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Song Parodies -> "Doogie Loogie Noogie"

Original Song Title:

"Boogie Oogie Oogie"

Original Performer:

A Taste Of Honey

Parody Song Title:

"Doogie Loogie Noogie"

Parody Written by:


The Lyrics

Disco is evil. So are childhood pranks like wedgies, nipple twists, and "two for flinching".
I remember pranks too cruel to endure
Righteous indignation, felt that too

For redemption I’ve resolved to helping
Future generations by providing you a clue

Schoolage torture of yore
You would get a Doogie Loogie Noogie
Till you can't comb your hair no more (knotted)
Comb it no more
You can't comb it no more (sticky)
Comb it no more, listen to my advice

It came from a show, backstage, no camera or lights
Harris and Casella got in teenager fights

When Patrick got Max in a headlock, spit on his hand
Digging in his knuckle until he couldn’t stand

Don’t get picked on anymore
You can give a Doogie Loogie Noogie
Till their brainless noggin is sore (hurtin’)
Noggin is sore
Till their noggin is sore (painful)
Noggin is sore, watch him start to shed tears

Give them, Doogie Loogie Noogies
Hard Knocks, Doogie Loogie Noogies
Provide, Doogie Loogie Noogies
Fight back

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Pacing: 4.7
How Funny: 4.7
Overall Rating: 4.7

Total Votes: 6

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Invisible Boy - September 05, 2008 - Report this comment
This had some good lines. I know you're gonna hate me for this...I like disco.
Agrimorfee - September 09, 2008 - Report this comment
(Amiright Idol) I made it quite clear that this was quite a funny title at the MB. It seems quite a stretch to mix Doogie Howser with childhood cruelty. IB is right, though, there are some funny lines...for me, it's so many ideas with not enough time to gel in the lyrics allotted.
Below Average Dave - September 13, 2008 - Report this comment
(Idol) Songs like this OS are best used for ideas that don't have a lot to work with, I bet you could fill up 5 or 6 of these with this topic. Sometimes a topic needs more lines to develop, there's not much you could have done with development on this one. It paced well, and I liked the idea, but left me with a feeling of "Is That It?"--kinda like when I go to the movies and a 3 hour movie is turned into a 1.5 hour movie. . .
Red Ant - September 15, 2008 - Report this comment
Congrats on a first song/submission to Amiright, Wolverine. I'm not sure what more you could have done with the song... the name drops are lost on me - I guess they are characters from Doogie Howser, but it's been like 15 years since I last saw an episode. Maybe covering just "noogies" or "loogies" would have worked better with the sparse lyrics at hand. The choruses worked nicely.
Michael Pacholek - September 25, 2008 - Report this comment
I didn't like this one, but you get all fives for telling the truth: Disco sucks. The ironies abound: Harris now plays a womanizer on "How I Met Your Mother" but has come out as gay, and in "The Bronx Is Burning," Max Casella -- and I did not recognize him at first, though I did notice his name in the credits -- played Yankee third base coach Dick... Howser!

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