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Song Parodies -> "Fights Win Knight Patton"

Original Song Title:

"Nights in White Satin"

Original Performer:

The Moody Blues

Parody Song Title:

"Fights Win Knight Patton"

Parody Written by:

Phred Phlips

The Lyrics

I can't post 100 songs in one day. But, just maybe, I can can get one through in a year. These lyrics are filled with esoteric meanings. If you fail to comprehend, you must not be among the enlightened ones.
Kites ignite fatten
Sever, screeching descend
Fetters jive mitten
Lever preening defend
Duty jive hallways pissed
Myth ease cries ashore
Cuss butt a tooth fizz
Eye rant pay many gore

Buzz aisle shove Jew
Mess, try glove, shoe
Owe Hawaii dove two

Grazing fat steeple, strum brandin' can
Lust mutt chime growing drew, whey shan't blunder canned
Bum cry too spell thee, yachts quay pan rot ascend
Must cut chew punt toupe glee, dew sill pee indy bend

Bland pie of cue
Guess tie of pew
So cow my gov. rue
No Mao why 'nuf mew

Fights win knight Patton
Trevor preaching amend
Bettors strive Britain
Clever keening offend
Cutie live crawl plays kissed
Pith sleaze ties ignore
Rust slut nut Ruth biz
Ike slant pay penny poor

Does dry puff slew
Fess nigh snuff goo
Owe now thigh bluff grew
Own ow pry gruff brew

Seethe sleep a slathering groom
Notch whites blade plum reverie plume
Dead fitter creep'll brook pack candle meant
Unuttered gays use lest fen urge east rent
Only van pries door muffin spaz pun
Gnu druther pricks cup banned chuckles hearse sun
Lean year sit a sins dish tray purr sung
Mold part absorb cat drools alight
Ream hooves duck hullers drum power slight
Fred tis fray sand pillow blight
Butt weed aside witch his rite
And pitch season Aleutian
If you can discern the deeper significance, please include in you comments. There will be a test.

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Pacing: 5.0
How Funny: 5.0
Overall Rating: 5.0

Total Votes: 2

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Lifeliver - July 15, 2013 - Report this comment
Creative, unusual and a lot more difficult to pull off than it looks. Um, I won't divulge the meaning because I don't want to spoil the fun. Hint: read the choruses carefully folks. Oh, and the verses! 555
Al Silver - July 15, 2013 - Report this comment
LL: I disagree with you on this. Knowing the lyrics of the OS (and I didn't, but now I do), any 15 year-old can perpetrate this exercise. There is no significance. I'm not interested in voting. Too bad the best Phred can give us is a hoax.
Patrick - July 16, 2013 - Report this comment
Maybe Phred was trying to transcribe the lyrics from an AM radio while stuffing his ears with cotton balls. That would be my guess. LL, please explain your theory. And Phred, if you are reading this, Chew throw bus can extra station.
Phred - July 16, 2013 - Report this comment
Flighty oaks crumb spittle ache horns crow.
Lifeliver - July 17, 2013 - Report this comment
@ Al S - How refreshing to disagree with someone maintaining cordiality.
@ Patrick - The only theory involved here is I think it's fun just to play around with phonetics and words for their own sake. It develops one's sensitivity to language. Maybe it's a creative-writing activity for 15-year-olds as Al says, but if so, I wish more 15-year-olds would try it. They would develop good parody syllable-subbing skills. There are a lot of other mindless ways they waste their time. However, it only works in context, as your exchange with Phred shows. I got Phred's, actually, still puzzling over yours.
Al Silver - July 17, 2013 - Report this comment
Patrick: You owe us an explanation.
Phred: Mighty oaks from little acorns grow.
Lifeliver - July 17, 2013 - Report this comment
Sank, sal, eye Mali tells low.

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