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Song Parodies -> "Gimme Back My Sammich"

Original Song Title:

"Gimme Back My Bullets"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Lynyrd Skynyrd

Parody Song Title:

"Gimme Back My Sammich"

Parody Written by:

the_conqueror_of_parodies

The Lyrics

Sammich means sandwich. Agrimorfee gets credit for coming up with the what the parody should be based on the title.
Weight I have gained so steadily, yes indeed
Well I've got a trainer, says he'll do his best for me
But he's such an arsehole, waves my lunch in my face
Makes me run six miles to get it, and I'm yellin' while I chase:

"Gimme back my sammich
Put it back where it belongs
It goes in my hand cuz it is time for lunch
I wanna have something nice to munch
Gimme back my sammich"

Sweet talkin' bastard runs all over town
And I have to run with him, just workin' off the excess pounds
And that bugger's always one step ahead of me
Have a death glare in my eye, cuz I'm getting real hungry

"Gimme back my sammich
Taunting me like this is wrong
You're a full grown man, please stop being so dumb
Stop waving it, you're just wasting crumbs
Gimme back my sammich
Oh, give it back...it's my foot-long"

Gone up and down hills, think about seventeen
When we're at the top, he does his taunting dancing thing
Still I'm losing fat, I'm feelin' better everyday
Chasin' that cheeky fucker, better get out of my way

"Gimme back my sammich
I'll get it before too long
Stop messing around, by now you've had your fun
I've lost twenty pounds on this one run
Gimme back, gimme back my sammich
Oh, don't make me rip off your dong
Gimme back my sammich"
'Sammich' is an amusing word, much like 'spleen' or 'Wankel rotary engine'.

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Overall Rating: 5.0

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Matthias - May 17, 2010 - Report this comment
Fun parody here, Agrimorfee and you should team up on ideas more often.
Below Average Dave - June 03, 2010 - Report this comment
Something about the way this is written is just really, different, for you TCOP, I don't know what got into this one, but if you can apply this style to the bigger songs. . .this could be the signs of the next evolution in TCOP parodies. The language and character of the parody was well drawn out, I have to admit on a comedy scale I could have used a tad more, but still very very very well written TCOP, and its showing that as an artist, you are diversifying, its a beautiful thing to witness, the blossoming of an artist. . .can't guarantee a particular rank because this round (based on titles alone) looks to be a tough round, but good job man, I mean that (and you know I do because I leave as many this could be better comments as i do these types)
Agrimorfee - June 03, 2010 - Report this comment
Well thanks for the credit, TCOP. This was very good, indeed. Funny how you and Rex ended up doing similar song ideas, it's going to be hard to decide where to rank these because they were both high up there in quality.
Rex - June 13, 2010 - Report this comment
(Artistry) Good job creating a funny visual image - this would work well as a video.

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