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Song Parodies -> "Conked Out While Swimmin'"

Original Song Title:

"Honky Tonk Woman"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

The Rolling Stones

Parody Song Title:

"Conked Out While Swimmin'"

Parody Written by:

Alvin Rhodes

The Lyrics

...about the death of brian jones...
they pulled him from his swimmin' pool unconscious
they said it was from drownin' that he died
but i believe there is a tale untold here
cause i tend to think there was more than implied

he had cah-ha-ha-honked...out while swimmin' ?
did he ?...did he ?...did he ?
or were all duped ?
he had cah-ha-ha-honked...out while swimmin' ?
tell me...tell me...tell me
oh, what's the real poop ?

he'd had a lot of trials and was unsteady
but still inside he had the will to fight
i think he lost his life to deadly forces
the book is closed, though clues are left behind

he had cah-ha-ha-honked...out while swimmin' ?
did he ?...did he ?...did he ?
or were all duped ?
he had cah-ha-ha-honked...out while swimmin' ?
tell me...tell me...tell me
oh, what's the real poop ?



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John Barry - January 08, 2008 - Report this comment
Yep, unanswered questions about that one.
littleCupCakes - January 08, 2008 - Report this comment
Lord Alvin, I'm still stuck in a quandry of trying to figure the riddle of Sir Richards . . .
Peregrin - January 08, 2008 - Report this comment
Excellent, and what timing. Merry and I were talking about this very issue just recently. Someone out there has been "Dancing With Mr. D."...
Meriadoc - January 08, 2008 - Report this comment
Excellent subject matter Alvin. What my friend wandlimb would call a 'real parody'. Good job!
AFW - January 08, 2008 - Report this comment
Interesting subject matter..very well done
alvin - January 08, 2008 - Report this comment
thanks john....yeah, weird stories abound...thanks littleCupCakes....same here...thanks peregrin and merry...i had an idea for a 'dancing with mr. d.' parody....but not about the stones
Below Average Dave (badave.com) - January 08, 2008 - Report this comment
Very original idea there Alvin. . .and to a classic song.
alvin - January 08, 2008 - Report this comment
thanks dave
Invisible Boy - January 08, 2008 - Report this comment
I saw something about this on a TV special. Seems pretty suspicious. Again, I see you in 2008 picking thought provoking topics. I think it helps provide a balance for us goofballs.
alvin - January 09, 2008 - Report this comment
thanks IB...i 'spect i'll get goofy again myself soon...i only follow where my muse takes me
Guy - January 15, 2008 - Report this comment
Very serious and thought provoking. You do well with any theme. You are a true wordsmith. This is a fishy tale - and no pun intended in that his demise was one of a watery nature. Well done Alvin.
alvin - January 15, 2008 - Report this comment
thanks guy, for the kind words

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