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Song Parodies -> "Crocodile Suicide"

Original Song Title:

"Rock And Roll Suicide"

Original Performer:

David Bowie

Parody Song Title:

"Crocodile Suicide"

Parody Written by:

Alvin Rhodes

The Lyrics

you tease that croc a bit
poke around his mouth
he bites off one finger
then another finger
then you neck and head
you're down the maw, falling
you're gobbled
yes, you've been et
oh oh oh oh
you're a crocodile suicide

this old fellow chews you
completely consumes you
yes, this croc bites so patiently, till you're gone
and the beast seems so happy
getting raw meat
and it don't take too long
oh oh oh oh
you're a crocodile suicide

this guy was snarling
as you stumbled to his abode
then his jaws grasp your head
he's in hungry mode
he pulls you down to the shallows
then he thrashes, rolls and winds
its natural here...to fidget...these kinds

oh no dude...he's gnawed your bones
you're killing yourself...can't come up for air
you got your head all mangled up
but it seems that you don't really care

oh no dude...he's sawed your bones
red matter...where you once had been
red splatters...you're no match for him
teeth like knives meet to lacerate your brain
fight was unfair...wow...i bet that you're in pain

he's gnawed your bones...chomped most viciously
he's gnawed your bones...munching merrily

he's gnawed your bones...up floats a hand
he's gnawed your bones...up floats a hand
he's gnawed your bones...up floats a hand



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Pacing: 4.7
How Funny: 5.0
Overall Rating: 4.9

Total Votes: 9

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Peregrin - April 08, 2008 - Report this comment
5s from Ziggy, with my compliments, alvin :)
Jason - April 08, 2008 - Report this comment
Also 555s from me as well :-)
alvin - April 08, 2008 - Report this comment
thanks peregrin and jason....i visited the alligator and crocdile farm in st. augustine, florida a couple of years ago....i don't think i'd choose his form of self-exiting
2Eagle - April 08, 2008 - Report this comment
I never went to any croc farms, but you must remember that incident at the San Francisco zoo where some drunken boys were mauled by a tiger because they provoked her.
LittleCupCakes - April 08, 2008 - Report this comment
Sir Alvin, ~Duke o'Swerve~, this is a little too raw for me . . . horrifying ! I detest 'gators & crocs. I'll make an offering to the god of ~SOBEK~ ^^^=^=^=^====---+
Meriadoc - April 08, 2008 - Report this comment
Loved teh way you worked out the original finger lines! :-D
alvin - April 08, 2008 - Report this comment
thanks 2eagle....yep, i remember...not good to tease dangerous critters...thanks littleCupCakes......sorry tio horrify....had to look up SOBEK....ah, the crocodile god, very cool....thanks merry....that was my favorite part too !
John Barry - April 08, 2008 - Report this comment
Not only did I laugh my alligator off, I loved the nearly matter-of-fact tone paired with the subject matter.
alvin - April 08, 2008 - Report this comment
thanks john

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