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Song Parodies -> "The Last's Crime"

Original Song Title:

"The Last Time"

Original Performer:

The Rolling Stones

Parody Song Title:

"The Last's Crime"

Parody Written by:

Merry & Pippin

The Lyrics

We haven't been around much lately as I (Merry) now have a REAL JOB and am on my feet 10 hours a day and come home not wanting to use my brain for anything... But hopefully I will be concentrating on some new parody stuff soon and we can regain our previous rate of submission.... :-)

Well I soled a bunch and I soled 'em nice
Made the leather glisten - bumps up the price
I hope my wares all feet be gracing
They’re lovely shoes with goodly lacing

Well you should see my last plyin’
You should see my last plyin’
Made on my last, fine
Homemade shoe. All new. For you.

Well, It’s folly now that I cordwain
Older now, can’t knack sustain
In too much pain you start to hobble
Guess it’s real to blame my cobble

Well this could be the last’s crime
This could be the last’s crime
May be the last’s crime
Mismade shoe. Boo hoo! Boo hoo!

Well, if for feet, alas time
If they don’t feel sub-lime
May be the last’s crime
Refund dough. Oh no! That blows!

Well the blame I foist it on this device
If shoery ensues too imprecise
If heel at glance is mis-aligned
Or if the tongue has gone awry

Well this could be the last’s crime
This could be the last’s crime
May be the last’s crime
Mismade shoe. Oh no. Sore toe!

Well this must be the last’s crime...

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AFW - June 15, 2009 - Report this comment
Good to see ya' back....fine parody, as always
Timmy1000 - June 15, 2009 - Report this comment
Good job on a great classic Stones' tune.
MsNorCAL - June 15, 2009 - Report this comment
Hey, there M & P, This rocks . . its Rolls ! ! Loved this tune by Dear Mick & Keith . . . loved that guitar on it , too !
alvin - June 15, 2009 - Report this comment
the shoe fits so wear some fives...good to have the pair of you back
mandamoo - June 15, 2009 - Report this comment
A shoe-in for best parody of the day! Merry - you need to get yourself some comfy ones!! :)
Leo Keough - June 17, 2009 - Report this comment
You really got the last laugh with this one!!!...555!!!
Tommy Turtle - October 09, 2009 - Report this comment
Trying to email you. The emails on your home page both fail. The email link on your web site sets off alarms in my browser (one of the reasons that I tried your addresses on home page). Please go to any recent song of mine, click the reCaptcha link at the bottom, and email me at your convenience, if you could.

The alarm was reported to the developer of the safety tool, and I'm awaiting results.

In the meantime, should you see this, the reason for emailing in the first place was to let you know that there is a tribute to you in the Scene 16, final scene, of our parody to post today, 9 Oct US Chucky Time. Cheers!
Meriadoc - August 05, 2012 - Report this comment
Well, better late than never Tommy. My email addie from that site has been renewed; I think Pippin's too. Read your tome (not at all a 'floppy tome' that time!). Thanks for the shout out!

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