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Song Parodies -> "Orgy Girl (Not What You Think -- SFW)"

Original Song Title:

"Georgy Girl"

Original Performer:

The Seekers

Parody Song Title:

"Orgy Girl (Not What You Think -- SFW)"

Parody Written by:

Tommy Turtle

The Lyrics

There *can* be too much of a good thing, especially if what you're doing isn't bringing you what you reallly want..... Yes, it's a 180-switch from TT's usual direction, perhaps a little ... oh, what's the word? ... ah, yes... "versaturtlety". Original-version OS video here.

Play there, orgy girl
Swingin' indiscreet: each man, so free
Nobody but me, who cares, could see
The loneliness there
That drives you

Lay there, orgy girl
Making sure no boys should pass you by
Could it be at nights you cry
Because there's no closeness there?

You're always mattress-plopping
And panties, dropping: each guy
Just tell that crowd of fellows, "Good-bye,
"You all can split"

Say, there, orgy girl
Carelessly you gorge; see deep inside:
Swing, enthrall; but love, betide --
-- And oh, less estranged, you'd be
Not "world", but "he":
Love *you*, orgy girl!

[interlude: starts with whisting; guys wolf-whistling as OG walks by]

Pray, there, orgy girl
Gleaning for that "someone" you could meet
Wife: your sexuality
A man: all days, one, to stay

Don't be so scared of choosing
And no more floozing yourself
It's time: stop pumping out for wrong pelf
The id, admit:

You, there, orgy girl:
Superego: id, must override
Look for love, not lust; learn pride
And al-though it strange, might be
To love one "he"
No more orgy girl!

Wake up, orgy girl!
Move up, orgy girl;!
(Fake shtup, nor she: girl!)
(repeat and fade)


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Jonathan S. - September 28, 2009 - Report this comment
Interesting tale of turning over a new leaf. 555
Guy - September 28, 2009 - Report this comment
TT - Great title switch. Loved the mattress flopping/panty dropping couplet. Inspired? So surprising to see you do the old 180 with a sexually themed parody. Quite unexpected and refreshing.
Fiddlegirl - September 28, 2009 - Report this comment
Suits moi to a "T"! :D
TJC - September 28, 2009 - Report this comment
D'Ohhhhh.... oops! I thought it was 'Ouigi Girl' the first few stanzas.. now it all makes sense! Ditto Guy's sentiments, and, though I hate to admit it--you taught me a new word today (I had to look up 'betide')!
Patrick - September 28, 2009 - Report this comment
Even better advice than the original. I actually recall a Catholic priest playing this song for the boys of our grade school, in the sanctuary, no less. That was back in the days when adults were trying to be "relevant" by seeking meaning in popular songs. Your effort reminds me of Charlene's "I've Never Been to Me".
Timmy1000 - September 28, 2009 - Report this comment
It is kind of a switch for you, but well done; kind of touching and thought provoking.
metaphorsbwithu - September 28, 2009 - Report this comment
Never was a Sex and the City fan and similar storylines and don't get the attraction to such material (not that there's anything wrong with that ;-)) ... unless maybe it's like watching a train wreck or something. Anyway, while the subject matter leaves me cold, your handling of it is tops, so it's thre more fives to you sir.
AFW - September 28, 2009 - Report this comment
Great subbing, and extra clever twist
TT - September 28, 2009 - Report this comment
Johnathan S.: Thanks.

Guy: Thanks.

Fiddlegirl: LOL! :)

TJC: Always happy to be of service! ;)

Patrick: I understand that those particular "adults" (the priests) often got a lot more "relevant" than they should have. :-( ... glad you found meaning in this one! Thanks.

Timmy1000: Thank you very much.

metaphorsbwithu: Never even seen the show, not once. I would guess the appeal is voyeuristic and for titillation. Thanks for v/c.

AFW: Tried to match as much as possible. Thanks.
blackjack21 - September 29, 2009 - Report this comment
Something very strange going on here, but the parody really sings out Fives. ;-)
Tommy Turtle - September 29, 2009 - Report this comment
blackjack21: Strange? Eh, how? ...Ahh, n/m, why argue with Fives?! Thanks for v/c!
Lifeliver - October 02, 2012 - Report this comment
'Mattress hopping and panty-dropping' ... 'Carelessly you gorge' ... This is the Turtle's 'chaste' side, lol? I might have known. But when you consider the infant mortality rate of your species, it makes sense.

As AFW said, clever sub and twist. I was stumped by 'pelf', and 'fake shtup nor she: girl' ??

Re. 'Sex and the City, I never saw the series but a female friend treated me to the movie. Definitely 'chick-flick' fare but it had its moments. There's a part where they're teasing Miranda for not shaving her legs. 'It's like a rainforest down there. How do you find it?' How come guys don't have that problem, ha ha? 544
Tommy Turtle - October 02, 2012 - Report this comment
Lifeliver: Thanks as always for the comment, although misquoted; it's "mattress-plopping".
If stumped by "pelf", may one suggest a dictionary?
    "pelf (noun) money or wealth, especially when regarded with contempt or acquired by reprehensible means."

There's no literal implication in the parody that she's prostituting herself, but if we use "pelf" in a metaphorical sense (poets and writers are allowed to use metaphors; often, it enriches the imagery considerably), it would be "reward, regarded with contempt". She gets rewards in popularity and confirmation of her attractiveness, but undoubtedly many of the guys look down upon her as a slut, even as they partake.

Nor henceforth will she shtup (Yiddish term for having sex; it's quite common around here, so good to remember) guys who feign (fake) affection (or respect). She will insist on the real thing, True Love.

Mangled sentence structure IMHO is part of artistic license, and especially useful when songs are syllable-matched, as this one was, very closely. (So were the other two.) SVO (subject - verb - object) is hardly a cornerstone of poetry. This was stated to be a staple when the noob TT was two months on site:

The "chaste side" did not refer to the description of her "before" actions per se. It was necessary to establish her previous pattern of conduct to set up the change that was to come in the "after" picture. "Chaste side" referred to the writer urging her, as Jonathan S. noted, to turn over a new leaf: to cease her unchaste ways and return to chaste ones until true love arrives. Given TT's rep, yes, this is a very different moral code from urging men to boff sheep. Guy DiRito's comment recognized this.

I'm glad that we got our wires uncrossed some time ago, but I'm sorry that this time, they didn't even connect (See? -- another metaphor), and that you did not get from the parody what all of the others got. Still, your feedback is appreciated as always. Thanks for taking the time to read and comment.
NEW LINK TO OS VIDEOS - October 02, 2012 - Report this comment
Link in the intro is now invalid; user's YT account closed.

With slide-show pics of the group:

With onscreen lyrics instead of pics:
Peregrin - October 18, 2012 - Report this comment
The parody was great, as others noted, and yourself, a nice departure from the approach you could have taken. I'll put three 5s down on your bed, orgy girl. Hell I'm a cheap bastard, and I doubt you are gonna turn the offer down!

Now for something closer to (my) home. I would have given you 5s alone for the choice of OG (Original Group). It is hard to describe just how popular The Seekers were (and still are, in a much more nostalgic way) in Australia. I never go past a Seekers song if it is playing. They were ahead of their time. Their music absolutely tramples on most of the dross that gets served up these days.
Tommy Turtle - October 19, 2012 - Report this comment
In this economy, I'd not turn down anything! Three Fives is a lot of *ucks.

I like The Seekers, esp. the harmony and counter-melody. One hears their songs here on the oldies stations. Agree completely about trampling modern dross!

oh, and that was "bucks". ;-D   Thanks for reading and commenting!

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