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Song Parodies -> "Pined for her Delight"

Original Song Title:

"Blinded by the Light"

Original Performer:

Manfred Mann

Parody Song Title:

"Pined for her Delight"

Parody Written by:


The Lyrics

Hard to find online version and lyrics that are the same, so using lyrics to long version
Pined for her delight,
Dressed up like a goose,
Some lady fun I will incite,
Standing by red light,
Hefty big caboose,
She was a stunner I could bite,
Signed up, she’ll excite,
Made up and so loose,
A lovely lady of the night,
Tried to buy outright

Sad man, summer slummer, pretty things in a Hummer,
Was routine wage just to chat,
In some pumps, love their rumps, with some added crescent bumps
To sway and hide their fat,
Then an older man was bolder, so he went and sold her,
I flipped the money around,
And soon she’d be a-pleasin’, squeezin’ and teasin’,
But catastrophe hatched and I’m bound


‘Cause she was …
Kind of a Blue Knight,
Cuffed up and accused,
It was an undercover cite,
Lined up by red light,
Served up like a douche,
A bummer summer, no delight,
Spineless, I’m in fright,
Trussed up with a noose,
Another blunder, I turn white,
Tried to put up fight

Some silly cop sister, don’t know how I could miss her
Told me I’m popped for mistakes,
She said, “I’ll turn you in honey for slinging schlong,
Go along or your balls will break,
And don’t fart, be smart, no breakin’ wind on leather part,
Car seat would really stink on ride,
That little curly girlie said, “Don’t try no hurly burly,
Her task was to be reading my rights


Asked me if I heeded, so snide

And she was …
Lined up for a fight,
Revved up for abuse,
But then my rights she must recite,
Primed up, not polite
It’s not what I’d choose,
Another sinner in her sight,
Lined up and in fright

I was bound but she really was wired,
She’s gonna break me of this rite,
She’s gonna make me be contrite


Big Mama, starts with the gun biz
No drama, tasers, my buns fizz
Mama couldn’t scold me or just book this evil guy, had to stun,
But mama, that’s where no sun is!

Longer Solo

Numb hipbone, swearing, prone, chanting “Die, crone” in a groan,
Screechin’ at the beast,
Cried, “Postpone, the pain has grown; hit me where my seeds are sown”,
That for just a sick love feast,
In some unknown red light zone was randy and so horny,
Crotch and my tongue in trance,
While some flesh tone, leg shown was pressin’ on my frozen bone,
I’m finding this an advance,
And inside of me, crash, I’ll expound

Think she was …
Grinding to excite,
Roused up like on juice,
A real ton of love to light
Kind of like a sprite,
Elf like and footloose,
Her buttered buns will me invite,
Tied up, do it right,
Spread out to seduce,
You’re not a nun to my delight,
Flying like a kite,
Trussed up, no excuse,
I’m gonna punish her tonight,
Twined we shall unite,
Just like Old Doc Seuss,
Green eggs and hammer her with might,
Hind is the best site,
Heft, soft and profuse,
Oh will she shun me or invite,
Cried out with my plight,
Felt just like a Zeus,
But then a stun it did ignite,
Pined for her delight,
He said “he” was Bruce,
A story stunner I now write,
Fined and now contrite

Bad plan, strum her, gum her, skin is fun, I succumb here,
The scene staged now combat,
Such a chump, took my lumps, as my effervescence slumps
Face straight into his Gat,
Feeling older and much colder, reelin’, no more smolder,
Tight lipped to prison I’m bound,
With this very hard squeezin’, seizin’ on knees and
My try at plea smashed while I’m down

Now cop with a sting plot gleefully found a jail cot
And bestows, with shove, me in the can,
And this hot shot, who called in SWAT, said baddie needed cell spot,
Let him just rot, there goes his tan,
That silly cop mister, as a camouflage sister, taunts me a lot for mistakes,
He said, “I’d turn for more money and come along”.

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Andy Primus - August 11, 2009 - Report this comment
TJC - August 11, 2009 - Report this comment
Great job on this mind-bogglingly difficult OS... you've gone, sir, where I fear to tread...
I'm particularly impressed with your perfectly packed plethora of internal rhymes in the concluding stanzas... Bravo T1K!
Mark Scotti - August 11, 2009 - Report this comment
Brilliant rhyming on a VERY tough song. I saw a Springsteen special where he talked about his songs, and he said that he just sat down with a notebook and a rhyming dictionary in hand and rattled this OS off...
blackjack21 - August 11, 2009 - Report this comment
Flows very smoothly with the OS. Excellent all the way. $555 and time served for solicitation of laughter.
Old Man Ribber - August 11, 2009 - Report this comment
An epic and hilarious cautionary tail. Beautiful!
Timmy1000 - August 11, 2009 - Report this comment
Thanks Andy, TJC, Mark, Blackjack and Ribber. This one is kind of fun to start and becomes an obsession after awhile. Did Springsteen ever say what he was writing about - what a strange song.
Fiddlegirl - August 11, 2009 - Report this comment
ROFL! TMGLTM, but "Green eggs and hammer" is a standout :)
Hopefully-Not-Plagiarized Turtle - August 11, 2009 - Report this comment
Will give you the benefit of the doubt that you hadn't seen my take on OS (did you?), else would be substantial plagiarism ... but I don't think you'd do that, so let's just say that great minds run in the same gutter. 555
Timmy1000 - August 11, 2009 - Report this comment
I had not seen this, but yours appears to be a different story anyway. Yours seems to be about an "interesting" night with a lady while mine is about going for a hooker, who turns out to be an undercover cop and takes him off to jail. Then, it turns out cop is actually a man. The tales are both fairly sordid, which may why you think they are similar. There are similarities in a number of the rhyming words but there are only so many out there to use for Blinded, Light, Revved, Deuce, Runner and a few more. I suspect that most of the parodies of this song use a lot of the same rhyming words for different stories. I think we even have a different number of verses, as there seems to be many versions on the OS lyrics. No, you were not plagiarized. The dictionary may have a complaint though.
AFW - August 12, 2009 - Report this comment
Quite a story...great job
TT - August 12, 2009 - Report this comment
Most peeps don't syllable-match that often, so point taken on similarities of rhymes -- just was surprised to see so many of my same words in there. Doesn't often happen at, e. g., "Am Pie" parodies. (I think mine was one of the few syl-matched ones, or at least to the greatest degree, and I'm not sure that all readers realized that -- esp. "The man there said the ewe's sick; wouldn't play")

Congrats on the "green eggs and hammer" esp., and on generally syl-matching such a tough OS. Sorry for any doubts raised. As mentioned in first comment, really didn't perceive you that way :) Excellent job!
Mark Scotti - August 12, 2009 - Report this comment
To Timmy: No, Springsteen nevere mentioned what it was about. The way he talked about it, it seemed like it was just nonsense that he came up with, using a rhyming dictionary(for one of his first songs..). He got into telling about how the fans are always asking how he gets inspired to write his songs, and how this one just "came rolling out", trying to make ends meet. It reminds me of the documentary "Imagine", where John Lennon talks to a fan who's been hanging at his home, and he said to him that he doesn't always put his soul into his songs. They could be about anything. He could get up one day and take a crap, and he'll write a song about that. MAN, that sounds like US!!!
Timmy1000 - August 12, 2009 - Report this comment
TT: Syllable matching makes it more of a challenege; Most of the ones I have written lately have had a lot of syllable matching and internal line rhyme. This is not unique for me on this parody. Mark: Thanks for the info. This is just a lot different than the later Springsteen songs where he does a lot of story telling that is easy to follow. On your last point - yeah, that does sound like us - most of us have written our crap, fart or some kind of similar parody. We still have that Jr. High kid in us.
TT - August 12, 2009 - Report this comment
Timmy1000: Absolutely agree on the challenge of SM (not to be confused with S&M), and I too try to do so whenever possible. Just don't see it that often elsewhere, esp. on the tough ones. Double congrats, and will be looking for it in your future work. Strike the original comment, and please try to imagine my shock, so that I may be forgiven.

@Mark Scotti: You mean like when he said, "Imagine no possessions", when he's richer than King Midas? Imagine someone actually taking away all his possessions, money, royalties, etc. I bet he'd "sing a different tune" then mwahaha!
Silver Power - August 31, 2009 - Report this comment
Extremely well-written parody, and it was hilarious. 555.
DJ Blaze - September 06, 2009 - Report this comment
Great take on one of the Big 7. 555
Agrimorfee - September 09, 2009 - Report this comment
Timmy, I did this too, and while I was surprised to see some of the same OS words, and some of the words that I used, you get bonus points for making a somewhat comprehensible storyline. Good job.
Guy - September 13, 2009 - Report this comment

Just when you think anotherBBTL could not possibly be conceived another one shows. Great addition to your Big 7 quest, which I witnessed your final piece for Big 7 membership with your "Be Out Quest" parody here of late. I like the storyline and the well rhymed as attention to pacing and timing. Well played.
Stuart McArthur - September 15, 2009 - Report this comment
(ABC) such a tough OS (the toughest of the Big 7 imo) and beautifully done. I'm not one who likes syllable-matching as the primary aim of a parody, as colloquial and conversational rhythm and meaning is usually sacrificed to achieve it, but with this OS, it was a huge achievement. I liked the Dr Seuss inclusion best - 555
Abbott Skelding - September 15, 2009 - Report this comment
ABC: Not too bad, very creative, nice job!!
bobpiecheese - September 16, 2009 - Report this comment
(ABC5) It's very hard to turn a parody into an actual story, let alone to such a crazy OS, but you did a phenomenal job, Tim. 555!
Leo Keough - September 16, 2009 - Report this comment
ABC5(P) You should win some kind of award for syllable matching the whole song including all the choruses without any repetition and without compromising a very funny storyline!!!...Brilliant job on this!!!...555!!!
Mark Scotti - September 16, 2009 - Report this comment
(ABC) This was absolutely brilliant, Timmy. i loved it the first time round as well,,
Melanie Lee - September 18, 2009 - Report this comment
(ABC) Haven't I seen this one before? Well, I'll give you credit for the pacing, which was solid most of the way. Clever subs, cute story. 555 minutes in jail!
Below Average Dave - September 19, 2009 - Report this comment
Did everyone just decide to enter their toughest parodies this round or something???? Seriously. . .this one may not make my top 5, but I mean this when I say it deserves to, it's just a very (and for P, may I add unusually) tough round. . .great parody
Matthias - September 19, 2009 - Report this comment
This was a great parody to the most difficult of the Big 7, the rest of the rest of the Big 7 are pushovers but this one deserves to be where it's at and you conquerored it!
Red Ant - September 19, 2009 - Report this comment
Solid throughout. My favorite lines were "I’ll turn you in honey for slinging schlong" and "hit me where my seeds are sown". Congrats for doing this OS and the full version of it. Five for Timmy's write.

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