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Song Parodies -> "Bust Op"

Original Song Title:

"Bus Stop"

Original Performer:

The Hollies

Parody Song Title:

"Bust Op"

Parody Written by:

Tommy Turtle

The Lyrics

Those who have read previous works on this topic by TT (pronounced, "Tee-Tee"), know that he doesn't really feel this way. (Note to self: "Feel this way" = bad choice of words.) He values quality over "quantitty". But once the title switch popped into his pea-brain (autochthonously, like most of his ideas), it was irresistible. OS lyrics here. Better-than-usual MIDI here. First two bars of the MIDI are intro (no lyrics).
Bust op; cup: "A",
She's flat; I say,
"Make me happy fella"

Bust op; bust grows,
He gaze; love glows
Singing "Bella, bella" [1]

All that silicone employed, it --
Made her bustline shine
Curvy swell-a, he enjoyed it,
A "DD-39"

Ev'ry Friday, I would see her; cop a feel and kiss
Sometimes I'd miss, and that would leave her quite distraught
Many times I searched and groped, but many times in vain
Someday, my dame will have bazongers that win acclaim

My poor girl was brokenhearted;
"Willy" feeling blue
Thinking of a sweet enhance--
--ment sadly overdue

Came the big day; surgeon bowing
Girlfriend flowering now
Outdoes Ander-son, Pam-ela
Puts to shame a cow

(interlude, with band marching two abreast)

Ev'ry evening, I would see her, baiting me with top
In time, it's dropped, and she would show me what I sought
Endlessly I stared until I popped a purple vein
No more "Plain Jane", her charms can endlessly entertain

Bust op; hurray!
"Nice pair", I say,
Makes my noodle swell-a

Bust op; bust rose,
He pays: new clothes
For his Cinderella

Since then, never disappointed
Sinned and lain, love mine
Areola: perky, pointed
So august, she's divine [2]


[1] "Bella" = "beautiful" (Italian)
[2] "August" = "inspiring awe or admiration"
© 2007 Tommy Turtle. All rights reserved.

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AFW - August 16, 2007 - Report this comment
This is over the top...Jiggles the funny bone, also, a fantastic title sub
Cat - August 16, 2007 - Report this comment
Oh geez...what a BRILLIANT title! Totally TMGLTM, but "popped a purple vein" stuck out, so to speak. ;)
alvin - August 16, 2007 - Report this comment
i like the way this story developed...many great lines...5s
Jason - August 16, 2007 - Report this comment
You are almost as good as Kristof Robertson and I mean that! 555
Ann Hammond - August 16, 2007 - Report this comment
Oh man... he he
John Barry - August 16, 2007 - Report this comment
Not a bus stop, but a Buestenhalt[er]. You went for the jugsular on this one.
Red Ant - August 16, 2007 - Report this comment
Great to see you back, Titty Turtle. =) I hadn't heard TOS in a while, but your pacing and rhymes made it come back to me instantly. Funny work: no bust here. Btw, oldie lyrics has spyware - Webroot Spysweeper block that site for me. Quick question: "He gaze" and "He pays"... why the switch in perspective? 5s
Red Ant - August 16, 2007 - Report this comment
PS: You ought to do "Post Op" to this OS. I've recorded a few parodies in your absence. Send me a PM or what not if you want to check them out.
TT - August 16, 2007 - Report this comment
AFW, Cat, alvin, thanks... great puns, all.... Jason, thanks; I'm trying to improve.... Ann Hammond, thanks... John Barry, danke sehr.
T****y Turtle - August 16, 2007 - Report this comment
Sharp catch, there, budding grammar guru. The answer would be that consistency of person (first vs. third) was sacrificed for greater syllable matching; i. e. OS "She stays" matches/subs to "He gaze" and "He pays". IYHO, is that a reasonable trade-off? (Your comment indicated that the close match helped recall OS, no?) ...Been trying for increased syllable-matching lately, e.g., (cough) first and probably only stab at "American Pie", 3w.amiright.com/parody/70s/donmclean119.shtml (cough).
Kristof Robertson - August 16, 2007 - Report this comment
"Bazongers"...word of the week! No, F*** it; word of the year! Mamm-odies (as I like to call them) always tickle my fancy, and this is up there with the greats. Wonderful stuff, TT. 555+
Tee-Tee - August 16, 2007 - Report this comment
Kristof Robertson: Mamm-odies LOL! ... thanks, Kristof.
Rex - August 16, 2007 - Report this comment
This parody lacked something at first, but it grew into a stunning display of talent.
TT - August 16, 2007 - Report this comment
Rex, thanks (lol!)
Meriadoc - August 16, 2007 - Report this comment
Fave couplet:
"Ev'ry evening I would see her baiting me with top
In time it's dropped and she would show me what she sought"
TT - August 16, 2007 - Report this comment
TT is glad that Merry found the humor that she sought!
Peregrin - August 17, 2007 - Report this comment
TT, your cups runneth over with humour :)
stuart mcarthur - August 17, 2007 - Report this comment
Holy TToledo - wonderful and snappy, TT - it made me even like the OS - it's all brilliant but the title is an absolutely classic get - 555
TT - August 17, 2007 - Report this comment
Peregrin :) and stuart :), thanks much.

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