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Song Parodies -> "Junk Tune Junkie"

Original Song Title:

"Junk Food Junkie"

Original Performer:

Larry Groce

Parody Song Title:

"Junk Tune Junkie"

Parody Written by:

Guy DiRito

The Lyrics

You know some songs are moronic looking,
Some songs really snore.
Amiright sure seems to catch 'em all,
There's a wealth of songs and more.

The content is not Chuck's fault,
Some boogers he checks and skips.
Hope my friends keep always,
Begging me to write them,
More xenophobic quips.

Hope they are.
Oh, but at times I get into strong talks,
Glad I write cause I sing off key.
Cause those gays should stay in their closet,
That is when I'd let them be.

You can write 'bout guacamole,
And your lyrics won't go south.
But soon as you write 'bout a twinkie,
They go down in the mouth.

Yeah that 'Rhymetime' makes it look so natural,
It looks healthy as it can be.
I write cause I'm a junk tune junkie,
Some songs ain't pretty you see.

Well at crunch time,
Down the hallway I'll be.
Writing up something real bizarre,
Just yucking up on someone's concert,
I'm a home grown parody star.

Once was quippin' 'bout Winona Ryder,
And how she got her just dessert.
But during her case,
Took the stand there one day,
And hid it up under her skirt.

Oh Yeah,
And so even though I'm slid right,
Most times I'm by myself.
Some would prefer casteration,
Display my jewels on trophy shelf.

So if you love DiRito's scorn rips,
Sgt. Pepper's just an old gay guy.
I'm back with some notorious presentation,
On a geniune junk tune high.

Oh yeah, I tend to write of stuff unnatural,
Though unhealthy it seems to be.
It's the plight of a junk tune junkie,
I get as gritty as I want you see.

I tend to like to lampoon,
By turning up the heat.
Oh, but it ain't nothing no more than art for laughs,
As I try to give your eyes a treat.

Oh, there's songs about yellow ribbons,
And there's songs by those girls called Spice.
Ol' John Keats would turn in his burial urn,
He'd seen the rhymes we slice.

Yes, he would.
Oh but lately songs I've plotted,
With a wise crack out my breath.
Rumbling out like some urinal slander,
As my songs were put to death.

But the comments still remind me,
Of stuff comes out my head.
Got a headful of mingled DiRito quips,
For a sting song on this thread.

Though the gay lines call them unnatural,
It's unhealthy as can be.
And I write like a junk tune junkie,
The gay committee hates me.

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Pacing: 3.0
How Funny: 3.0
Overall Rating: 3.0

Total Votes: 2

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Adagio - September 22, 2003 - Report this comment
Good song...brings up pertinent subjects.
Claude Prez - September 23, 2003 - Report this comment
Tasty bag o' DiRito quips...uh...pretty evenhanded...too...
Dude - September 24, 2003 - Report this comment
dumb song, makes no sense, certainly not a 5 worthy song by any means.. it's not even funny
Guy DiRito - September 24, 2003 - Report this comment
Well, Dude, I'm glad you commented because you'd have to know the inside track on this and you'd have to see some of the flack I've caught on some of my more political parodies. So now since I have received a comment on this I can expound a bit on this song.

I write about gay stuff because I'm sick of people telling me that I have to embrace their lifestyle. They can do what they like but I don't have to be told that I am not PC because I don't happen to agree with them. I won't sacrifice my values to be politically correct. First amendment of the US constitution allows me free thought and free expression and I choose to exercise it within the spirit and intent of that historic document. I have been called homophobic and xenophobic for writing what I write. No matter, I've been called worse. I got a bit overboard with one, I'm told by the management, and it was rejected. Only song of mine to be successfully rejected by the management on the site of the plus 220 songs I've written. The same day three other songs that were anti gay made it to the board. I will respect the editorial rights of this site to reject whatever they want. I just decided to voice my opinion in a parody, so if it makes no sense to you, sorry, you just maybe have not followed my short but prolific parody writing career.
Wild Man - September 24, 2003 - Report this comment
Guy is one of the greats... nuff said.
Adagio - September 24, 2003 - Report this comment
Guy, I liked what you explained the whole song....gggrrrrrrrrrrreat going and keep up the good work. You are very appreciated here for honesty !!!
dude - September 25, 2003 - Report this comment
awww... you're so persecuted.. I feel for you really.. (playing world's smallest violin)
Guy DiRito - September 26, 2003 - Report this comment
This is where you miscalculate, friend. If I could not exercise my first amendment rights then I would feel persecuted. Save your violin music for someone who feels they need it.

And thanks for the kind words Adagio and Wildman.

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