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Song Parodies -> "Snore, Snore, Snore"

Original Song Title:

"More, More, More"

Original Performer:

Andrea True Connection

Parody Song Title:

"Snore, Snore, Snore"

Parody Written by:

Patrick McWilliams

The Lyrics

Samuel said he'd like to see "more". Here it is.
Oooh, how do you like your song?
Oooh, how do you like your song?
Now if you want to know, how I really spiel
Get the Firefox rollin'
My old brain a trollin'
Sammy, you know this song is no big deal
Couple cheesy verses
A melody I steal

More, more, more?
Now do you like it? Now do you like it?
Score? Score? Score?
Now would you spike it? Now would you spike it?
Gore! Gore! Gore!
How would you strike it? How would you strike it?

Oooh, how does it strike you now?
Oooh, now will you have a cow?
I'd sure like to know how you really feel
Not just a string of numbers
Just get the comments rollin'
Maybe you know, my urge to write is real
So tell me what you want to
My skin's too thick to peel

Bore, bore, bore
Why am I writing? Why am I writing?
Chore, chore, chore
How do you like it? How do you like it?
Snore, snore, snore
Now do you like it, where would you like your song?

(Lengthy disco break, unfortunately they didn't break this record, because I'm going to add another verse)

If you want to know, just how I really feel
Get the party rollin'
Get the booze a flowing
Pour, pour, pour
How do I take it, how do I fake it?
More more more!
How do you like it? Do you Third Reich it?
Spore, spore, spore
Where would you like it, where would you like it?
Door, door door!

(Fade away, like the late, unlamented disco fad itself)


It took some time to write, the best three minutes of my life. Twas a beautiful song, and not too long, it'll never be a hit 'cause I sing like sh*t, so I sent it on its way. By the way, don't blame Samuel. Don't blame Canada. Blame Phred Phlips. Security code "F9F". Wasn't that a US Navy jet in the Korean War. If it was, I'm sure Rob will let us know.

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Rob Arndt - July 22, 2015 - Report this comment
You're really on a roll, Patrick- 555! And yes, the Grumman F9F Panther was a postwar carrier jet fighter which led to the F9 Cougar. Was Blue Angels' first aircraft and was used in Korea.
Rob Arndt - July 22, 2015 - Report this comment
The Panther also flew 78,000 sorties in Korea and had first jet-to-jet kill over a MiG-15. It also killed two NKAF Yak-9 piston fighters. The latter swept-wing Cougar was one of the first US aircraft to carry Sidewinders...
Rob Arndt - July 22, 2015 - Report this comment
Correction: Panther was Blue Angels' first jet aircraft. They used Hellcats and Bearcats previously- both piston types.
Samuel - July 22, 2015 - Report this comment
Dude, you totally made my day! You're my favorite Amiright parodist. What have you got up your sleeve next? Can't wait, please keep the flow going. Yeah! 5s!

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