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Song Parodies -> "I Never Fly"

Original Song Title:

"I Never Cry"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Alice Cooper

Parody Song Title:

"I Never Fly"

Parody Written by:

Merry & Pippin

The Lyrics

Dedicated to Shirley - you are not alone...
I have a fear of airspace
It makes me shiver, quake and groan - it freaks me babe
It makes my heart race to get caught way up high
So you know I never fly
I never fly

One time at night upon the screen
I saw that movie Airplane on
Now if I only, oh could cower at home
Then the fright would pass me by
But I'll never fly

Take a train, take a train, don't fly
Should I just drink myself blind?
In my heart, break-aparts I know
Happen abrupt - it makes me queasy and groan

And with all flight thought comes vertigo
And acrophobia - need more booze
Concorde or Virgin, or 'Nited's friendly skies
No, you know I'll never fly
And you know I'll never fly
Well you know you know you know you know
I'll never fly
I'll never fly

Turbulence, turbulence I've known
Happens and roughly 'round the cabin I'm thrown

'Cause that's all we've got's a fuselage
Mechanics' wages in dispute
I've got emergency exits memorized
So you know I'll never try
Club Mile High

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Ethan Mawyer - January 12, 2004 - Report this comment
you hobbits are using all songs i don' know today... and i guess you probably don't know the song i used for my parody today. I've got one kind of like this i wrote awhile ago i don't know if you've seen it, it's called "because the flight"
Meriadoc - January 12, 2004 - Report this comment
Ethan, see 'hint, hint' under Cupcakes. And to think we put the word "'Nited" in special just for you! :-D
ethan - January 12, 2004 - Report this comment
so i downloaded the song and listened to it as i read this parody... and i'm sorry to say this seemed to copy off the original word for word a little too much... so i'm going to let you keep the perfect score by not voting. P.S. 'nited is not a word its a 'breviation.
CeramicsFanatic - January 12, 2004 - Report this comment
Excellent! ;-)
mandamoo - January 13, 2004 - Report this comment
One of my favourites by Mr Cooper ! Your take on it is really clever. Good one guys !
Meriadoc - January 13, 2004 - Report this comment
Thanks everyone! And 'ppreciate your candor Ethan. You will really hate tomorrow's (or Thursday's) entry of "Fifty Ways" then, as we left a lot of the original third verse. In most of our parodies we change just about every major word, but in some it just makes sense to leave stuff if it works well with the situation that we are describing.
Peregrin - January 13, 2004 - Report this comment
Thank you Merry, this is what I was struggling to say. Sometimes it is more about the intent of the parody, and as the dedication suggests this was written with someone in mind. If that means that some license has to be taken, then so be it. Thank you everone for your comments.

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