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Song Parodies -> "Our Group"

Original Song Title:

"Our House"

Original Performer:

Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young

Parody Song Title:

"Our Group"

Parody Written by:

Paul Robinson

The Lyrics

Crosby, Stills & Nash (and sometimes Young) are one of my favorite groups. But that doesn't mean that don't screw up sometimes. And it sure doesn't mean they can't be subjected to parody treatment. Now I don't know if Stills stills gets sh*t-faced drunk anymore...but...? I've also included an optional Extra Verse in the Post-Parody Comments at the bottom.
You flush the stash
And I'll bail out David from the jail that he's in today
Why'd he have the gun? Is he f*cking crazy?
He might have to spend his whole damn life, his whole damn life in jail
Maybe in jail

How dumb is that?
What's in his head, I just can't figure?
Something must be wrong
What a crazy loon
I thought him rehabilitated, but something did not get through his
crazy head; not through
Did not get through

Our Group, is a very, very, very, fine group
When Crosby's not in jail
I had to make his bail
He does not make this easy, guess that's true

(Many, many, many "la-la's")

Our Group is a very, very, very, fine group
When Stephen isn't drunk
we still have got some spunk
They sure don't make this easy, yes, that's true

You flushed the stash
While I bailed out David from the jail he was in today
(This could be substituted in for either of the other "Our Group" verse's or added as an additional one)Our Group is a very, very, very, fine groupTwo fat guys and a shrimpAt least I'm not a pimpWe might make this look easy, it's not true

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Robert J. Pagliaro - March 14, 2004 - Report this comment
I too am a big fan of CSN and sometimes Y. As SNL said last night, "makes you wonder what he remembered to take with him." I saw them about a year ago and if it wasn't for Young, it would have been pretty bad - Stills forgetting the words to Suite Judy Blues?
alvin rhodes - March 14, 2004 - Report this comment
hilarious....loved it
Paul Robinson - March 14, 2004 - Report this comment
Robert Pagliaro - I wondered that, too. And when EXACTLY did it dawn on him he had forgetten "something"? Probably when he wanted to have a smoke, I imagine...either or that or when he wanted to pull the gun on the aliens he was sure were spying on him from the window ledge of the hotel he was now in. Forget the words to "Suite: Judy Blue Eyes"? I could loan him my "Bleat: Workless Blue Guys" lyrics. They pace really well and then he doesn't have to sing Latin-sounding gibberish at the end. Alvin, thanks again, glad you liked it.
Johnny D - March 15, 2004 - Report this comment
Sad yet funny..... 555 from this ol' CSN fan. I was at a Moody Blues concert in the 90's where Ray Thomas, their flute player, forgot the words to "Legend Of A Mind / Timothy Leary's Dead". The audience laughed as he waved his arms around sheepishly. Then when he sat on a wooden stool and raised his flute to his lips for the flute solo, he said, "Let's see if I can screw THIS". Oh well.... I feel sympathetic.
Paul Robinson - March 15, 2004 - Report this comment
Johnny D - Thanks. Yeah, it hurts to be there when folks you viewed as "Giants" 30 years before end up being only human in the end. I went to a Jethro Tull concert around the end of May or 1st of June in 2002 at the Greek Theatre here in Los Angeles. For those not familiar with the Greek and L.A. weather you can have a very warm 90 degree day turn suddenly quite chilly in the night air up in the little area of the hills, with a VERY rapid change. Anyway, Ian Anderson has had throat problems and had surgery I understand perhaps a year or so before that. The band started the first number with a fairly lengthy instrumental intro and Anderson went forward to start the vocal - he sounded like Donald Duck on helium. The cool, damp night air must have constricted his vocal cords or something. Anyway, to his credit (and possible because of the huge number of songs they have done over the years) they appeared to go to "Plan B" which involved mostly instrumentals over the next 25-30 minutes (and they were hot, too). Caught sight of Anderson drinking a lot of what was probably hot tea or something. When they back to songs with vocals he did a creditable job the rest of the evening. I think a lot of acts would have said, "Sorry, folks, so&so is not well, so we're outta here". But they hung in there and carried on - including an encore.
Bob Gomez - March 15, 2004 - Report this comment
Speaking of Sweet Judy, I saw her (Collins, that is) with Arlo Guthrie at Chautauqua NY last year and she gave a flawless performance, better than ever, in fact. Long live parodies about artists who have passed their prime. d;:^)
Paul Robinson - March 15, 2004 - Report this comment
Bob G - yeah, some of them continue to grow musically and others just continue to grow old. And that makes the music REAL OLD after a while...Thanks. Collins has always been a magnificent performer.
Peregrin - March 15, 2004 - Report this comment
Excellent work, Paul
Paul Robinson - March 15, 2004 - Report this comment
Peregrin - Thanks!
Diva - March 16, 2004 - Report this comment
Great job!
Paul Robinson - March 16, 2004 - Report this comment
Diva - Thanks!
Robert J. Pagliaro - March 16, 2004 - Report this comment
Are you from upstate New York, Bob?

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