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Song Parodies -> "Stacy's Hot Mother"

Original Song Title:

"Sylvia's Mother"

Original Performer:

Dr. Hook

Parody Song Title:

"Stacy's Hot Mother"

Parody Written by:

Michael Pacholek

The Lyrics

I couldn't have been the only one to think of this. But I appear to be the first to have gotten it on the site. And how come nonoe of you have yet turned "Stacy's Mom" into "Stifler's Mom"? Or "Sylvia's Mother" into "Steve Stifler's Mother"? A challenge, ladies and gentlemen... and combinations thereof!
Stacy's hot mother says, "Stacy's not worth it
you don't want my kid, that's for sure."
Stacy's hot mother says, "Stacy's just sixteen
she insufficiently mature."
Stacy's hot mother says, "I know there's someone
who got just your kind of allure."

And the operator says, "Two ninety-five for the next three minutes..."

Please, Mrs. Avery, I just gotta talk to ya.
I'll only keep you awhile.
Please, Mrs. Avery, I just wanna tell ya, you're hot!

Stacy's hot mother says, "Stacy's oblivious
to all of the guys who want me."
Stacy's hot mother says, "Stacy's incredulous
guys want a chick who's fifty-three."
Stacy's hot mother says, "Stacy's ridiculous
she's not the desirable Avery."

And the operator says, "Two ninety-five for the next three minutes..."

Please, Mrs. Avery, I just gotta talk to ya.
I'll only keep you awhile.
Please, Mrs. Avery, I just wanna tell ya, you're hot!

Stacy's hot mother says, "I know you like it
even though it gives your heart pain."
Stacy's hot mother says, "Bring me a condom
'cause Sylvia's going out again."
And Stacy's hot mother says, "Boy, are you coming?
And, boy, won't you please come again?"

And the operator says, "Two ninety-five for the next three minutes..."

Please, Mrs. Avery, I just gotta talk to ya.
I'll only keep you awhile.
Please, Mrs. Avery, I just wanna tell ya, you're hot!
Tell ya, you're hot!
Tell ya, you're hot!
(repeat 'til fade)

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Overall Rating: 3.7

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Melhi - November 17, 2003 - Report this comment
Nice job, Michael, a fun read. Quite an age difference, there! MY mom is 53 and my oldest daughter is older than your Stacy. My youngest, who's in K-garten, now, will be in her 20s by the time I'm Mrs. Avery's age. Wish I could give you extra points just for making me feel young, despite my being old enough to remember when this song was new!! :)
Meriadoc - November 17, 2003 - Report this comment
I like the 'coming' line the best! Very naughty! :-0
Michael Pacholek - November 17, 2003 - Report this comment
That's high praise from Merry.
shaun - November 18, 2003 - Report this comment
totaly GAY!!!
Diva - November 18, 2003 - Report this comment
Michael, Just looking at your intro. What's a "nonoe" ?
ruth46 - November 18, 2003 - Report this comment
I think he means "none". Because if you read the sentence, it says, "how come nonoe of you..."; should most likely be "how come none of you...".
Michael Pacholek - November 18, 2003 - Report this comment
A "nonoe" is something Dan Quayle shouldn't do. Me too, apparently.
Johhny Badnote - November 18, 2003 - Report this comment
I think ruth forty-six is right, in the logical sense. However, I do agree with Michael P, however, since that's probably how Dan Quayle would spell no-no.
Dan Quayle - November 19, 2003 - Report this comment
Actually, I spell it noe-noe.

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