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Song Parodies -> "Hey,Hey,We're the Hobbits"

Original Song Title:

"Hey,Hey,We're the Monkees"

Original Performer:

The Monkees

Parody Song Title:

"Hey,Hey,We're the Hobbits"

Parody Written by:

The Thought Police

The Lyrics

The coin came up heads,so this became a LOTR parody,otherwise the title would've been "Hey,Hey,we're at Hogwarts !"("the finest magic school around!where everyone becomes a wizard, or gets expelled and then leaves town!)
Here we come,
marching,hairy feet.
We get the funniest looks from
Ev'ry orc we meet.
Hey,Hey,We're the Hobbits
and we're marchin' out of Hobbitshire
Our orders from that Gandalf,
"Toss the Ring into the fire!"
And the road is not friendly!
Goblins,Orcs,Gollum too.
Good thing we brought along Gimli
and that elf with eyes of blue.
And we got with us Strider
A tracker and a warrior born.
We hope that by the end of this movie,
he'll be called King Aragorn !
Things will start to get hairy
When the "Nine" come out and play,
And their leader stabs poor Frodo.
Hope that Arwen saves the day!
It is time-we're almost here
Hey Frodo,release your burden
before that Gollum comes near.
Hey,Hey,we're the Hobbits
The Fab Four from Hobbitshire
We're winding our way into Mordor
To toss the Ring into the fire.
Hey,Hey,we're the Hobbits
The Fab Four from Hobbitshire
We're winding our way into Mordor
To toss the Ring into the fire.
Hey,Hey,we're the Hobbits
Reached the end of this Trilogy
The Ring is gone,time to go home now.
Go and rent the DVD !
Now try imagining Frodo,Sam,Merry and Pippin doing that side-by-side walk the Monkees were famous for...

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Pacing: 5.0
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Overall Rating: 5.0

Total Votes: 2

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Phil Alexander - June 18, 2004 - Report this comment
Only negative I'll raise is that they're coming from Hobbiton in The Shire.. ain't no "Hobbitshire" (and "The Shire" scans better, too). But I enjoyed it, even if you did rob me of the pleasure of saying you'd got the wrong decade by getting it right ;-)
The Thought Police - June 18, 2004 - Report this comment
Actually I was more worried that someone was going to mention that "The Fab Four"was a Beatles reference,not a Monkees reference. (Hmmm, "It's been a Hard Days night --for Mr. Lupin and that dog !") thanks a bunch for the comments,Phil !
Phil Alexander - June 18, 2004 - Report this comment
So, it's a Beatles reference in a Monkees song... doesn't detract from it at all. It'd be rather like complaining that I'm going to buy the DVD rather than rent it ;-)
Know 1 can hear you dream - June 18, 2004 - Report this comment
I can imagine that as a video... ;-)
Ashkicksass - June 18, 2004 - Report this comment
I think you should still do the Hogwarts version! This is your assignment should you choose to accept it. I like this one, I'm just a bigger HP fan than a LOTR fan. And yes, I realize that I just blasphemed on AmIRight...
The Thought Police - June 19, 2004 - Report this comment
Ashkickass,My knowledge of H.P. is a bit lacking(having only seen the movies)but I am considering doing the "Hards days night" idea as soon as I get to listen to the original for the pacing .thanks for the comments.(Oh ,and It's not blasphemy to thing a series starring Daniel Radcliffe is better than a series starring Orlando Bloom---IT IS SACRILEGE!!!) Just kidding,but give me Arwen over Hermoine any day !(for now....)
Arwen - June 19, 2004 - Report this comment
TTP...555, buddy! I loved this. And of course you'd take Arwen over Hermione...duh! Ashkicksass...I get mocked all the time for my LOTR obsession...I don't really think it's blasphemy. It's my winning personality and glowing talent that has won the masses over...hehehe.
neminem - June 19, 2004 - Report this comment
Hey. I wouldn't - but then again, I've always had a complete crush on Hermione, in as much as it's possible to have a crush on a fictional character ;-). Anyway, I just saw this comment in the latest comments page - not knowing either the original song or that much about LotR beyond the movies, I can't really vote. But brilliant title.
The Thought Police - June 19, 2004 - Report this comment
Hey Arwen !Thanks for the Three-5 salute and I'm honored to hear that you've enjoyed it ! And neminem ,let's make a small comparison between the everloved elf and the winsome little witch. #1,personality: Arwen:I mean who could NOT love her?(besides the people who were destroyed when the ring was destroyed?) Hermoine: well at first,BOTH Ron and Malfoy were'nt to crazy about her (of course they learn to respect her by the end of the third movie.)Advantage:ARWEN #2,looks :Arwen:looking good is what an elf"s all about (Thanks Liv,Orlando ,dude who kicks Neos' butt in The Matrix ,ect.) Hermoine: She pretty but I'll save my judjement 'tiil another movie is made... Advantage:ARWEN (perhaps for now and definitely after Hermoine grows really old...)#3 Priorities :Arwen :In the name of love,she defyed her father(same guy who kicked Neos' butt again...)and gave up her immortality for a man who would be king (no,not Arthur) Hermoine :well,I just keep thinking about the line that ends with "--get killed or even worse,expelled!" Advantage:ARWEN (as love conquers all)#4,finish the following sentence,"In the moment when the hero needed me most I---" Arwen:"--took a badly-injured Frodo on my steed and rode with him several miles to escape the clutches of several creepy hooded figures in black. When all seemed lost at the riverbank,i used magic to summon a huge wave to send them all away! Hermoine :"--saw that as a badly-injured Harry lay near death on the OTHER side of the riverbank,surrounded by creepy hooded figures in black, I was left with no choice but to let Harry send them all away ON HIS OWN !In retrospect,I now wonder if that immobilization spell I"ve mastered in the second movie would'hve helped ! Advantage,ARWEN ! And last but not least #5 :seeing as how no one on this site has taken the name of "Hermoine", it would be safe to give the final advantage over to ARWEN ! so now the score is Arwen -5,Hermoine -0 ! (Why I do think that I have blasphemied !)
The Thought Police - June 19, 2004 - Report this comment
Please forgive the spelling and grammatical errors in my last post (If not anything else as it was done on the fly and in all good fun!)
Arwen - June 19, 2004 - Report this comment
I'm having the hardest time getting past the fact that you claimed Malfoy respected Hermione by the end of the third movie. I KNOW that's not what you meant...but come on...(love it anyway!)
The Thought Police - June 20, 2004 - Report this comment
After Hermoine punched Malfoy in the face --I was sure that Malfoy was thinking ,"mental note,with or without a wand-this girl can kick my butt!" (I know I would've !) There had to have been reason for Malfoy to start thinking of Hermoine as someone to be reckoned with. In any event I'm certain he'll pick his next fight with--LOOKOUT, DEMENTOR!!!!---someone else! (I hope I was right about point #5 Arwen,or I'll feel real silly about it !)
Arwen - June 20, 2004 - Report this comment
You're right as far as I know...I've never seen a Hermione around here...
pickle - June 27, 2004 - Report this comment
Davy Jones was small enough to be a hobbit.

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