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Song Parodies -> "Fiddle Dee Dee"

Original Song Title:

"Fiddle About"

Original Performer:

The Who

Parody Song Title:

"Fiddle Dee Dee"

Parody Written by:


The Lyrics

Everyone has a favorite aunt ... at least most of us do. In this case, some young classically-trained violinists get to let their hair down when their Aunt Dee comes over to 'babysit' for the afternoon:

Please play Auntie Fiddle Dee Dee
Play real loudly and we’ll join you
Watch us fiddle about
Fiddle about
Fiddle about!

Our mother left you here to mind us
Now we’re playing like we want ... no
Chasin’ Bumble Bees
Fiddlin' about
Fiddle about!

Down swoops your bow string
Up with our fiddle sticks
Fiddle about
Fiddle about
Fiddle about !

We won’t fret as you fiddle about
Fiddle about
Fiddle about
Fiddle about
Fiddle, fiddle, fiddle.
Sometimes ya just gotta have fun. ;-)

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Pacing: 5.0
How Funny: 5.0
Overall Rating: 5.0

Total Votes: 9

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AFW - September 09, 2009 - Report this comment
This swings without strings...and that's no bow..loney
TT - September 09, 2009 - Report this comment
Take a bow!
Guy - September 09, 2009 - Report this comment
Forsby - Fee fie fiddly eye ay - fee fie fidly eye oh-oh-oh - fee fie fidly eye ay - fiddlin' on the old chin bow.

Fee fie fidly fives, Oh!

If you can fiddle around with your parody, then I can fiddle around with my comment. =;-) This was a fun read.
Fiddlegirl - September 09, 2009 - Report this comment
(*loud whistles*)... thunderous applause from the string section... :D
blackjack21 - September 09, 2009 - Report this comment
Fiddle-Dee-Dumb if you don't like this parody, love that fiddlin' around.
metaphorsbwithu - September 09, 2009 - Report this comment
@ AFW - Yeah, the instrumental part is the best part. :-D

@ TT - I'm too modest (or musically challenged depending) . :-D

@ Guy - And your comments are always fun to read too.

@ FG - Thanks for pitchin' in. What a fun instrument.

@ blackjack21 - Yeah, as they say down the bayou, "Them kids sure know how to pass some good time." :-D
Christie Marie M - September 09, 2009 - Report this comment
Listened to the OS the first time and loved it! Now, don't play "second fiddle" to anyone, not even to Auntie Fiddle Dee Dee!! Go and fiddle with some 5's, Forsby!
DJ Blaze - September 09, 2009 - Report this comment
I seriously thought this was going to be about the You Are A Pirate song (the lyrics go "Yar har fiddle dee dee"), but this had me laughing about! 555
Fiddle-Dee-Dumber @ Blackjack21 - September 09, 2009 - Report this comment
Oh yeah? And I played a fidler crab once but it ouched me.
metaphorsbwithu - September 09, 2009 - Report this comment
@ Christie M&M - Oh, had you never hear this little song or the album Tommy? Yes, hearing an OS does help. I have dial-up and regret I can't easily listen to some of the OS's that I'm not familiar with. Thanks for the nice comment and vote. :-)

@ DJ B - Yeah, I thought the creepiness of the original and this more lighthearted parody was rather amusing myself on several levels - which is why I tried to write it with a wink and tongue in cheek.

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