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Song Parodies -> "Shredding Shoe Soles"

Original Song Title:

"Heart Full Of Soul"

Original Performer:

The Yardbirds

Parody Song Title:

"Shredding Shoe Soles"

Parody Written by:

Paul Robinson

The Lyrics

Had a job interview the other day that required me to wear my dress shoes, something I generally avoid like the plague. Anyway, I hadn't worn these spiffy-looking black slip-ons in probably more than two years, but they still looked good when I pulled them down out of the closet. I didn't put them on until I reached the parking lot of the place I was interviewing at. And I didn't notice that the heels of BOTH shoes had apparently exploded or imploded almost as soon as they hit the cement. BUT, when I crossed one leg over the other during the interview I saw this black "foam" stuff on my pant leg and quickly placed that leg down and my foot on the floor. Everywhere I walked left a trail of this shredded black foam. Fortunately they did not appear to notice and I made it through the interview without that happening - and I got the job as well. Anyway...I now present to you..."Shredding Shoe Soles"...
Hell, what goes? What is this black stuff that I see?
Could it be coming off of me?
All down the hall - shredded soles

Going to an interview
got on my best clothes
If I'll get this job now
Well, I just don't know
I wore my best dress shoes
hoping to please
As I walked the hallway
what is this that I see?

Oh, hell no...well this just can't be happening
my interview will be ruined
All down the hall - shredded soles

(guitar solo)

"I don't know why this is happening" I said
I put them on and then they shred
I left the hall - full of foam

Haven't worn them in so long
Just don't like wearing shoes
But I must wear them right now
Or this job I will lose
If I stepped in doo-doo
that I could explain
But when your shoe is shredding
What is there to say?

"I don't know why this is happening" I said
I put them on and then they shred
Hope I don't fall - from these soles

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Pacing: 5.0
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Overall Rating: 5.0

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Adagio - November 04, 2004 - Report this comment
I was going to pick out one line, but they were all good. Funny!! Great imagery! uh....5's, of course.
Johnny D - November 04, 2004 - Report this comment
Fantastic, Paul! I could hear The Yardbirds singing this in my head, your pacing is so good.
Paul Robinson - November 04, 2004 - Report this comment
Adagio, Thanks! Johnny D - and I had to watch my pacing very carefully, what with my soles so lopsided. I ought to take a picture of those damn shoes. It really tripped me out when I got back out to my care and had a real good look at what happened to them. Thanks!
Dee Range - November 04, 2004 - Report this comment
555. Paul, this reminded me of the Seinfeld episode where George had a job interview and his pants made a rustling noise every time he took a step. Very funny! Glad you got the job...(George got his, also)
Paul Robinson - November 04, 2004 - Report this comment
Thanks, Dee...it really was quite alarming to put my foot up on my knee briefly and see this black "fuzz" come off on my pant leg. I sure put it down quickly enough once I figured out what was happening. Didn't realize the same had happened to the OTHER shoe until I got outside...
John Barry - November 04, 2004 - Report this comment
Nice job, Paul. Also, hope it's a nice job.
Paul Robinson - November 04, 2004 - Report this comment
Thanks, JB. Well, the owner's seemed sharp and straight-forward, and I know a couple of the folks working there already. That's a good start, anyway.

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