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Song Parodies -> "Nyuck, Nyuck, Says Mean Old Moe"

Original Song Title:

"Ohio (Four Dead In Ohio)"

Original Performer:

Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young

Parody Song Title:

"Nyuck, Nyuck, Says Mean Old Moe"

Parody Written by:

Paul Robinson

The Lyrics

Three stooges make ‘whooping' noises
their leader is mean, old Moe
He trips them and then they stumble
‘Nyuck, nyuck” says mean old Moe

Boy, are those guys stupid
Moe's always knocking them down
Slaps them and pulls on their nose
Kicking them, too and
then they fall hard on the ground
They are sure dumb and it shows

(Instrumental & Whooping noises)


Those guys are so stupid
Moe's always punching them ‘round
They're always reeling from his blows
What he does to them
changes their faces to frowns
Watch as their frustration grows

Dumb stooges still take his abuse
He hits them and pulls their nose
A bummer to take that pummeling
“Nyuck, nyuck” says mean old Moe

“Nyuck, nyuck” says mean old Moe
~ ~ ~ (Repeat to fade) ~ ~ ~

(“Whooping”, slapping, hitting, kicking, falling & “Ouching” noises in background)
~ ~ ~ (Out to fade) ~ ~ ~

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Adagio - January 31, 2005 - Report this comment
DKTOS, but I know your pacing...and it's funny!
Rick D - January 31, 2005 - Report this comment
Actually, it's Curly that says "Nyuck, Nyuck", but you really have to be an A-hole nitpicker to point that out.
Johnny D - January 31, 2005 - Report this comment
Fives for this parody? S'oit'n'ly !
Paul Robinson - January 31, 2005 - Report this comment
Rick/Adagio/JD - Thanks! Rick - I just slapped for forehead for that...Ouch!
Paul Robinson - January 31, 2005 - Report this comment
Hey, I just had this hysterical vision a couple hours ago as I was taking a short break at work: Picture "Curly Joe" Crosby, "Larry" Stills, "Moe" Nash, and "Shemp" Young performing this song as they also carry on with the "Stooges" stuff..."Moe" Nash calling "Curly Joe" & "Larry" "knuckleheads", kicking, tripping, gut-punching, nose-twisting while they try and play it. (And he is, after the "Smart One" as far as I or anybody else can tell...)
Stuart McArthur - February 01, 2005 - Report this comment
nnnngh, wise guy, huh? you baggin' da stooges, paul?? Course not - I loved the title best - 555
alvin rhodes - February 01, 2005 - Report this comment
you know, CSN is actually starting to look like the stooges...5s
Johnny D - February 01, 2005 - Report this comment
Alvin, you might have just given Rick D, Paul R, and Johnny D some ideas ...
Paul Robinson - February 01, 2005 - Report this comment
Stuart - thanks! alvin - yeah, that's the image I was having last night after I got home...Crosby is Curly Joe, except with hair...Stills...well - his hair is different from Larry, because he combs across, BUT if he got the middle shaved and had it build straight up, somehow...and Nash COULD get a "Moe" bowl-cut...he actually had a more stylish version of it when he was a young pop-star in the Hollies way back in the mid-sixties...JD - I actually was already starting to work on another CSN parody somewhere along those lines...but I'm not sure where I'm at with it now - I jotted a few notes in a half-awake state this morning before I rushed off to work - I don't even remember the OS I was going to work with...
Michael Pacholek - February 02, 2005 - Report this comment
I'm beginning to think John Lennon stole "I Am the Walrus" from David Crosby. But "the smart one" has to be Neil Young. After all, he's spent most of his career away from the others, and does better when he does. A Southern man may not need him around anyhow, but Crosby, Stills & Nash sure do.

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