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Song Parodies -> "Sicilians"

Original Song Title:


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Simon & Garfunkel

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Parody Written by:

Guy DiRito

The Lyrics

The hobbits and I have decided to have a bit of fun with Simon & Garfunkel's "Cecelia". We have agreed to write the same theme to the same OS on the same day just for something different to amuse our readers. So please view today's posting of the Merry & Pippin parody if you have not already done so. I have not seen what they have written before it has posted.

I have received the nod of approval from Don Carmine (2-LOUD) Boccotesta to let these hobbits have a small taste of the juice in this business agreement as long as the Don gets the biggest glass of juice. He normally "eats alone" and this is a rare occasion that he grants the favor that I ask. Of course I will have to do a little of this and a little of that if you catch my drift as it is our way that the Don always gets his tribute. However he warns that any disrespect will result in a one way ride in a waste management business vehicle's back end.

DKTOS? - Youtube HERE for a listen to "Cecilia" by Simon and Garfunkel

Sicilians, they'll break you apart,
They take every consequence gravely.
Those Sicilians, you'd better appease,
Be breaking your knees to the bone.
You marone. [1]

The minions are taking times hard,
They shake down their businesses daily.
Makin' millions, in tributes and fees,
They put on the squeeze worse than Rome.
Like Capone.

Out of luck if you're out of tune,
With Sicilian goomba goons.
Up and up, don't bring disgrace,
'Cause you'll wind up quite dead,
With a fork in your face.

They'll kill ya and scatter your parts,
For filchin' their finances gainly.
But Sicilians they do as they please,
Bootlegging police that they own,
Eat alone (eat alone)

wo wo wo-wo-wo wo-ho-wo wo wo

These lugs never win,
The mob takes way more than they're having.
Can't quit once you're in,
You fall to the floor from a stabbing.

wo wo wo-wo-wo wo-ho-wo wo wo
wo wo wo-wo-wo wo-ho-wo wo wo
wo wo wo-wo-wo wo-ho-wo wo wo

[1]Marone {Ma-roan} East coast Italian slang for moron or idiot.

[2] Eat Alone - Mob speak for keeping to oneself or not sharing any of the juice or take.

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alvin - June 23, 2008 - Report this comment
love these lyrics set to the jaunty tune....a fork in your
Agrimorfee - June 23, 2008 - Report this comment
What fun...on both of these! HEy....someone, start a double-dare thread, with the same concept as M&P/Guy did, to parody the same song with the same idea. 555...but Guy was a notch better just because I don't see mobsters referrring to noise torture in terms of ohms....they'd think you were Cockney, since a 'ouse is not an ' well, belabored joke from Aggy out.
Peregrin - June 23, 2008 - Report this comment
Guy, your contribution to this little project was everything I expected it to be! Don't mess with the master :) I especially liked the 'fork' line, and the reference to not leaving once you are in. Great stuff!
AFW - June 23, 2008 - Report this comment
Your usual high calibre parody shoot...bullseye, in fact.
Guy - June 23, 2008 - Report this comment
Alvin - I knew you would like the "fork" ref. I had you in mind when I wrote that line. It also has to do with the fact that Italians/Sicilians always are eating when they do business. How many jamokes got hit in eateries in the movies you've seen. This happens in real life and that is where the movies get the idea from. The most frequently used word in the Italian language is "munga". So I'm "eating" up your comment. Thanks.

Ag - Thanks for doing a double comment post. That was thoughtful. But I am disagreeing with you again - I think M&Ps parody is better than mine. But then it was two against one. But as M&P said in their opening comment - this is not a contest. We're just out for the fun of it all.

Pip - You two did a great job and I am not for sure who is the master here. It is fun and that is the entire point. High fives to you guys. Thanks.

Farce - It is my pleasure to have brought this to you for your enjoyment as I am sure that M&P are just as pleased to present their version if I may speak for them - so I have. Thanks, Buddy.
mandamoo - June 24, 2008 - Report this comment
Enjoyed this one too! More double-ups to come..?
Guy - June 24, 2008 - Report this comment
Mandamoo - Could be. It's up to the Hobbits if they want to give it another go. I'm just along for the ride. Hobbits make very good traveling companions. I think it is because they don't live anywhere. Thanks for your kind comments on both parodies.

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