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Song Parodies -> "Waited Too Long , I Can't Go"

Original Song Title:

"Just A Song Before I Go"

Original Performer:

Crosby, Stills & Nash (Graham Nash)

Parody Song Title:

"Waited Too Long , I Can't Go"

Parody Written by:

Paul Robinson

The Lyrics

Well, CSN always has good songs to parody. This one was inspired by Guy DiRito's recent entry, which I don't recall the title of right now. (I'll make a comment with that parody reference later). Thanks for the inspiration, Guy. When I finished reading, grading and commenting on your "pee" parody I found I had to go really bad and next thing I knew (after I was finished with that task, of course) was I was typing out a new entry to submit.
Just a squeeze to make it flow
I need to pass some urine
When it finally does come out
I'm hoping it won't burn

Standing o'er the toilet
I had to pee real bad
But I could not get any out
It made me really sad

I felt pain in my bladder
My nuts were turning blue
My teeth began to chatter
Relief was overdue

Groaning rather desparately
I'd held it way too long
To finally get some to come out
I had to shake my dong

Here is something you should know
I hope you take this clue
When you hold it much too long
This might happen to you

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Guy - January 26, 2004 - Report this comment
I think 'your're in' with this one Paul. Fine job and good to the last drop.
Johnny D - January 26, 2004 - Report this comment
Hehheh hehheh you said "dong" hehheh hehheh
Jeff Reuben - January 26, 2004 - Report this comment
As a resident expert on pee parodies, I thought this was a good one!
Paul Robinson - January 26, 2004 - Report this comment
Guy - I knew I could count on you for a "fair shake" here. Johnny D - Desperate men do desperate things...I'd say it might put me on the road to hell, but it would just be a re-opening of a section that had been closed for remodeling. The last time I ran a Car Wash (1985 - 1986, Crenshaw Car Wash, just below the Baldwin Hills area of Los Angeles, CA), my Guatamalan-born Line Manager (Marco Cancino, bless him, a fantastic guy) used to say "You never, never, not gonna do that". If you're confused as to what that means I'll translate: "DON'T DO THAT". If you were there and had this very intense, wiry little man glaring at you when he said it you would not have any problem understanding what he was trying to communicate. Sometimes he did add another "NEVER" for more emphasis. Very clear...Thanks for the votes, guys. OH...Guy's parody that enabled me to finally dribble this one out was posted 1/25, "Fellow Get Off the Commode", which many of you have already discovered, as I noticed his "vote bowl" was full and waiting to be flushed to make room for more votes. Hey, next one to use it please put the seat down, there are ladies on this site, you know...
Jan Unwin - January 26, 2004 - Report this comment
Almost burst a kidney laughing. BTW, I must have missed the mention in the "comments" section, and it only seems to go back a few days. So what exactly is a "Jan Unwin" week? Do I get to take the week off at work? Will there be a parade?
Rick D - January 26, 2004 - Report this comment
Jan, no. You get a few compliments from the nicer people on this site and the warm glow of appreciation from fellow weirdos. Paul, Mari and I wrote a song called "I Waited For So Long That Now I Can't Go". The joke is that it's about a woman having second thoughts about an impending marriage after a lengthy courtship. Of course, you know where we were sitting when the idea was "born". But the ironic thing is that I tried a few times to mock this Graham Nash song, and couldn't quite do it. You nailed it just as if I had made the connection. I notice that I am "borrowing" from my own originals to come up with ideas for some of these parodies. Isn't that backward?
Paul Robinson - January 26, 2004 - Report this comment
Jan Unwin - There is a "Secret" place on this site that people apparently only find out about when they see someone else mention a week has been appropriated to honor their parody talents and they start getting desperate to see what nice things have been said about them (like I did) and start begging for help in finding it. Actually that's complete BS but it is how it seems to work. Melhi was gracious enough to point my clueless self to the location. Here: on the left hand side of the screen in the "green" area below "Other Stuff" you will see "Messageboard". Enter into there and then go down the list about 10 or so items until you see "Song Parody's". Go there and look for "Jan Unwin Appreciation Week" 2nz has been working with ChuckyG to post a different author each week (and doing a very fine and diligent job, I might add) to spotlight and the week ending this Sunday is yours, I believe. You can also make comments in that section, but they only get posted over there. So Congrats on the honor. OH...Thanks for the comment; not to be pushy but did you vote or was this a "DKTOS" to you? I know Guy & Johnny D voted because I had 2 total votes when I thanked them this morning. Only one vote since then but 3 more comments have been made that seem rather positive so either I've got two "forgots", "DKTOS's" or the site might have a counting problem, which would be a big surprise to me and an extremely rare occurence.
Johnny D - January 26, 2004 - Report this comment
I'm a fellow weirdo! And I'll prove it right now. The pink socks were originally from 1952. But they went to Mars in 1953.
Paul Robinson - January 26, 2004 - Report this comment
Johnny D - Uhhh,,,,do I have my Tin-Foil hat adjusted wrong? EVEN I can't figure out what you're talking about here. But I guess that does prove your point. OK Johnny, I'll admit it, you are at least SOMEWHERE near as weird as me. I won't say you EXCEED because you could be hiding some normalcy out of sight of this site, but you are certainly in the running. Rick D - It's kinda funny you've had trouble parodying THIS song because I've seen you do some great ones on CSN songs that were EXTREMELY difficult to work with (Your "Suite: Judy Blue Eyes", masterpiece comes to mind immediately but there are others, too). Jeff Reuben - Thanks! OH..did you guys vote? (Nag, Nag, Nag)...(I know JD did)...
Paul Robinson - January 26, 2004 - Report this comment
OH, JAN - Forgot to answer part of your question about your "Appreciation Week". YES, you CAN take the week off from work. However, if your boss is anything like any of the ones I've had he'll probably get really pissed off at you. You might not get paid either. But hey, don't let that spoil a potentially really bitchin' week. If you are still unable to see your way clear to take the time off you might derive some satisfaction in knowing that I HAVE the week off, and then next one, and the next one, probably the one after that, and on., etc. (my position became "non-existent" as of 12/31, however, I will hasten to add that right now I'm not particularly sorry, although I do miss my former workmates).
2nz - January 27, 2004 - Report this comment
I don't wanna 'Blue ball' ya on this one, but DKTOS. However, I owe ya for your many visits so if I come across a sample, I guarantee I'll be back. And congrads Jan. Enjoy your week. :c)
Mari D - January 27, 2004 - Report this comment
Paul -- ha ha ha ha! I don't think that some of your advice would help me, though (the shaking part, of course). Can you just see CSN doing this? I don't know about the socks, but the elephant stood on one leg and we ate bagels. What year was that?
Paul Robinson - January 27, 2004 - Report this comment
Mari D - Yes, I can see (well, ahh..."imagine" I suppose would be a better choice of words here) your point. Hey, perhaps one of our fine parody writer's of the female gender could offer some suggestions in that area. Do you happen to know of any? There's one I owe a parody suggestion to for my piece about the dangers of eating "Feline Pine" catbox filler. CSN doing this? WOOOOHHH, that image REALLY cracks me up, especially with Nash doing it with his fine, high voice (do you think he should sing it the same way or with his voice cracking a bit at the "desperate" stages of the song?) Wow, I'm getting these clues of pink socks originally from 1952, going to Mars in 1953, and elephants standing on one leg and eating bagels from people who normally make a whole hell of a lot more sense than I do. So either I'm in "Bizarro-World amiright.com" or I'm not putting some obvious stuff together ...Let's see, Bagels...I did a parody of "Fly LIke an Eagle" using that... Elephants...parody of CCR's "Lookin' Out my Back Door" about being a loony-psychotic. Wait, did the original song for this piece and each of those other parodies come out the same year? No, I don't think so, the CCR piece was earlier than "Just A Song" ..EHHHH!!!...OH, OH...the buzzer! my time is up...Need more clues....hmmm....no....don't take any type of stimulant, maybe sedatives??

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