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Song Parodies -> "Ygritte-y Love"

Original Song Title:

"Dirty Love"

Original Performer:

Frank Zappa

Parody Song Title:

"Ygritte-y Love"

Parody Written by:


The Lyrics

This Game of Thrones parody was buzzing in my head for weeks, but it wasn't until the Final Episode that I finally figured out how to end this song in true Zappa-esque fashion (If you didn't follow GoT, see bottom comments for synopsis of the romance between Jon Snow and Ygritte)
Give me ... Ygritte-y love
The way you'd surrender to the King Beyond the Wall
Give me .. Ygritte-y love
I need your help to dupe the King Beyond the Wall
I'll become your virgin beaux-ah
You know nothing, sweet Jon Snow-ah
C'mon and "do it" with a Crow-ah
Sweet Ygritte-y love ... Your Ygritte-y love ... Ygritte-y love ...

Give me ... Ygritte-y love
Like some tacky little subplot in the epic Game of Thrones
Give me ... Ygritte-y love
I don't believe I've ever kissed you there before
I'll pretend to consumate 'er
Gain the trust of ol' Mance Rayder
Till the day that I turn traitor
To Ygritte-y love ....Ygritte-y love .... Ygritte-y love ...

Give me ... Ygritte-y love
Just like your lover stalks to get the drop on you
Give me ... Ygritte-y love
The way your lover pulls her bowstring back to shoot
I'll ignore her icy glare-oh
Cause I cut her to the marrow
Now I'll suffer slings and arrows
Of Ygritte-y love (aaugh) Ygritte-y love (aaugh) Ygritte-y love ...

The Wilding sights (Look out, Snowe-y)
The Wilding shoots it (Lands it!)
The Wilding sights (Look out, Snowe-y)
The Wilding shoots it (Lands it!)
The Wilding sights (Look out Snowe-y)
The Wilding shoots it (Look out!)
The Wilding sights (Look out, Snowe-y)
The Wilding shoot it (Not an ounce of mercy!)
The Wilding sights (Look out Snowe-y)
The Wilding shoot it (Nothing but the best for her Crow traitor)
Plot synopsis for those not following Game of Thrones. Jon Snowe, a member of the Knights Watch, poses as a lover to Ygritte, a female warrior of the enemy Wildings. He does this to convince Mance Rayder, the King Beyond the Wall, that he has turned his coat. Eventually, Jon shows his true colors when ordered to kill one of his countrymen and kills several Wildings instead. At which point, the humiliated Ygritte, an expert archer, follows and gets the drop on Jon Snowe, and hits him with three arrows

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Pacing: 4.3
How Funny: 4.3
Overall Rating: 4.3

Total Votes: 12

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Phil Alexander - June 12, 2013 - Report this comment
Ygritte knew exactly what Jon Snow was: too honorable for a "just following orders" defence, but too honorable not to follow orders he'd promised he would.. Still, what's three arrows through one of the heros of the story, eh?
Callmelennie - December 09, 2013 - Report this comment
The shooter sights; look out Snowe-y; The shooter sends it (Lands it!) .... Missed it by THAT much
Callmelennie - February 01, 2014 - Report this comment
The shooter sights, Come on, Wenchy; The shooter loosed it (Lands it!) .... Better late than never. And yo, where da love from all da Zappatistas, and I know you're out there. Where da Zappa posse at? This is the only parody of "Dirty Love" in the runes and annals of Amiright
Claude Prez - May 26, 2014 - Report this comment
This is great; love the "suffer slings and arrows" line especially

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