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Song Parodies -> "Ain't No Lunch Left When He's Done"

Original Song Title:

"Ain't No Sunshine When She's Gonee"

Original Performer:

Bill Withers

Parody Song Title:

"Ain't No Lunch Left When He's Done"

Parody Written by:

Alvin Rhodes

The Lyrics

a song about south park's cartman
ain't no lunch left when he's done
gee, i wonder what he weighs
ain't no lunch left when he's done
you'll find that he's left none
everytime...he cleans his plate

ain't no lunch left when he's done
wonder if his tummy aches
ain't no lunch left when he's done
and he'll eat yours too for fun look away

and i hope i hope i hope i hope i hope i hope
i hope i hope i hope i hope i hope i hope i hope

lord, i hope he don't bite his tongue
ain't no lunch left when he's done

ain't no lunch left when he's done
he's had fourteen meals today
ain't no lunch left when he's done
and i bet he weighs a ton
anytime...he climbs the scale
anytime...he climbs the scale
anytime...he climbs the scale

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Pacing: 5.0
How Funny: 4.4
Overall Rating: 4.4

Total Votes: 8

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 5   8

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Chef - February 05, 2004 - Report this comment
Hey, where's ma song, Alvin? Ain't ma Chocolate Salty Balls good 'nuff fo' ya'?
Meriadoc - February 06, 2004 - Report this comment
Okay, Alvin, some constructive criticism here. I think your songs are exceptionally good - your pacing is fantastic and you have a bent for humor. But you gotta lose the South Park theme soon or folks here are going to ignore you and not take you seriously. And I think that would be a terrible shame, 'cus you have wonderful potential. I thoroughly enjoyed and voted on all your generic ones, but the South Park ones I skipped over. You are catering to a special taste with those, and I think you will find yourself short of votes with them at this venue. Maybe you could gather them all and do your own South Park website tribute instead?
Robert J. Pagliaro - February 07, 2004 - Report this comment
Meriadoc - I have great respect for your work and your comments, but I've got to call you on this. You are correct on everything you say except telling him to lose the theme. This guy can write. I'm not sure he cares about the vote count. And, Meriadoc, you of all people know this - because you also are extremly talented (ass-kissing not intended) - as a writer you know when you've produced something good - you just get this feeling. I'd be willing to bet that what you think is your best stuff might not be your most popular and that some of your most popular works you don't believe are your best stuff. Alvin, I say write whatever you want to write but listen to everything else Meriadoc says and read her parodies. (I think you should publish a South Park booklet.)
Guy - February 08, 2004 - Report this comment
Wll done, and so were the meals, burp. Take 5 Tums and write another in the morning.
Johnny D - February 17, 2004 - Report this comment
Alvin, I'm quickly becoming aware of your knack for pacing and internal rhyme - you've got the gift, that's for sure! 5's
Annie - October 12, 2014 - Report this comment
LOL great parody :) And sorry about lunch, I was hungry :P Burrrrrp. lol
alvin - October 12, 2014 - Report this comment
thanks annie
Callmelennie - October 12, 2014 - Report this comment
The Great One speaks! It's interesting to read these reactions to your debut at Amiright, Alvin. I'd have to say they were on the money. After scouring the bowels of the Amiright archives for three years and after reading thousands of parodies, my judgment is that you were the best. A couple of authors might top you in sheer output and/or mind blowing brilliance in word-play (see John Barry and Tommy Turtle) but, you I think, had the most impressive combination of volume, difficulty of songs tackled AND humor. You were always funny ..... And hey, love that ee cummings-esque, no-caps flourish as well

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