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Song Parodies -> "In My Mind I'm One Of The Three Stooges"

Original Song Title:

"Carolina In My Mind"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

James Taylor

Parody Song Title:

"In My Mind I'm One Of The Three Stooges"

Parody Written by:

Paul Robinson

The Lyrics

WHOOP-BOOP-BOOP-BOOP!!
In my mind I'm one of the Three Stooges
Sometimes I'm the Moe guy
Sometimes the Curly Joe guy
But everyone seems to wonder why
I act so weird sometimes
They don't know I'm with the Stooges in my mind

Larry, he's a silly one
He get's on Moe's nerves all the time
Get's kicked and falls down to the ground
Then Moe twists on his ear;
Then Larry's shouting;
"Please don't twist my ear if you don't mind"

There ain't no doubt that Moe's unkind
He loves to boss the other's 'round
Kicks and trips them all the time
Then maybe he'll poke their eyes
While saying, "Nyuck, nyuck,
You imbeciles are messed up in your minds"

In my mind I'm one of the Three Stooges
When I'm not the Moe guy
I could be the Curly Joe guy
Or Larry, the frizzy-headed guy
Moe kicks them from behind
Yes, I'm hangin' with the Stooges in my mind

Moe's quite violent and uptight
Think he might just hurt somebody soon
Bares his teeth and starts to bite
At times he'll begin growling
He's beyond controlling
He bites the other Stooges from behind

Then mean old Moe he bopped my nose; I see stars all around
Now I find I'm whooping like a loon
And it looks like this abuse will just go on forever
It drives me crazy
So, I'm stranglin' that damned Moe guy from behind

(COURTROOM SCENE - Sanity Hearing at Murder Trial)

(Judge): "In your mind you think you're in the Stooges
Now you must be confined
That man you killed wasn't Moe, guy"
So now I know when I hear that line
That says, "Justice is blind"
It's because some fruitcake poked out both her eyes

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Pacing: 5.0
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Overall Rating: 5.0

Total Votes: 2

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Rick D - February 19, 2004 - Report this comment
Welcome back Paul. You'll notice I did "Dark Star" like we talked about. I also did a stooges one to the beatle song "Things We Said Today"
Paul Robinson - February 19, 2004 - Report this comment
Rick D - Thanks, good to be back. My PC won't be arriving until around March 1, so I'm still scrambling for on-line time. By coincidence I submitted my somewhat questionable "Dark Star" parody with a couple minor changes last night but it appears to have gotten caught in censor-city. Anyway, since you posted this one today I guess I'll re-work mine some more unless it still goes up as submitted. I'm putting a couple more up tomorrow - submitted them already. Won't be censor problems with those.
Diva - February 19, 2004 - Report this comment
I enjoyed it, Paul.
Mari D - February 19, 2004 - Report this comment
This was fun, especially the line about Moe kicking them from behind. Now you've got me curious about the subject matter of your "Dark Star" parody.
Johnny D - February 19, 2004 - Report this comment
Fives? SOITIN'LY !!
mac - February 19, 2004 - Report this comment
Funny!
Paul W. - February 19, 2004 - Report this comment
Mo' like this!555
Guy - February 19, 2004 - Report this comment
Paul - I have a swiss cheese memory of this song, but I can tell by reading it that it paces well and from what the others are saying it looks good to me. Oh, look at the grouse, nyuk, nyuk. 5s, friend.
Paul Robinson - February 20, 2004 - Report this comment
Thanks for the read and the votes! Looks like I've encountered the "1" and only "1-derer" again here (or else someone who hates all thing Stooge). Not to worry, glad most of you enjoyed this one. Mari D - The "Dark Star" parody I referenced was the one I showed Rick at your place...he coaxed me into singing it while you played the piano. About half-way through I think I stopped or at least started mumbling the words. If you're REALLY curious I could e-mail it to you but you might have to wear some sort of protective eyewear to read it.
Paul Robinson - February 20, 2004 - Report this comment
Gosh, thought I replied and thanked everybody already but I don't see my comment from this evening here...Hey, wait a minute, I DID already comment here tonight! I remember writing a note to Mari D concerning the "Dark Star" parody she was wondering about...Well, have an extra comment...
Dee Range - August 05, 2004 - Report this comment
Paul, you certainly know your stooges, my friend.I had to tear myself away from this turn on the VCR for more shenanagans from my boys. Very well done, 5's across the board
Paul Robinson - August 05, 2004 - Report this comment
Thanks, Dee. Glad you liked it.

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