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Song Parodies -> "Cold is "Ice""

Original Song Title:

"Cold As Ice"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Foreigner

Parody Song Title:

"Cold is "Ice""

Parody Written by:

Guy DiRito

The Lyrics

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He's pure gold, this "Ice",
Does killing, he'll whack if priced enough.
He's ever so precise,
He will fillet and slice your foe.

He'll clean up a war,
He'll cap them, drop a dime.
He'll even the score,
And leave their hurled behinds.

He's digging for mole,
Who's crowing away.
With torture and drilling,
There's no way won't say.

Here's some cold advice,
Fresh killing just pack in ice, then lug.
Don’t want parasites.
'Round decay, they lay like rice, that go.

Moe Greene [1] learned the score,
They capped him through the eye.
Opposing hardcore,
He peeved the wrong mob guy.

Some frigging wise told,
He's going away.
His future has dealings,
When "Ice" makes his play.

Roll-oll-oll on-on-on "Ice",
You know what you are,
Stroll-oll-oll on-on-on "Ice",
As cold as ice is he,
Cold is "Ice".

So cold is "Ice", cold is "Ice", ask Moe...
Oh yes ask Moe.
So cold is "Ice", cold is "Ice", ask Moe...
Oh yes ask Moe.

[1] Moe Greene (Moe Greene Special)

Soure of the information below courtesy of Wikipedia.com

Moe Greene is a fictional character appearing in Mario Puzo's 1969 novel The Godfather and the first installment of the The Godfather trilogy of films, in which he was portrayed by actor Alex Rocco. Greene's character is heavily based on real-life gangster Bugsy Siegel.

In his younger days, Greene was one of the top killers in Murder, Inc. He is credited with helping turn Las Vegas into a gambling and entertainment city, bringing the interests of the most powerful organized crime organizations in the world to the town. Among these was Don Vito Corleone, who bankrolled the creation of Greene's first hotel-casino. In return, Moe took the Don's son Fredo under his wing during the war between the Five Families in New York. Although Fredo was greatly influenced by the city and Greene, family heir Michael Corleone disapproved of the effect on his brother, whom Greene reportedly chastised and slapped around in public.

At a meeting with Greene, Michael expressed his disapproval and, perhaps partially motivated by Fredo's disgrace, made a stern offer to buy out Greene's entire interest in the casino as part of the Corleone's relocation to Nevada. Offended, Greene angrily refused, claiming that the Corleones had neither the favor nor the muscle required to drive him out of the business. In the film, he belittles Michael's credentials as a mob boss, saying, "I made my bones when you were going out with cheerleaders!". In return, Michael has him murdered, although the method differs between the book and the film.

In the novel Greene is murdered by Michael Corleone's bodyguard and lieutenant Albert Neri not long after the meeting in Las Vegas. On the airplane ride home Michael asks Neri, "Did you make him good?" To this question Neri taps his head and responds, "I got Moe Greene mugged and numbered up here." Not long afterward Neri goes to Las Vegas as the family representative at the funeral of family friend Nino Valenti. During the course of that trip, Greene is assassinated.

In the film Michael lets the matter rest until the day of his nephew's baptism, when he has Greene killed as part of his sweeping revenge on enemies of the family. In one of the most famous scenes of the film, Greene is shot clean through the eye while getting a massage in one of his hotels. The method in which he is killed, where the victim is shot through the eye, came to be known as a "Moe Greene Special." In real life, Bugsy Siegel was shot twice in the head, however one bullet struck the bridge of the nose and passed behind his left eye, causing it to be blown from the socket. A widely-published photo of Siegel's body on a couch with the left eye missing and the second head wound unclear, led to the myth that he had been shot through that eye.

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Mark Scotti - September 04, 2009 - Report this comment
Dont cross da boss!! A 555 caliber "hit"!
blackjack21 - September 04, 2009 - Report this comment
This parody is cool like a body on ice. Three grisly fives.
Timmy1000 - September 04, 2009 - Report this comment
Always like the mob parodies.
FiddleMoll - September 04, 2009 - Report this comment
No one, but *no one* writes mob parodies like dis guy...
metaphorsbwithu - September 04, 2009 - Report this comment
What a Wise Guy! Very cool OS and this is very nice adaption. I remember a short film by Gary Weis on SNL featuring this song. Actually, once you saw it you never forgot it. 555 for bringing back a chilling memory!
DJ Blaze - September 04, 2009 - Report this comment
The master of mob strikes it rich again! 555
Christie Marie M - September 04, 2009 - Report this comment
This satire will definitely give me the chills! This is one "Ice" you don't want to pick on! 555's!
AFW - September 05, 2009 - Report this comment
This is cool...the iceman cometh!
adagio - September 05, 2009 - Report this comment
Always ahead of me AFW.

Guy, you like parodies like this lately it seems. It's really good, but Icey! :) 5's
Guy - September 07, 2009 - Report this comment
Mark - Crossin' the boss will get you one cross. RIP. Thanks.

A♣ J♣ - It's just another Icecapade. Thanks much.

Timmy1K - I'll keep writing them because folks like you enjoy them. Thanks.

Fiddlegirl - I come by it naturally. It's in the blood. Thanks.

Forsby - Unfortunately I missed that SNL skit. Did they use this OS iin mob fashion? It fits mobishness. Much appreciate your comment.

DJ - It's just a mobby hobby of mine. Thanks.

Christie Marie - ICE PICK on - Oh I get it. Actually the Ice pick is one of Ice's favorite tools of his trade.

Farce - This Iceman never misses an appointment. He is very Punctureal. Thanks for commenting.

Pat - I'm sort of hooked on writing them right now. Thanks.
metaphorsbwithu - September 08, 2009 - Report this comment
@Guy D - No, not a mob theme, though pretty bloody. More like a woman scorned. It was one of my favorite SNL eposodes from the early years, the third season with host Christopher Lee, musical guest Meat Loaf, and some funny horror-based skits. Maybe you can track the episode down.
Doc M - September 08, 2009 - Report this comment
Nice. This parody is cool- literally. 555! Now that's what I call eye scream.
Guy - September 08, 2009 - Report this comment
Forsby - It must have been late October of maybe 1978 or 1979. Sounds like it would be close to Halloween. I scan the www for it. Tnanks.

Doc M. I do a lot of mob stuff - this is just the latest installment. Some of it flows from parody to parody in a kind of a story line. There are all kinds of characters and "Ice" gets into a lot of the mob stuff that I do. It all started with the Billy Joel OS "Piano Man". The parody was "Paisano Man". Thanks for reading and commenting.

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