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Song Parodies -> "City Lovin' Maid"

Original Song Title:

"Living Loving Maid"

Original Performer:

Led Zeppelin

Parody Song Title:

"City Lovin' Maid"

Parody Written by:

Alvin Rhodes

The Lyrics

...part two of the 'green acres' parody...
with a dainty umbrella and a paris styled hat
city lovin'.....but country woman
missus, cool, rides out in her mate's cadillac
city lovin'.....but country woman

comely lisa takes a look about
her husband shows her around
city life's what her game is
but green acres is the place she's found

soil, so stony...soil, so stony...farmin's no thrill
city lovin'.....but country woman
and with "hots-cakes" made...it's even harder still
city lovin'.....but country woman

comely lisa...though she has her doubts
she'll still be hangin' around
we all know where this farm is
close to hooterville is where its found

growin' tall corn is how its s'posed to be
city lovin'.....but country woman
but this lawyer and his maid farm so mis'rably
city lovin'.....but country woman

(eb plays a harmonica solo)

nobody gets a single word she say
city lovin'.....but country woman
cause she's foreign soundin' in a slavic way
city lovin'.....but country woman

comely lisa...she won't leave this lout
and move on back into town
though this burg isn't famous
she is still in her armani gowns

city lovin'.....but country woman
city lovin'.....but country woman
city lovin'.....but country woman






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John Barry - January 22, 2008 - Report this comment
A bucolic frolic.
Stan Hall - January 22, 2008 - Report this comment
Forget Lisa. For my money, Meredith MacRae put the hooters in Hooterville (and you've done a good job here of putting the hoots in Hooterville). :-)
Invisible Boy - January 22, 2008 - Report this comment
Hey alvin...thanks for the last two days of Green Acres/Led Zeppelin. Great memories. The very first parody I ever wrote was for my kids' elementary school. The school was named "Green Acres" and they had a contest to write a school song. To this day they use it at school assemblies (although they dropped my writing credit)
McKludge - January 22, 2008 - Report this comment
Nice two-fer. 555
IB, you should sue. Each public performance of the song you get residuals. (j/k)
Meriadoc - January 22, 2008 - Report this comment
Cute Alvin. Liked the 'slavic way' line.
AFW - January 22, 2008 - Report this comment
Best Par-Ed-y of "G-A" that I Eva saw
alvin - January 22, 2008 - Report this comment
thanks john and stan...thanks IB...you gave me the idea in the first place...lol about the school song....thanks mckludge , merry and AFW
LadyCupCakes - January 23, 2008 - Report this comment
555 from this City-living, but Coastal Loving Maid wanting just a tiny cottage, Scotty playing among the daisies, '57 DeSoto, FireFlite parked out in front, polenta in the oven baking, with a certain Roman Cowboy under the covers awaiting . . . with Johnny Hodges & Duke Ellington seranading!!1
alvin - January 23, 2008 - Report this comment
thanks littleCupCakes...wow, quite the scenario

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