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Song Parodies -> "It's Kill Knock 'em Cold For Me"

Original Song Title:

"It's Still Rock and Roll to Me"

Original Performer:

Billy Joel

Parody Song Title:

"It's Kill Knock 'em Cold For Me"

Parody Written by:

Guy DiRito

The Lyrics


Alvin - This "blood's" for you.

What's that chatter in my head that's blaring?
Can't I tell that this tie's not right.
Maybe I could find some young fab trollop,
Wield 'em back, on the rage I thrive.
Found my inn ridin' 'bout late it's funny,
A house guest slashing 'til it ends all bloody runny.
Ain't no body gawkin'at the nude downed
Honey, but it's kill, knock 'em cold for me.

Mom gets madder with each tart arriving,
She can tell lots about their style.
Should I yet beget some fright stall ire,
Where I'm gonna use a durable file,
There are days I might be true semi-mental,
My guest's bed it can proove detrimental.
Hot spunk, cool bunk, leave 'em in the car trunk.
It's kill, knock 'em cold for me.

Oh, it doesn't matter what they say about rapers,
'Cause they always run the same old scene.
There's no new brand around,
But mine can't go to ground, 'til they're gory cut to smithereens...
Ached with her ravaging screams.

Hot about red hair and pink eyeliner,
In some tight worn pair of pants.
We could really have a go tumble baby,
But if we do then I'll have to lance.
Mom hates these honeys it's a true bet she's freakers,
She finds unstylish we're a cheap pair of sneakers.
Half crazed, rant rave, trance dazed, done away
It's still clock 'em cold for me.

Blood is splattered and Mom's loud and seething,
You don't know 'bout her deadly clutch.
In her eyes I must be grade a prudent,
It's bizarre how she thinks; she's touched.
Now I go about a true slashin' honey,
Gotta heed the kook cause her goal's red and runny.
Now my mama's rockin' to a new downed
Honey, It's kill, knock 'em cold for me.

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Pacing: 5.0
How Funny: 5.0
Overall Rating: 5.0

Total Votes: 9

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Old Man Ribber - August 05, 2009 - Report this comment
This is one "killer" song! 5-5-5! ;D
Scared Fiddlegirl - August 05, 2009 - Report this comment
3 5s from the "panic room"
TJC - August 05, 2009 - Report this comment
Guy--great job on a song that's really hard to pull off without a, er, Hitch'!
AFW - August 05, 2009 - Report this comment
Trickty new way to handle the "Psych"
Andy Primus - August 05, 2009 - Report this comment
Really good subbing on this - he sounds like he suffers from bates (noun British informal, dated)

Forgot to say on my comment back to you yesterday - that ad was hilarious. I'd love to hear something like that on UK radio.

Verse 2, line 7, words 1 & 2 - are you aware that that means something completely different to a British person? Look it up if you're not - you'll probably be surprised
Christie Marie M - August 05, 2009 - Report this comment
You sure knocked us dead with your parody, Guy! Or should I say "knocked us cold"! Great Bates parody as well! 5's!
Mark Scotti - August 05, 2009 - Report this comment
Dangerously earning you fives...
Guy - August 05, 2009 - Report this comment
OMR - I wish I could take credit for the Bates Horridy idea but that distinction belongs to our very own Sir Alvin Rhodes. Alvin has no problem with me using his idea. I always try to plug him when I write one - thius the top comment on this parody to him. Thanks OMR.

Fiddlegirl - You don't need the panic room - just stay away from the Bates. Thanks for reading and commenting.

TJC - This is my second time on this OS - It's easier than it seems to pull off. Thanks.

Farce - Thanks - gotta keep trying new angles on the Psycho series. It's amazing that both Alvin and I get as much feedback when we write one of these given the huge number we both have done.

Andy - I looked at the two words that you referenced. As soon as I saw what they were I caught on immediately. I did a google search on the phrase and sure enough I was er "spot" on. I didn't click on any of the hits for fear of what might 'pop up'. I had no idea that it meant something totally different in the UK. I learn something new everyday and you get the credit today - thanks - I think... =;-)

Christie - I love writing these things - Alvin got me hooked but I have to spread them out over time or they lose their entertainment value. And speaking of Alvin - where is he today. He needs to see this. Thanks for paying me some attention today, Christie.
alvin - August 05, 2009 - Report this comment fave of the day...deliciously fun and bouncy.....even bouncier than marion crane's body when she hit the bathroom floor...bravo !
Guy - August 06, 2009 - Report this comment
Alvin - I feed off your "Frenzy" since you hooked me on the macabre with your Psycho parodies. I thank you most appreciatively for giving me an endless supply of fun writing. I guess we're really a couple of sickos but in a good and satirical manner. When I started reading your psycho parodies I'd never seen the 1960 Hitchcock movie and was able to write the first few parodies on "Psycho" just from your ability to write so well. When I finally got a rented copy of "Psycho" I'd already found three sequels to the original. I bought them, watched them and what they gave me was a lot more to write about. I think what makes these parodies work is the use of the psychological and pathological underlying plot to what would just be an average B movie horror flick. I think that if Hitchcock were alive today that he would muse at some of the things we wrote about what he wrote. Thanks for enjoying buddy - it's been my pleasure to make you "LMAO".
Michael Pacholek - August 06, 2009 - Report this comment
Let's see, which joke did nobody beat me to... Real sharp, Guy, real sharp.
Guy - August 06, 2009 - Report this comment
Thanks Michael.

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