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Song Parodies -> "The Mall (Complete)"

Original Song Title:

"The Wall (Complete)"

Original Performer:

Pink Floyd

Parody Song Title:

"The Mall (Complete)"

Parody Written by:

El DeRoblo

The Lyrics

"In the Mesh" originally "In the Flesh"
"The Thin Jeans" originally "The Thin Ice"
"Another Trip To The Mall part 1" originally "Another Brick In The Wall part 1"
"The Hippest Days of our Lives" originally "The Happiest Days of our Lives"
"Another Trip To The Mall part 2" originally "Another Brick In The Wall part 2"
"Mother" originally "Mother"
"Goodbye Cute Guy" originally "Goodbye Blue Sky"
"Empty Dressers" originally "Empty Spaces"
"Young Bust" originally "Young Lust"
"One Of My Turns?" originally "One Of My Turns"
"Don't Loan Me Now" originally "Don't Leave Me Now"
"Another Trip To The Mall part 3" originally "Another Brick In The Wall part 3"
"Goodbye Gold Card" originally "Goodbye Cruel World"
"Pay You?" originally "Hey You"
"Is There Any Money Out There?" originally "Is there Anybody Out There?"
"Somebody Home" originally "Nobody Home"
"Calvin" originally "Vera"
"Bring The Bags Back Home" originally "Bring The Boys Back Home"
"Comfortably Dumb" originally "Comfortably Numb"
"The Glow Must Go On" originally "The Show Must Go On"
"In the Mesh 2" originally "In the Flesh 2"
"Run In Heels" originally "Run Like Hell"
"Waiting For The Perms" originally "Waiting For The Worms"
"Shop!" originally "Stop!"
"The Trial" originally "The Trial"
"Outside The Mall" originally "Outside The Wall"

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Pacing: 4.2
How Funny: 4.1
Overall Rating: 4.2

Total Votes: 12

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Agrimorfee - November 05, 2003 - Report this comment
Wow! Good job, El Rodoblo! I am a devoted Pink Floyd fan, and when I found your songs, I dind't know WTF your songs were about, but then I got the joke. Cute idea, could have changed more of the lyrics,but overall a great effort on the whole thing. It made me laugh, unlike the other Wall parodies here, and that is what is important. I have a parody of The Wall myself (a sczthing satire on Public School Education which took nearly a decade to write in my spare time), and will very likely post it on amiright in the near future.
... - November 07, 2003 - Report this comment
Wait. I don't get it. This doesn't look like a parody to me; it looks like a list of links to various Pink Floyd parodies on this site. What's this all about? I'm confused!!!
sk12er boi - November 10, 2003 - Report this comment
I feel the same way. How can you call this a parody if it's just a list of links?!?!
Joker - November 11, 2003 - Report this comment
I totally agree with the above two commenters. Will someone explain the meaning of this so-called "parody" to us? - November 11, 2003 - Report this comment
Here, I'll play the role of Mr. Handy-Answer Man for you poor confused souls: El DeRoblo has written a track-for-track parody of The Wall. It's quite a feat. ChuckyG has listed all of the tracks in order on this page (with handy clickable links to the individual parodies); had he not done so, the tracks would be alphabetically mixed in with the rest of EDR's parodies and the full-album concept would be lost. Get it?
Ellipsis - November 11, 2003 - Report this comment
Yeah, I sorta get it now. I guess the links correspond to El DeRoblo's parodies. So this is a parody of the whole album, not just one song. Makes sense to me now. When sk12er boi and Joker read this comment, maybe they too will understand.

Thanks for clearing it up, Spaff dot com.
sk12er boi - November 11, 2003 - Report this comment
Yeah, I didn't realize he was parodying a whole album. I get it now.
AMIRIGHT AWARDS NOMINEE - November 13, 2003 - Report this comment
Best Whole Album Parody
ChuckyG - November 28, 2003 - Report this comment
Yeah, I wanted to allow the whole album to be easily spotted and voted on as a whole. I didn't think it was that confusing to appear like this, maybe a top comment would help. I think this was the first whole album parody I did this for, so there's a small learning curve for everyone here. If anyone else writes a whole album parody like this (and gets all the individual parodies submitted/approved on the site), email me and I'll show you how to make a similar page for your album parody.
Annie L - November 28, 2003 - Report this comment
Did no one notice Rick Duncan's "Close to the Edge" parody a couple of days ago?
okayokay - July 21, 2004 - Report this comment
I've never seen a whole album parodied before. Good idea. Maybe I'll do one. Oh yeah check out some of my Irish folk parodies.

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