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Song Parodies -> "He's Still Stabbin'"

Original Song Title:

"I'm Still Standing"

Original Performer:

Elton John

Parody Song Title:

"He's Still Stabbin'"

Parody Written by:

Guy DiRito

The Lyrics

Another Alvin Rhodes' inspired Norman Bates "Psycho" parody. I now have three of these out. It's a trillogy of a killogy. Thanks Alvin - this one's for you as are the other two. Thanks for getting me onto doing these. They are quite entertaining to write. Alvin, you are the undisputed master of Bates' parodies. I stand in your shadow, sir.



She could never know when he'll strike,
The blood and water pleases him so nice.
And there's a cold stoney rite, that mind's askew,
His mind is such a wreck inside, maligned he basks infused.

He's on the brink like cruel evil clever twin,
Well look and see, he's on attack again.
He got a taste for blood, it's his symbol, hey.
He makes them bleed and throw, as he kills stabbin', they just fade away.

Watch him go; He's still stabbin', bladder and the liver did,
Lookin' like there's no survivor, peelin' back the knife he slid.
He's still stabbin' after all his crime,
Sticking them to pieces with his knife, whimped out mom did unkind.

He's still stabbin'. jab jab jab,
He's still stabbin'. jab jab jab,

Waits them ever would soap their skin,
He's startin' on his load peeking in on them.
He's threat to maids he's bent on cut them down,
And if his lust just short one circuit, he'd be aground by now.

Hey you, Norman, still stabbin, better than you ever did,
You are just a rue depriver, stealing out the life you rid.
He's still stabbing, laughter swells his mind,
Picking them to pieces as he slices wigged out he's mal-aligned.

He's still stabbin'. jab jab jab,
He's still stabbin'. jab jab jab,

------ Instrumental ------

He can't whoa, he's still stabbin', get her with the knife he slid,
He's a very shrewd conniver, feelings he does keep quite hid.
He's still stabbin', traps her in good time,
Sticking up he greases out her life, without the slightest mind.

He's still stabbin'. jab jab jab,
He's still stabbin'. jab jab jab,
He's still stabbin'. jab jab jab,
He's still stabbin'. jab jab jab,
He's still stabbin'. jab jab jab,
He's still stabbin'. jab jab jab,

------ Fade ------

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Jack Wilson - January 16, 2008 - Report this comment
Going through an Elton John phase? Awesome job,5s
alvin - January 16, 2008 - Report this comment
lol...your best psycho parody yet...especially liked the "bladder and the liver did" and "jab jab jab"...great job
AFW - January 16, 2008 - Report this comment
Quite graphic and compliments the movie...you and alvin seem to be carrying on for Alfred in parody style
2Eagle - January 16, 2008 - Report this comment
I wonder if he designed that big grey house upon the hill in Burbank.
Peregrin - January 16, 2008 - Report this comment
Sharp parody, Guy!
Guy - January 17, 2008 - Report this comment
Jack - Yes - I'm on about Elton & Billy Joel OS themes lately. I like their lyrics and they fit fine for my style of writing. More to come. Another Elton OS parody is due out today. Thanks.

Alvin - So glad that you can share your ideas with other writers without feeling hostile - It shows that you truly enjoy the art and are well adjusted with your writing. You are good enough at writing to know that no one could ever be a threat to your intellectual property. I like that and thanks for your encouragement - like I need any encouragement LOL.

AFW - Thanks - I love Alvin's parody and believe that imitation is the sincerest form or flattery. I will most likely carry on in Alvin's tradition but will always give him the credit of the original idea. Thanks.

@Eagle - I had the same thought even though I have yet to see "Psycho" I saw that house on a trailer on Youtube. Thanks for your comment.

Pip - Yes - As I understand it, Norman keeps his tools extremely sharp - Thanks!

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