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Song Parodies -> "Yikes In What sat In?"

Original Song Title:

"Nights In White Satin (Extended Version)"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

The Moody Blues

Parody Song Title:

"Yikes In What sat In?"

Parody Written by:

Guy Dirito

The Lyrics

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Yikes in what sat in?
Sticking on my rear end.
Watch where I'm sittin',
A good cleaning will mend.

Booty I wish it missed,
What's comprised? Explore.
Though 'tis uncouth this,
I must stay on this chore.

It is like glue,
Hey, what's stuck to?
Oh, I have no clue.

Glazing's a seat full,
Bummed man, I am.
Just what is showing through?
My can should be bland.

Some dried up jelly?
Ought this not to transcend.
Just where I want to see,
I can't see my rear end.

Oh, this guck goo,
I can't pluck you,
Oh, this so sucks too,
Oh, it so sucks to...

--------Instrumental Interlude--------

Wipes in what sat in,
Ever bleaching must fend.
Wetter it's gettin',
Ever cleaning again.

Duty's to clean this mess,
Look with eyes at drawers.
A Baby Ruth™ this?
I best spray on some more.

I cannot view,
What I'm stuck to,
Just make this guck shoo.
Oh, I can't shuck you.

Get this muck through,
Make this gunk shoo,
Oh, how's it stuck to?
Oh, and the funk, pew!

--------Instrumental Transition--------

(Spoken Poetry)

Clean deep your splattering moon,
Make stains fade away real soon.
Spread litter's evil, look back where you're bent,
For clutter's where oozeness slopily went.

This trashin' covers dress'll turn scum,
Grimy can dries and stain may have won.
Another pickup That's stuck to my bum,
Seems so menacin' dishes out dung.

Please to absorb this ugly sight,
Remove what's covered on rear right.
Make it fade and turn it light,
Make again my rear end bright,
And remove this intrusion.

--------Instrumental Outro--------

CLANG!

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Michael Pacholek - July 16, 2010 - Report this comment
Anyone who doesn't give this a five can kiss... oh, come on, it was an obvious joke!
Andria - July 16, 2010 - Report this comment
Good job here... well-done as always, 5s FTW, and it seems like the person in your parody had sat in seagull or pigeon guano. I had a seagull take a s**t on my car once on a hot day, and I could never completely get it off, likewise with its next owner. For all I know, there's still a gold Plymouth Horizon with permanently baked-on seagull doo-doo on the roof in Kirkland, Washington. ;)
Tommy Turd-le - July 16, 2010 - Report this comment
TMGTLM, but fave: "Ever bleaching, must fend". Very imaginative subs to be so well syllable-matched, and props for doing the long version including the spoken part -- most don't. Three Five-packs of Charmin™ for your not-so-charmin' topic, but masterful technique.
AFW - July 16, 2010 - Report this comment
Sits well with me...quite clever
AFW - July 16, 2010 - Report this comment
Been noticing the byline...Guy Dirito...small case letters instead of the usual..Guy DiRito...and the Guy we know generally comments after each comment...the surname spelling could just be a type-o...is it? or, are you a different guy, Guy?
Guy - July 16, 2010 - Report this comment
MP - Yes Michael quite obvious =;-) thanks much for the comment.

Andria - Seagulls and pigeons are merely just rats with wings. Don't care for either of these feathered creatures. They are so filthy. Thanks for taking the time to write.

TT - The first time I did this song for some reason I omitted the spoken part. This was back in 2003. Michael Pacholek gave me a good flaming for not doing the spoken part. Actually it is my favorite part of the write. I have done so much with the three verses. It just takes a bit of imagination and a little spit and polish and it works. Thanks! Farce - Sits well - LOL

I must have missed the shift key on the "R" in my last name when I submitted it. I noticed it this morning. It is really upsetting to me. It should straighten itself out on the next posting.
WarrenB - July 16, 2010 - Report this comment
Some parodies just simply hit you where you live! Especially loved the subs on the spoken portion. Love this song, and always thought the little recitation at the end was a bit...silly.
'Nights' was was the second 45 I every bought.(1) The first 45 was "High and Dry" by Gerry Rafferty. But I digress.
This sat very well with me.

(1)45- This was a small plastic disk that had a big hole in the middle. We used them on turntables to produce wonderful sounds of scratching and clicking. Not to be confused with an NRA wet dream that makes wonderful sounds like 'bang' and 'boom'.
Belle - July 16, 2010 - Report this comment
I'm glad you put in the spoken prt...it's the most interesting part of that song. You did a fabulous job. I would say very fabulous but that would be undermining my own MB parodies....lol 5's
Guy - July 17, 2010 - Report this comment
Warren - LOL "But I digress.
This sat very well with me."

I think the silly recitation at the end makes for good parody writing if you know how to use a bit of spit and polish, but as for the OS - yeah it's silly. Talking about 45's and not the NRA type - I used to tell my kids when they whined that they sounded like a broken record. Ya know it was years later that I explained to them just what that meant. All that time they had no clue. No wonder they whined so much. =;-) Thanks!

Belle - I would never steal your thunder for MB parodies. I know they are probably your most favored band. So you are dropping the old author's name now for Belle? Thanks!
Old Man Ribber - July 18, 2010 - Report this comment
As always Don Guy...you get it right in the end! Good job! ;D
Mark Scotti - July 19, 2010 - Report this comment
I thought I 'stepped' in this one the other day and commented. Belated cleanups and laughs, Guy!!!
Matthias - December 01, 2010 - Report this comment
With proper English it should have been "Yikes! What Did I Sit In?" You know how I judge your work. It's always hard to read parodies like this because even though their clever sticking strictly to sound alikes and whatnot it leaves many people confused and wouldn't really work as a recording.
Agrimorfee - December 03, 2010 - Report this comment
Your John Milton-esque style of parody writing works well with this OS here.
Mark Scotti - December 05, 2010 - Report this comment
(ABC) ALWAYS loved this OS..and the parody really sticks to ya!!!
Below Average Dave - December 20, 2010 - Report this comment
Yeah, I'm with Matthias, no offense, its a really weird way to say it, which makes it hard to put together while putting it with the song. . .just my opinion
bobpiecheese - December 20, 2010 - Report this comment
(ABC5) This parody was kinda hard to read through, what with all the odd arrangement of words. I got the general gist of what you were trying to say, but it was just an odd way of saying it. Still worth a 555 IMO, but it's still not one of your best.

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