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Song Parodies -> "The Parody Of Alex And Uber"

Original Song Title:

"The Wreck Of The Edumund Fitzgerald"

Original Performer:

Gordon Lightfoot

Parody Song Title:

"The Parody Of Alex And Uber"

Parody Written by:


The Lyrics

Well, alex price and I have decided to make a collaboration parody.
The legend lives on from Nevada on down,
Of two people who loved parodies.
One is alex price, who is very nice. But, at times can have a temper.
Next is Uberalex, but nothing ryhmes with alex, so I guess I'll just have to free verse.
They both became friends, will write songs till no end, Cause nothing will ever be worse.

Their first parody was "Bratz Bull****z* we see, That it was pretty popular.
But then one that Cracked ,was Yakkity yak the version of back to the Future.
Well U&a meet, but then they see, that they must think of something.
Then they said "Yeah!", Slight flaw in their plan, Because of Xenu, They knew nothing.
Their Next parody was Netgear Ripoff, we see, But it didn't get anyones' fancy,
But this parody will be better you see, because Their comedy's Combined.

Well The ideas rolled, and their e-mails told, that they needed to come up with something.
alex then came about with this parody now, and Uber agreed on the spot.
Uber began writing the parody you see on your screen presently,
alex got more ideas, Uber added them in, and then, they had the perfect parody.

Uber then sent it on to alex to get done, But the tune, he really did not know.
But then wrote the song, by writing along, To "The Wreck Of Ben Affleck and J.lo".
The Parody's complete, Thinks no-one will compete, With U&as' hardest work in action.
Well now it's relesed, AmIRight's Unleashed the beast,
Now they wait for the publics' reaction.

Does anyone know where the love of god goes, when waiting turns minutes to hours?
U&a agreed, that they should just exceed, and wait till the ninth of September.

Meanwhile they're exposed, like Boogers in a big nose, and alex said: "it'd be super..."
Then they both agreed that they'd call this parody: "The parody of alex and Uber"

The legend lives on from Nevada on down,
from the friends who worked vey hard.
And they want to say, That it'd would be gay, If you called anyone of them, "A Retard"

alex price and Uberalex. 2005

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Pacing: 2.4
How Funny: 2.1
Overall Rating: 2.2

Total Votes: 8

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 1   4
 2   0
 3   2
 4   1
 5   1

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I.R. Babboon - September 09, 2005 - Report this comment
Awesome!!! 555!
Michael Pacholek - September 09, 2005 - Report this comment
Maybe I'm taking this personally, being the king of Edmund Fitzgerald parodies, but... Does anyone know where the common sense goes when a song turns the minutes to hours? Inaccurate pace and no humor in place, it goes over just like cold showers.
Taking Out The Garbage - September 09, 2005 - Report this comment
To say this parody stinks would be an insult to garbage. Just plain awful is the kindest thing I can say about it. I shudder at the thought of how bad it would be if either of you had attempted it alone.
alex price - September 09, 2005 - Report this comment
We worked as hard as we could.
Uberalex - September 09, 2005 - Report this comment
why do you have to be so hard on us? This here was one of the hardest works we did.
Simon Crowell - September 09, 2005 - Report this comment
Why??? To encourage you to take up another don't have a clue about's as simple as that. And We hate to waste time reading awful stuff that shows no promise.
Red Ant - September 09, 2005 - Report this comment
Guys, there are a few things to kind in mind here, like the fact that this song is not easy to parody and probably well out of the range of newer authors (as well as some veterans I'd guess) in terms of difficulty. Also, I'll quote you in the parody here:

"But the tune, he really did not know"......Alex and Uber- I rarely make parodies anymore if I Don't Know The Original Song (DKTOS) well or have it on vinyl/CD and can sing or hum my parodied words over the original. Not sure if downloaded lyrics are accurate for this OS, but relying on them or memory alone (especially for a song of this length) will most likely lead to mistakes. Some of your internal rhymes are good, some not, and a few don't make sense to me.

Keep writing, the fact that you attempted this OS shows promise. Many of my earlier ones were not good. Sorry, I DKTOS here so I can't vote.
Alex and Uber - September 09, 2005 - Report this comment
Thanks Red Ant. We only heard the song once and we remembered it yesterday. so, I (Uber) and me (alex) just wanted to write this parody. It was mainly hard to write. But, we're coming up with much better parodies now.
Michael Pacholek - September 10, 2005 - Report this comment
OK, I admit it, I was a little hard on it. But it's not like I triple-oned it (3-2-2). But rookies should really start on simpler songs before getting into the great story-songs of the Seventies like "The Wreck," "Bohemian Rhapsody," "Taxi," "Paradise By the Dashboard Light," "Blinded By the Light," et al. Think of them as advanced-placement courses. You've gotta walk before you can run.
Arwen - September 11, 2005 - Report this comment
And while those songs, done well, get great reviews...they don't "make" you. I have still yet to conquer any of the "hard" songs, and (almost) everyone loves me. Even Mr. Pacholek.

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