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Song Parodies -> "Dr. Phil's Impersonation of Alfred Hitchcock in America"

Original Song Title:

"Sigmund Freud's Impersonation of Albert Einstein"

Original Performer:

Randy Newman

Parody Song Title:

"Dr. Phil's Impersonation of Alfred Hitchcock in America"

Parody Written by:

metaphorsbwithu

The Lyrics

What happens when Dr. Phil impersonates Alfred Hitchcock? No further explanation of this parody is needed and it wouldn't help anyway.
DR. PHIL'S IMPERSONATION
OF ALFRED HITCHCOCK IN AMERICA

Good evening, suspense is my game
And Alfred Hitchcock is my name
I was born in Leytonstone
And I’m happy to be
Here where all village idiots run free

In the year of forty-three
Doubts and shadows haunted me
Notorious were my dreams
Waded deep through shallow streams

America! America!
Confession’s not a crime
Strangers meet in lifeboats, say!
Brother, can you spare a dime?

Americans dream of Dali landscapes spellbound
In doll-faced jives and dull-edged knives
They grind and grind and grind and grind
Their sinkers, coffee, and cream give eyesight to the blind
Little boys shoot toy guns in their fields of dreams

America, America!
Success is not born in flight
Any dog can pee on a parked car
Takes guts to make wrong decisions right
Are we having fun yet? ;-)

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Christie Marie M - September 30, 2009 - Report this comment
Dr. Phil impersonating Alfred Hitchcock? That will be the day! Sigmund Freud meets Dr. Phil? LOL! Love the toy gun line in your song! One of my fave Hitchcock movies are The Birds (with a young Veronica Cartwright) and Psycho. 555!
metaphorsbwithu - September 30, 2009 - Report this comment
Christie Marie - Glad you're having fun! :-) Those are two of my favorites films too but I have so many. The "toy gun" line is from the opening of Hitchcock's only comedy, "The Trouble with Harry" featuring Shirley MacLaine in her first movie. The little boy was a very young Jerry Mathers before "Leave It to Beaver." Poor AH was a mass of neuroses (his fear of police evident in his movies stemmed from an episode in which his father arranged for him to be put in jail as a child to teach him a lesson!) but I'm not sure Dr. Phil would have been much help and might have deprived us of so many great films.
TJC - September 30, 2009 - Report this comment
You have one hellava -Dali-Escher-labyrinthine mind, sir!
Fiddlegirl - September 30, 2009 - Report this comment
Maybe Dr. Phil would've written "Knife Strategies" instead! ;)
Tommy Turle - September 30, 2009 - Report this comment
DKTOS, DK much of Dr. Phil, but I do K a little of Freud, Einstein, and Hitchcock. So, relativity speaking, E=MC^2, where E = ego, M = Mother, and C=Carved up into little squares. Vote= MC^2, where M = metaphorsbwithu, and C = 23.558437978779492926264680186639.
metaphorsbwithu - October 01, 2009 - Report this comment
TJC - I appreciate those kind words very much. :-)

Fiddlegirl - Haha! I had to check to see if that was a play on a book title (I first thought "Wife Strategies"). Very clever you are. :-D

TT - I wonder if that's the first time anyone has used the square root of 555 in a comment? Very imaginative! I have this song on the album "Little Criminals." I just love his lyrics.
TT - October 02, 2009 - Report this comment
You think anyone else is nutty enough to?
The Nerd - October 10, 2009 - Report this comment
DKTOS...parody is hilarious though!

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