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Song Parodies -> "Norman Saved His Wife Tonight"

Original Song Title:

"Someone Saved My Life Tonight"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Elton John

Parody Song Title:

"Norman Saved His Wife Tonight"

Parody Written by:

Guy DiRito

The Lyrics

This parody depicts parts from sequel II, III and IV. In sequel IV, Bates is happily married but plans to kill his wife because she becomes pregnant with his child against his wishes. Abortion was out of the question for his wife, Connie who was a nurse at his treatment center. He wanted the defective genetics to end with him. He regains his senses when he is about to murder her and burns the house down along with his mother. The story ends with his mother's voice yelling at him to get her out of a closed room. (HMM - Is she really out of his mind?)

CCH Pounder plays Fran Ambrose, a radio talk show host on station KTK. Bates is tuned in and his interest is peaked by the subject matter being discussed which is matricide. He calls for several nights until they figure out who he is and that he is planning to kill again but they learn too late and can do nothing to prevent it. The parody depicts an ending but you may want to see the movie if you have not because I rarely write things that are true and usually write flamboyant and controversial materials in order to get a rise from you readers. If you think you have me figured out, I'd say you would most likely need to do some re-thinking.

One of these days I'll write a biography for the author's page but I'm not ready to do that just yet.

For a Youtube look & listen to Elton John's OS of "Someone Saved My Life Tonight" click HERE

I had to include a secondary youtube because of what it says about the OS that is so true of the parody as well. Give a look and listen and see what I mean. Click HERE . to view.

The 1st Youtube is a splendid video of "The Silence of the Lambs" with Anthony Hopkins and Jodie Foster. The video fits the parody theme nicely due to its dark theme. The 2nd Youtube is more about the song. Enjoy - they are both excellent.

As my shrink reposed; Ceased trends quite, buggy sights,
Was certain gone in that little room downstairs.
Is she gone oh Lord? She really could have been there,
Spitting out her winces nursed with her "eugenic" stare.
After twenty years now I don't hear her anymore.
I've falled Chet crazed he's late-ly,
The tenants there roping pounds with crazed bent whores.

Woo-oo-oo-oo-oo-oo

Did Norman stave with knife last night? Silver ware... (silver ware)
She's morose how she looks empty his mother, dear.
He merely cannot cope this ride,
Altered-downed, flipped-o-tized,
She'd lead him whimpered boy in fear.
He's his mother's guy.
But mother's guy can't see the why.
Die today, hide away, why, why?

Woo-oo-oo-oo-oo-oo-oo

She's ever terrorized of massing powers from lightning showers,
She'd flip loose panging at the sparkness scenes.
Entangled by a haunted ghostal being,
Found his porn out-layed; Quite the mom-no-mating mean,
As for your cock, it's abhorring.
Damn it pissin's all it should.
Such creepy mental health their plight.
Slayed and shrined, It's odd so manic still survive.

Oh-oh-oh-oh-oh

Did Norman slay with knife tonight? Sugar bare, (sugar bare) (sugar bare)
Such sucrose; Lad he looks he sees inched in near.
She clearly had disrobed then died,
Watered down, ripped up thighs,
Sees bleedin' sister freshly speared,
To his mother cries,
Yells bloody thighs, oh gee he sighs,
Psyched away, striked away, my, my...

Woo-oo-oo-oo-oo-oo-oo

As he stood half shocked head gone memory seeps out in slivers,
Ringing out the shocks and bonds.
Playing your ragey commands together.
Uncov'ring place of mourning in a truck he brought you home.
Norman slayed a life last night, Norman slayed a life last night
Norman slayed a life last night, Norman slayed a life last night
Norman slayed a life last night,
She gave him strain he done them killed he slayed alone.

How Norman saved his wife tonight. Broke her chair. (broke her chair) (broke her chair)
She came close as she looked at me, lost my fear.
She clearly had me scoped and tried,
Falter-bound, tripped-no-tized,
Cede bleedin' whimpers in my ear,
You're an utter lie,
And utter lies with me don't fly.
Die away, die today, bye, bye.

Norman saved, Norman saved, Norman saved his wife tonight.
Norman saved, Norman saved, Norman saved his wife tonight.
Norman saved, Norman saved, Norman saved his wife tonight.
Norman saved, Norman saved, Norman saved his wife tonight.
Norman saved, Norman saved, Norman saved his wife tonight.

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alvin - February 06, 2008 - Report this comment
beautifully done.....i didn't see the sequels....glad to know ol' norm is still doing what he does best...lol...silverware !
Johnny D - February 06, 2008 - Report this comment
The freaky thing about this parody is how easy it is to hear Elton John's voice singing it, due to Guy DiRito's masterful syllable-matching. 5s
H. Lecter - February 07, 2008 - Report this comment
Too bad this boy is such an amature - he never really gets a taste for his work.. There is no science to his jams.. And they thought I was crazy.

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