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Song Parodies -> "Yes Sir, I can Tupo"

Original Song Title:

"Yes Sir, I can Boogie"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Baccara

Parody Song Title:

"Yes Sir, I can Tupo"

Parody Written by:

Peter Andersson a.k.a K1chyd

The Lyrics

This is my attempt in the "random words" genre. With the risk of wearing it out, I think I have come up with a twist at least a little bit original. And tupo is of course a typo for the word typo.
Master, your ice are foul of recitation
Shore makes me wander
If Joe know what your locking four
Maybe, Ivana kip my permutation
Iīm a zenīs asian
You try my vans, joule beg four moore

Yes Sir, I can tupo
Butt I need a curtain bong
I can tupo, tupo, tupo
All page long
Yes Sir, I can tupo
If your stray, Joe canīt gore on
I can tupo, tupo, tupo
All page long

Nose-ear, I wonīt feel merry much hike walking
Noon either wall king
Joe won a notify condense
Yassir, all ready tolled Joe in the burst worse
End in the core us
Butt I forgive Joe won moore prance

Yes Sir, I can tupo
Butt I need a curtain bong
I can tupo, tupo, tupo
All page long
Yes Sir, I can tupo
If your stray, Joe canīt gore on
I can tupo, tupo, tupo
All page long

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Pacing: 4.5
How Funny: 4.5
Overall Rating: 4.5

Total Votes: 2

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User Comments

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mike rosen - March 01, 2004 - Report this comment
i know the fruit loops and loop in the ring of silences, for what is silence? how can i express my impressions of ideal likation. work is hard when no one deals in the same location forevermore there is vacation. in looseness we ask if we party in haste but why make haste a nasty taste.. for lewis is anderson's best son, in rhythym and time i hope he will come. indeed there is life in between, before the high of life i came between a set and a drum and a dole who was a fool. forevermore forevermore gary was h ome to garyland and forever that was not the plan. in everessence i imagine the yesterdays of today for peace is all i stray.
Peter Andersson a.k.a K1chyd - June 16, 2005 - Report this comment
This one was submitted in the early summer of 2003, how did you manage to come across it in March 2004? And what on Earth are you on man? (Whatever it is it must be strong!).
Dylan Baranski - March 07, 2007 - Report this comment
According to what the site says, all votes made from 2002 to 2004 were lost for some reason. Then again, it could've been ignored for a long time until someone found it. I mean, I've been browsing around this site looking at parodies, and I've voted and/or commented on parodies that had been previously untouched. Heck, I've even written a few that people haven't touched yet. Anyways, 5s to this one. (P.S., If anyone knows why all votes made during 2002-2004 were lost, I will E-mail a Dschinghis Khan MP3 to the 1st person to tell me!)

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