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Song Parodies -> "Hooters"

Original Song Title:

"Sunshine On My Shoulders"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

John Denver

Parody Song Title:

"Hooters"

Parody Written by:

Bob Gomez

The Lyrics

Something to get my mind off the election.
Hooters
As a restaurant
Makes me happy--
Hooters
In my eyes can make me cry--
Hooters
Where the waitstaff
Is so bub-bly--
Face it
I'm a Hooters kind of guy!

When I need a nip
I go to Hooters
For a meal, a snack or cherry pie--
A couple beers, three brats, and oyster shooters--
"I'll be your waitress" always makes me sigh!

Hooters,
They've got boulders
In their titslings--
Hooters,
Where D cups do runneth o'er--
Hooters
Near my cheekbones
Look so snuggly--
Hooters
Where there's lift-off
But indoors!

"What's the daily special?"
"We've got melons...."
"I'll say you do--
What else is fresh tonight?"
"Chicken-fried flank steak
And breast of chicken, too--"
"I'll have the breasts, the flanks,
Buns on the side."

Hooters'
Main attraction's
Not the menu--
Don't know why I'm here night after night--
When I make a pass
Those babes just snub me!
Guess I'll hang my tongue out till it's dry!

ęBob Gomez 2004

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Johnny D - November 01, 2004 - Report this comment
Sounds like my kind of place! 555D!
2Eagle - November 01, 2004 - Report this comment
I wish there was a place where the waiters are ballet guys in leotards.
Meriadoc - November 01, 2004 - Report this comment
Great Punline on the Boulders... :-)
Bob Gomez, asking for two scoops, pleasepleaseplease - November 01, 2004 - Report this comment
JD: I've never eaten there. Last week I stayed at a hotel across the street from one, and just seeing their ridiculous sign (an owl with two big eyes where the OO in Hooters is) inspired this parody. Some Hooters manager was recently caught secretly videotaping prospective waitresses. Wasn't you, was it?
2Eagle: there's a place called Ciao Bella near where I am that comes pretty close. The owner does a fabulous singing/pole-dancing show with the waitstaff. It's great fun!
Merry: How could I avoid it with this subject matter? Can you name the song and movie I stole "titslings" from?....Ciao, Bella......d;:^)
Kristof Robertson - November 02, 2004 - Report this comment
I SO want to go to a Hooters...but they don't have 'em in the UK...oh well...great job, Bob! 555
Airfarcewon - November 02, 2004 - Report this comment
Good one..or good two, I should say..definitely up front..555D
Peregrin - November 02, 2004 - Report this comment
Funny Stuff Bob!
Spaff.com - November 14, 2004 - Report this comment
Bob Frickin' Gomez rocks. Great stuff. Two true stories: (1) One of my best friends got hit on big-time by his Hooters waitress. One of those enduring male fantasies and it actually happened to this guy. Bastard. (2) For years my elementary school mascot was the Hooters (i.e., owls). Then someone got wise and changed it to the Huskies. What a shame.

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