve
I'm so frustrated, don't know why I play
You are way too good we all just should observe

I've laughed at everything of yours I've read; no bad stuff, that I do know
Our tails are wagging; we all act like pets
We're intimidated; our frustration grows

Spaff, Spaff, your stuff's so fine
It's always funny to read
Spaff, Spaff, you make me whine; I just don't think you can be beat
Woe is me, oh damn, hose me

(Brief instrumental interlude)

All that I know is that you are the King; You have no peers here I see
Oh, Jesus Christ, your stuff is hard to beat
but still I must try to win a victory
Today my ranting may annoy you all; I'm shrugging, what the h*ll
seems like my stance now is to whine and squall
Bitch like an old woman as you all can tell

Spaff, Spaff, I will not lie
You're too damned funny, you geek
Spaff, Spaff, the stuff you write; it always brings a smile to me
Woe is me, you sure hose me

Woe is me, oh sh*t, goes me

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Johnny D - October 04, 2004 - Report this comment
Spaff is Zeus, Spaff is Q, Spaff is Omnifunny, too.
Paul Robinson - October 04, 2004 - Report this comment
Johnny D - 'tis true. beyond the many laughs, just reading his stuff probably helps us all improve our own work. - October 04, 2004 - Report this comment
Muchas gracias, P-Rob. This is definitely one of my two all-time favorite parodies of the Beau Brummels' "Laugh, Laugh." Fantounding! Spectastic! Asstacular! Please watch for a link at

But now I'm preparing for the backlash. The next parodies that mention me will probably be "What a No-Talent Ass Clown" (to "When a Man Loves a Woman") and "Overrated" (to "Complicated").

Oh, and sorry about your knee.
2nz - October 04, 2004 - Report this comment
Awww, cut it out you guys. Spaff is just a regular guy, like Peter Parker, Bruce Wayne and Clark Kent. I'm sure just like all of those normal people, Spaff uses sticky stuff to fight crime, dresses a young boy who follows him around in spandex, and has a big, giant 'S' on his chest.
P Rob - October 04, 2004 - Report this comment
Spaff - LOL x 2 on this comment "But now I'm preparing for the backlash. The next parodies that mention me will probably be "What a No-Talent Ass Clown" (to "When a Man Loves a Woman) and "Overrated"(to "Complicated"). " "Oh, and sorry about your knee." - and that made me hurt my other knee, now, too...Gawd - I still cackling out loud about "What A No-Talent Ass Clown"...I can hardly type right now, I'm still laughing, it's really starting to get painful at this point, doubled over my keyboard...see what you've done. 2nz - I think the young boy is Spandex is a Michael Jackson thing, not Spaff, but I might believe the rest of it.
alvin rhodes - October 04, 2004 - Report this comment
a fine tribute to be sure
Paul Robinson - October 04, 2004 - Report this comment
Thanks, alvin. - October 11, 2004 - Report this comment
P-Rob: Since you liked "no-talent ass clown" so much, I should admit that I stole it from the denizens of The Only Thread That Matters, who stole it from the movie Office Space. See TOTTM reply #s 1094-1109, 1133, and 1193 for scintillating discussion of the subject.
Paul Robinson - October 11, 2004 - Report this comment
Well, at least it was a good, clean "steal". No harm, no foul. Thanks!

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