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Song Parodies -> "007"

Original Song Title:

"Stairway to Heaven"

Original Performer:

Led Zeppelin

Parody Song Title:

"007"

Parody Written by:

Dylan Baranski

The Lyrics

Wow, almost 5 years & only 150 parodies. Dang, I'm getting slow! Of course, being a multi-faceted individual takes time away from everything, so yeah. All that aside, this is my first 'Zep parody. I know some other guy did a parody of this song about James Bond, but I feel this one is a better reflection of Agent 007. Enjoy the parody!
There’s a man with a gun,
He’s a secret agent,
And his callsign is 007.

He’s got looks, he’s got charm,
And he’s very well-armed,
And he’s always a hit with the women.

Ooh, ooh ooh ooh,
Ooh, ooh ooh ooh,
And his callsign is 007.

There’s a gal by the shore,
But he wants to be sure,
‘Cause you know sometimes madmen are women.

He don’t go by the book,
He prefers his instincts,
Sometimes even the best are mistaken.

Ooh, he strikes like thunder.
Ooh, he strikes like thunder.

He’s got many gadgets,
Q provides him the best,
But his gizmos sometimes end up broken.

He’s got many cool cars,
Each with tricks of their own,
It is unwise to cut him off, my friend!

Ooh, he strikes like thunder.
Ooh, he really strikes like thunder.

And his order is heard:
“Give me shaken, not stirred”,
Sometimes, agents need to get refreshments.

As he travels the world,
Evil plots are unfurled,
And our hero is hitting the pavement.

If there’s a madman with a laser, don’t be alarmed now,
It’s just a bird shoot for this cool dude.
Yes, there are many evildoers, but in the long run,
There’s still need to call upon James Bond.

And he strikes like thunder.
Oh, oh!

Some man is stealing all the world’s Gold, and it’s not Bob Dole,
The villain’s got it on his Finger.
This mission needs someone who’s ice cold, with a pistol,
Our hero’s got a quick zinger, yeah!

[guitar solo, speed up]

And as he’s Living to Let Die,
It’s on Moonraker that he’ll fly.
For him, The World is Not Enough,
And Dr. No is not so tough.
You Only Live Twice, make it count!
The Living Daylights soon dismount.
He sees from A View To a Kill,
Through Golden Eyes, up on the hill.
And he’s got a Licence to Kill.

[slow down]

And his callsign is 007.
Copyright 2011 by Dylan Baranski GmbH S.p.A. Inc. Misuse is punishable by death.

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Michael Pacholek - May 03, 2011 - Report this comment
My previous entry "Double-O-Seven" was about casting the role, not the role itself, so this is hardly the same thing. Good to see you're keeping your end up.
Wild Child JIN - May 03, 2011 - Report this comment
Not shaken, nor stirred, just extremely funny! Great job! 555! :-)
Rob Arndt - May 03, 2011 - Report this comment
Spot on!!! 555!!!
Dylan Baranski - May 03, 2011 - Report this comment
Thanks everyone! Mike: Good idea! You do the behind-the-scenes work & I'll take care of the front lines!

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