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Song Parodies -> "Airheads Do (Buy My Bridge)"

Original Song Title:

"Eres Tu (Touch The Wind)"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Airheads Do (Buy My Bridge)"

Parody Written by:

David Chrenko

The Lyrics

Being sung originally in Spanish, this 1973-74 pop anthem, which was a Top-10 hit in Los Angles, may not have gotten airplay anywhere else. If you do happen to know the song, in lieu of comments, please contribute a verse of your own (just keep it clean!).
Now, who spots an error - on a monitor screen,
Then tries to correct it with White-out?
And who thinks guerilla - warfare's fought - at a zoo?
It's true, it's true...Airheads Do.

And who do you ask out - on Saturday night,
To take in the new sci-fi movie?
Who's ducking for cover, when they blow up the Moon?
Who believes - it's true? . . . Airheads do.

Airheads doooo . . . They'd buy a beach house in Wyoming.
Airheads doooo . . . They will forever play the fool .

The War of the Worlds brought them out in the streets,
Believing the Martians had landed.
Who trusts politicians, or the six o'clock news,
To shape - their views? . . . Airheads do.

Who'd use henna rinse to wash poultry for stew?
Someone who you think would know better.
So, who is an Airhead? - Sometimes me, sometimes you.
Now, who'd deny ? - Airheads do.

Airheads doooo . . . We traded seashells for Manhattan.
Airhead's doooo . . . They will forever play the fool .

Buy my bridge . . . It spans across the Hudson River.
Who'll buy my bridge . . . Ignore the sirens. Hurry, buy my bridge!

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Overall Rating: 5.0

Total Votes: 4

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Who Cares Anyways - November 17, 2003 - Report this comment
I remember this one David! Loved the song and thanks for reminding me of it and BTW great job on the parody here
Jess Cully - November 20, 2003 - Report this comment
Brilliant! Who else knew that the original was the Spanish entry at the 1973 Eurovision Song Festival?
Joe Blow - December 19, 2006 - Report this comment
I looked this up to see where I got the idea in my head years ago. When we were kids in the 70's we used to sing a parody of this song like this, "A whatsa for dinner?" "It is stew, it is stew""A whatsa for dinner, my darling?" "A whatsa for dinner?" "It is stew, it is stew" "I see, I see...IT IS STEW!"

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