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Song Parodies -> "Pleasin’, Was This Hon’"

Original Song Title:

"Seasons In The Sun"

Original Performer:

Terry Jacks

Parody Song Title:

"Pleasin’, Was This Hon’"

Parody Written by:

Merry & Pippin

The Lyrics

Good Spike – he brought a lusty friend
She’s known for rogering even nine or ten
To bikers our club’s filled with glee
Parked our Harleys by a tree
Downed our beers, began our spree

Oh Joy our friend we’re hard and high
A thrill: she starts co-mingling with the guys
Now there’s a fling down on the floor
Titties, pleasures, to explore
Soon the line is out the door

She had Roy, she had Ron
She did Skeeter then did Don
She did Bill and did Clive
In a threesome on the drive

Not shy, hurrah, has great esprit
‘Twas only one impossibility:
When tried with Butch to hide the schlong
Women name him Donkey Dong
Understatement: kinda long

Tie-dye; Ta da! With scarves and pie
Of all our birds, a sweet thing, can’t deny
Found on a swing or in a chair
Little splashin’ everywhere
Most impressive board of fare

They had Joy, she’s a gun
Got her gear off just for fun
Got some wine and a bong
And the pleasin’ went till dawn

She did Jay, she did Son’
She was pleasin’, was this hon’
Took on nine on the sink
So appeasin’ don’t you think?

Good guy, Michel, that French was fun
Joy’s kind of love was never underdone
And every time that she went down
You would always come profound
For, yes, her feats were quite renowned

Dropped by, Marcel: her lips applied
Now, off, her threads are flinging, drained this guy
Did it with Ringo – open air
Wore her Ray-bans for the glare
She suffers from slight wear and tear...

She did Guy (on his hog)
She did Caesar (that’s the dog)
On the bar, she did Cheech
Then bizarre tricks with a peach

We had Joy, she was fun
Quite a squeezin’ gave this hon'
She was thorough with each
(Stains on carpet we’ll just bleach)

She did Troy, she did Kong
Did strip teasin’ in a thong
If supine, play along
And the pleasin’ is prolonged

Lots of guys saw her buns
She was pleasin’, was this hon’
And she never assigned
Anyone ‘No entry’ signs...

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Pacing: 4.7
How Funny: 4.7
Overall Rating: 4.7

Total Votes: 13

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Lifeliver - October 16, 2012 - Report this comment
Wholesome promiscuous fun for the whole family. Creative cast of names and venues - and ethnicities. Sometimes the simplest lines can have the most impact. For me 'That's the dog' was the killer
Patrick - October 16, 2012 - Report this comment
If Jacques Brel were alive, he would be rolling over. This is funny stuff, especially the roster of names.
Meriadoc - October 16, 2012 - Report this comment
Thanks LL, I was very fond of that line too!

Patrick: He's probably rolling over in his grave anyway...
Tommy Turtle - October 17, 2012 - Report this comment
By the transitive property of syllable-matching, if MP's spin and TT's spin both have some matches to TOS, then they should have some matches to each other -- as indeed they do. Ditto on pacing.
  (Did he just say that he rated M&P's song, not vs. TOS, but vs. his own spin? Hmphh! -- typical turtle - sheesh!)

However, for once, you guys went WAY more bawdy than Your Humble Servant -- and the result was the most ROFLMAO MP3-5s yet seen by this writer.

"Then bizarre tricks with a peach"
-- do U K the joke about the dessert dish, "peach p*ssé" (that's supposed to be French)?

Butch part, esp. "understatement" line.
"Took on nine on the sink" just cuz of the impossible imagery. ;)

The following aren't accusations of plagiarism, since you haven't seen TT's (nor seen TT's tee-tees), or cleverly hid the fact that you did, ;) just that GMTA -- Gutter Minds Think Alike:

"You would always come profound" was, in moi's (same place)
"You would always come around"

"Did strip teasin’ in a thong"
"I'd watch her strip down to her thong" (different place in the song; same idea/line)

... nor is it a request or suggestion to read it, esp. afgter having been barred from posting any more links. :P

TT went sentimental; this was, uh, "not". xD But with the noted variety of names and sheer Over-The-Toplessness, one of your best ever. Great job, you two, and I'll bet the research was exhaustive -- and exhausting. :) :) :)
P.S. - October 17, 2012 - Report this comment
Forgot to cite the ending couplet (coupling?); "no 'no entry signs' " ended on a climax -- so to speak. ;-D -T
Peregrin - October 17, 2012 - Report this comment
Yay! Someone finally mentioned one of my lines :) Thanks TT for your effusive analysis. As for the research: Merry will fill you in on the 'sink' line. Maybe not here. Probably not here. WHOA! Down, big boy!!! The explanation will not turn out to be as personally lurid as you may have already started hypothesising about. Sorry to disappoint...

As for research on my part: I believe the things we mentioned exist in this world. It seems that I live in a parallel universe. I call it "Mundane World". Sorry to disappoint (myself)...
Meriadoc - October 17, 2012 - Report this comment
Ah yes, my ex was a biker in his youth, and the stories I've heard. I was determined to work 'splash' in there. And yes, the sink was inspired by a true story. Shame I couldn't have worked in Bennie the Slur... This parody was rather tame in the form it came to me...well, ya know...these things just seem to take on a life of their own once I get hold of them. Incidentally, Donkey Dong was kinda stolen from Helter Skelter... ;)
Peregrin - October 18, 2012 - Report this comment
"Helter Skelter"? I don't recall the Beatles singing about a Donkey Dong? :)
Tommy Turtle - October 18, 2012 - Report this comment
Peregrin: Which? Stand up and take credit!

Both: Having been unbarred from Lincoln, Omaha, and other towns in Nebraska, here's TT's:

Your "Hon" got a rather surprisingly moralistic lecture from TT at "Orgy Girl" ("Georgy Girl"):
  Betya never expected that from moi! ;-D
Peregrin - October 18, 2012 - Report this comment
At the risk of poor grammar, Mr Turtle...What which? Which what? I know not of 'which' you speak.

In the meantime, I shall peruse your 'links' lol
Meriadoc - October 18, 2012 - Report this comment
@ Pip: Was referring to "Bugliosi's Guide To Counter Culture Los Angeles"

@TT: "No entry signs"
Tommy Turtle - October 19, 2012 - Report this comment
Peregrin, the question was;

"Peregrin - October 17, 2012
Yay! Someone finally mentioned one of my lines :)"

WHICH line? ... but Merry hath answered. Excellent, uh, "closer" -- guess she was more of an "opener". ;)
Chris Bodily TM - November 19, 2012 - Report this comment
(SOTM) Certainly not the image I have in mind when I think of this song. Then again, nobody listens to "Jingle Bells" or "Feliz Navidad" and thinks about ravenous zombies. ;) I love those unexpected kinds of twists. You really his this one hard, no pun intended. 555
Peter Andersson - November 26, 2012 - Report this comment
Will there be a follow up named "Itching, was this hon" where you namedrop 47 kinds of spirochete infections? (If not, I'm guessing Philbo will come up with that idea if he ever comes across this parody - even before reaching this comment).
Phil Alexander - November 26, 2012 - Report this comment
Something like this, Peter?

Goodbye, my friend, it's hard to pee
When you've contracted every STD
And people ask you "what's the fuss"
But you won't stop to discuss
How half of your pee is pus ;-)
Glen S - November 26, 2012 - Report this comment
Harder to parody than I would have thought. This rhyme scheme is excellently done you hobbits. I appreciate the ton of work that went in, as well as the 'she had Roy' stanza and 'She did Caesar (that’s the dog)' among many others :c)
bobpiecheese - November 29, 2012 - Report this comment
(SOTM) Huh, wasn't expecting that much good writing in a parody about a "bury-me-in-a-Y-shaped-coffin" type of woman. 555 for shagging!
Meriadoc - November 29, 2012 - Report this comment
Thanks for your votes and comment SOTMonthers. And also Peter and Phil - good comeback, both of you! :D
Matthias - November 29, 2012 - Report this comment
This parody is also very pleasin'!
Abbott Skelding - November 30, 2012 - Report this comment
Hahaha, excellent work. The graphic imagery makes a nice contrast with the soft, gentle music. Great job!
Blaydeman - December 01, 2012 - Report this comment
(SOTM) Yes, I am pleased. Nice work!
Arwen - December 03, 2012 - Report this comment little hobbits. I just love you...and this parody is why. Perfect pacing, excellent write...and more visuals than I really actually care to have... ; ) (Caesar did me in!) Love this!
Meriadoc - December 04, 2012 - Report this comment
Matt, Abbott, Blayde, Arwen - thanks to you all. And Arwen, glad you enjoyed Caesar!
Claude Prez - February 16, 2018 - Report this comment
This is great! Agree with Patrick about the roster of names especially
Rex - February 17, 2018 - Report this comment
I am impressed at Joy's, um, stamina. Reminds me of a joke from way too many years ago: "She was the kind of girl who would strap a mattress on her back, run out to the street, and yell 'curb service!'" TMGLTM, but surely a recording of this would outsell the original.

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