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Song Parodies -> "Blue Jays"

Original Song Title:

"Blue Moon"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

The Marcels

Parody Song Title:

"Blue Jays"

Parody Written by:

Michael Pacholek

The Lyrics

Getting closer to the all-30-teams threshold. One of the truly great songs of all time, written by Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart in 1934, redone in doo-wop style (VERY hard to pace right) by Pittsburgh's Marcels in 1961.
Bomp-ba-ba-bomp, a-bomp-a-bomp-bomp
ba-ba-bomp-ba-ba-bomp, a-dang-a-dang-dang
ding-da-dong, eh?
Blue Jays, Blue Jays, Blue Jays
Dip-di-dip-di-dip
Blue, Blue, Blue, Blue Jays
Dip-di-dip-di-dip
Blue, Blue, Blue, Blue Jays
Dip-di-dip-di-dip
Bomp-ba-ba-bomp, a-bomp-a-bomp-bomp
ba-ba-bomp-ba-ba-bomp, a-dang-a-dang-dang
ding-da-dong, eh?

Blue Jays, we saw you standing alone
with golden dreams in your heart, down there in the SkyDome?

Bomp-ba-ba-bomp, a-bomp-a-bomp-bomp
ba-ba-bomp-ba-ba-bomp, a-dang-a-dang-dang
ding-da-dong, eh?

Blue Jays, we knew just what you were there for
we knew you wanted a player for
something you really could care for.

Ba-ba-ba-baaaa...

And then Joe Carter stepped up to the plate there
with runners you hoped the Phils wouldn't hold.
And then he swung the bat, and his hit was great there.
And when you looked, your dreams had turned to gold!
A-whoa-oh-oh!

Blue Jays, can you get back in that zone
with golden dreams in your hearts in the Toronto SkyDome?

Bomp-ba-ba-bomp, a-bomp-a-bomp-bomp
ba-ba-bomp-ba-ba-bomp, a-dang-a-dang-dang
ding-da-dong, eh?

Oh, whoa-whoa-whoa-whoa-whoa-whoa
whoa-whoa-whoa-whoa-whoa-whoa, whoa-whoa
dip-di-dip-di-dip!

Bomp-ba-ba-bomp, a-bomp-a-bomp-bomp
ba-ba-bomp-ba-ba-bomp, a-dang-a-dang-dang
ding-da-dong, eh?

Ahhhh, ah-ah-ah-ah-ah-ahhhh
ah-ah-ah-ah-ah-ah, ah-ahhhh
dip-di-dip-di-dip!

Bomp-ba-ba-bomp, a-bomp-a-bomp-bomp
ba-ba-bomp-ba-ba-bomp, a-dang-a-dang-dang
ding-da-dong, eh?
Bluuuuuuuue Jayyyyyyyys!

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Wild Man - October 21, 2003 - Report this comment
I liked how you parodied all the baseball teams. Will you do the same for hockey & football?
Michael Pacholek - October 21, 2003 - Report this comment
32 football teams? 30 hockey teams? You think I can do all that? You MUST be a wild man! Wild in the attic! What do you people want from me? I do have a job to go to! And I need sleep! I'm not a machine! (Or so women tell me...)
Wild Man - October 21, 2003 - Report this comment
LOL>>>Still, I commend you for the effort. I don't always agree with what you write, but I respect the fact that you do.
Johnny D - October 22, 2003 - Report this comment
Good pacing for a challenging tune.
... - March 10, 2004 - Report this comment
I quite agree.
Freddie C. - April 20, 2004 - Report this comment
You ain't seen nothing yet...I'm doing the same thing you're doing, only this time, it's a parody of every team in the NBA, including the expansion Charlotte Bobcats. Check it out soon!

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