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Song Parodies -> "Junior's Arm"

Original Song Title:

"Junior's Farm"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Paul Mccartney

Parody Song Title:

"Junior's Arm"

Parody Written by:

Alvin Rhodes

The Lyrics

you should see this little leaguer, man
a little runty, but his fastball's grand
twas a trick, sublime, when it left his hand

i was talkin' to his coach, you know
said he would surely be a dynamo
his arm cocks, the ball's flyin'...look at it go

he throws and throws and throws and throws
look at junior's arm as he fires his payload
low balls, high balls...to and fro
take a look at junior's arm

burn it in, jimmy

as the spheroid was plateward, sent
everyone was talkin' 'bout how fast it went
and all clapped hands for this talented gent

if he hit someone it would leave big dents
if in the noggin they could lose all sense
one, heaven's sake, nearly went through the fence

he throws and throws and throws and throws
look at junior's arm as he fires his payload
low balls, high balls...to and fro
take a look at junior's arm
boy, that little boy is strong

i never saw such a kid before
can't wait to see what he has in store
umpire gasped as he watched the ball soar

could be the finest player in the land
his wind-up funny but his speed is grand
batter took a swing but was easily fanned

he throws and throws and throws and throws
look at junior's arm as he fires his payload
low balls, high balls...to and fro
take a look at junior's arm
batter's sure to feel alarmed
take a look at junior's arm


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AFW - January 03, 2009 - Report this comment
Right across the plate..to strike out the competition..
Andria - January 03, 2009 - Report this comment
Great parody, although I didn't really understand some of it thanks to my apathetic attitude toward all sports other than poker, billiards, wrestling and ultimate fighting. However, I will still give you 5s because it is well-paced, funny, and based on my favorite McCartney OS other than "Live and Let Die".
alvin - January 03, 2009 - Report this comment
thanks AFW and andria....baseball is by far my favorite sport...the OS is a highly under rated mc cartney song...you might like my "vivid red dye" parody
Christie Marie M - January 03, 2009 - Report this comment
You sure threw 555 fastballs with your song!! The OS also matches your parody very well! I played baseball/softball a long time ago, and I would always be the pitcher because I'm very good at it.
Andria - January 03, 2009 - Report this comment
One question, Alvin: What is the "spheroid"?
John Barry - January 05, 2009 - Report this comment
The game went 15 innings.
alvin - January 05, 2009 - Report this comment
thanks christie...a good pitcher is always a asset...especially a lefty...thanks andria...the ball...thanks john barry
2Eagle - January 05, 2009 - Report this comment
So much for baseball, but that describes Mark Sanchez who plays for the USC Trojans who threw more than 30 touchdown passes this past season.
alvin - January 06, 2009 - Report this comment
thanks 2eagle...yup, that's quite an arm

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