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Song Parodies -> "Goin' Gay, Little Girl"

Original Song Title:

"Go Away, Little girl"

Original Performer:

Donny Osmond

Parody Song Title:

"Goin' Gay, Little Girl"

Parody Written by:

Rick Duncan

The Lyrics

Look at a picture of Donny back then. It makes sense.
Goin' gay, little girl, goin' gay, little girl
I'm putting Judy G. upon my wall
The clothet hath opened wide
The real me can't be denied
I'm looking for thumthing elthe
And it jutht ain't you

I'm goin' gay, little girl, goin' gay, little girl
I'm flirtin' now with gentlemen who are like me
When you look at me and thtare
I jutht want to do your hair
I'm goin' gay, little girl
It'th the way I want to be

Goin' gay
Guyth today
Now I have to work out

Don't show me either of thothe
I jutht want to borrow clotheth
I'm goin' gay, little girl
My hipth now thway, little girl
What ith that you thay, little girl?
Now you're altho going gay?

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Michael Pacholek - February 05, 2004 - Report this comment
Only "back then," Rick?
Adagio - February 05, 2004 - Report this comment
Really funny. Rick!
Take a look at my song, please...http://www.amiright.com/parody/70s/paulsimon43.shtml
I tried to cover a lot of the subjects on the parodies here, but was stymied by the rhyme. Again, a really good job. 5's
Rick D - February 05, 2004 - Report this comment
Rhyming is a big issue with me. Todays "poets" see no need. Or it's okay to just get close. I could lecture about this, but if you look at the songs from even before my time, most of them rhyme perfectly, and the writers always managed to say what they wanted. Even to the novelty songs by Arthur Godfrey and Spike Jones. If you have trouble with a rhyme, change the line before it. Put it in a different place. In what we do here, I often sacrifice grammer and sentence structure for the rhyme. You can get away with a lot more for comedy. This is why serious love songs use the same old lines over and over, and why I generally don't like them. Like I said about twelve notes, there are only a finite number for every word. But that is no excuse not to find some way to work them in AND make sense. Class dismissed.
David Chrenko - February 05, 2004 - Report this comment
Rick, regarding rhyming, it's true that rhyming the sylables takes more effort, and makes for a more cohesive feel. But if we go back a long time ago (when the earth was very green), no back even further...to Biblical times (Wow!). David - not me, but another David was probably the most prolific songwriter of his day. He wasn't bad - all of his published work is still popular in some circles today. They're called the Psalms. You'll find that even in Hebrew, David didn't rhyme his syllables. What was important in his day was to put a concept in one line, and then do a word play off of it in the next line so that the concepts "rhymed". So in a sense "parody" was a huge part of Jewish songwriting of that time. Okay, end of lesson. See why this school has many teachers?
Stray Pooch - February 05, 2004 - Report this comment
Well, Rick, you pretty much hit every gay stereotype you could in this one! I suggest you divert all auxiliary power to forward PC shields!! LOL! Great job!
Tim Hall - February 06, 2004 - Report this comment
I always wondered what would have happened if Steve Lawrence sang this parody. Eydie would have not been pleased. Great job.
Claude Prez - February 06, 2004 - Report this comment
Thuper; I alwayth preferred Tony DeFranco mythelf
sloatead - February 08, 2004 - Report this comment
5-3-3, i hate donny friggin' osmond, and i loathed this song, and i don't much care for the parody either. you loaded it with just about every gay stereotype there is, which i feel is cheap and offensive, and not worthy of what you could have done with the song. don't get me wrong, i'm not gay, (not that there's anything wrong with that) that's not why i find it offensive, i feel the same way about polock jokes, or racial humor. it's also way too easy to get a cheap laugh with that type of humor, and you're really above that, aren't you? okay, i'm done preaching now
Guy - February 08, 2004 - Report this comment
Why do people always say, "Don't get me wrong, I'm not gay" and then turn around and make sure they are being PC by saying next, "(not that there's anything wrong with that)"? Heck, you're right though sloatead, some of my best friends are gay.
Rick D - February 08, 2004 - Report this comment
Sloat, I like you but --1. You mispelled "Pollock", and if you want that cheap laugh, read "Walking on Sunspots" which is in fact based on a stupid Polish joke. (If you want racial humor, see "Baby Is Black") 2. I'm not above anything I think is remotely funny. 3. The original song hints that the girl in question is underage and that's why he wants her to go away. My version just gives another reason, and after I wrote it I decided it was funnier to read with the lisp. 4. Some of my best friends ARE gay. 5. Ironic that you used the word "preachin'" in conjunction with the themes "gay and underage". 6. If out of 360+ parodies, I make gay references 5 or 6 times, I wouldn't call that pickin' on them.
sloatead - February 09, 2004 - Report this comment
i never said you were picking on gays, just pointing out my objections to this one song. most of your songs, i like, just not this one. just my opinion, no big thing
Rick D - February 09, 2004 - Report this comment
Okay. Peace.
J - April 20, 2005 - Report this comment
thats not very funny. just sayin. i actully like that song. and i dont know i just dont get the humor. Donny Osmond gay come on he is married with 5 kids. u can do better than that
Kevin F - May 04, 2005 - Report this comment
Hey J whats that stand for Jackass. u cant criticise peoples work like that just because ur a donny fan. its ok if u like him but this is not a fan based website so u shouldnt be even be on it. i mean i agree with u that its not that great the whole osmond gay thing is overused and unoriginal but u know i dont like ur attitude. but i do agree the song sux. sorry Rick
J - May 04, 2005 - Report this comment
hey what is your problem i was not even talking to you Kevin I can say whatever i want to I am a huge fan not just a fan. i think he is the best singer ever and all i was doing was looking for information on him because i was doing a report and i came across this website and i was offended so sorry. but i do agree on the overused unorriginal part.
Kevin F - May 19, 2005 - Report this comment
J just drop it i think we all understand that u r a big fan of donny ok we understand now go bug someone else
Kevin F - June 28, 2005 - Report this comment
nice try J but i reported your last comment so its gone u really just need to drop it nobodys listening to you. u remind me of my ex wife me and her used to fight because she was a Benny Mardones fan and i thought he was a crook
J - July 25, 2005 - Report this comment
hey kevin good for u just as long as u saw it : )
Kevin F - August 19, 2005 - Report this comment
hey J its been fun. hopefully i run into u again
DJ - December 27, 2005 - Report this comment
I"m gay and I thought it was great - stereotypes and all :)
J - January 30, 2006 - Report this comment
well it sucked
Jackie - October 25, 2007 - Report this comment
Donny Osmond is not gay. He is married with 5 kids and I am not even a fan but I really don't think he is gay.
J - May 07, 2008 - Report this comment
Amen jackie thats what i have been sayin all along

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