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Song Parodies -> "Backstage Frolics"

Original Song Title:

"After the Goldrush"

Original Performer:

Prelude

Parody Song Title:

"Backstage Frolics"

Parody Written by:

tomario

The Lyrics

A song about a backstage "Access all Areas!" Party. "apple Pie!" is a refference to the film. The Sun is a daily newspaper that loves to expose the rich and famous!
Well I dreamed I saw to nights band hardcore stumming,
Sounding something like May from queen.
There were pissants singing and emos humming
and my chauffers ears did bleed.

There was a band there playing just for fun,
and the backstage full of sleaze.
Took another tincture from the nun,
And the nineteen bare-groupies.

I was laughing at a spoiled boys torment,
won a coke spoon as first prize.
He was hoping for a new-bass-amp!
Then began curse through snake eyes.

There was a fan laying in the bed
and I felt her sweaty thigh.
Knowing just what i intend she spread,
I was groping her "apple-pie!"

Well I screamed i saw the pap-a-raz-zi spying,
For the new front page of the sun.
There were ballpoints flying and cameras dying!
A news hound the beaten one!
News spin extreme, your an has-been, the goading had begun
Lying mother F**kers set the scene to this news bomb with the pun
"Paper journo beaten to a pulp!" was the front page of the sun

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Pacing: 4.7
How Funny: 4.9
Overall Rating: 4.8

Total Votes: 9

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Agrimorfee - January 21, 2009 - Report this comment
This is the best parody I have ever read from you. Brilliant satire, funny subs everywhere...sure to be a high rank on my voting for the Ages round.
Matthias - January 27, 2009 - Report this comment
Weird song, but I agree with Aggy. This one was your best, no questions asked.
bobpiecheese - February 07, 2009 - Report this comment
(Ages2) Cool parody, tomario, with a slight niggle in the last stanza - it's 'a has-been', not 'an has-been'. Using 'an' before a word that starts with an 'h' only applies when said 'h' isn't pronounced. I know it's not important, but it kinda stood out to me for some reason. Anyway, 555, blah blah blah.
Arwen - February 10, 2009 - Report this comment
This was fun, tomario...as transfixed as I have always been with celebrities in general, I've always been a little afraid of what goes on backstage. ; )
Melanie Lee - February 10, 2009 - Report this comment
(Ages) Not bad, not bad! Good topic, clever imagery and humor, though I found your writing style hard to follow. British, right? Anyway, a 5-4-5 and watch out for flying chairs!
Invisible Boy - February 11, 2009 - Report this comment
I know the Neil Young version of this OS, but it seemed to pace the same. I enjoyed your satire and your "headline" at the end was excellent.
Below Average Dave - February 11, 2009 - Report this comment
(Ages) The rhyme scheme was funny, one of your better parodies buddy.
Jeff Reuben - February 11, 2009 - Report this comment
(Ages) Well done, I liked this one!

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