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Song Parodies -> "Seasons of James Bond"

Original Song Title:

"Seasons In the Sun"

Original Performer:

Terry Jacks

Parody Song Title:

"Seasons of James Bond"

Parody Written by:

Michael Pacholek

The Lyrics

For the record, the first James Bond film, "Dr. No," was released in Britain in late '62, but not in the U.S. until early '63, so that's not an on-purpose typo to fit the rhyme. As opposed to "Bond" and "En-glond."
Goodbye to Sir Sean Connery.
I've watched your films since nineteen sixty-three.
I've seen you fight those SPECTRE guys.
Make sure that missile never flies
so that tomorrow never dies.

And I say Goodbye, Mister Bond.
How well you're serving old Mother England.
Yeah, I know that Sean's a Scot.
Only work with what I've got.
His nation puts me on the spot.

Of this spy, we are fond.
We've had seasons of James Bond.
But the films that they made from reality have strayed.

Goodbye to you, Sir Roger Moore.
Saw "Golden Gun" back in seventy-four.
Sometimes the logic, plots would bend.
But the message you did send
must keep up the British end.

And I say Goodbye, Mister Bond.
How well you're serving old Mother England.
Always a rise there in your stock.
You made money, it's a lock
and got to sleep with Barbara Bach.

Of this spy, we are fond.
We've had seasons of James Bond.
And the drinks he's preferred, they are shaken and not stirred.
Of this spy, we are fond.
We've had seasons of James Bond.
And the drinks he's preferred, they are shaken and not stirred.

Timothy Dalton, where'd you go?
Only twice did you in these films show.
"Licence to Kill," "Living Daylights."
You're in a different film tonight.
You don't share George Lazenby's plight.

And I say Goodbye, Mister Bond.
How well you're serving old Mother England.
And, yes, I know that I should mean
that Pierce Brosnan wears the green.
But he'll always steal the scene.

Of this spy, we are fond.
We've had seasons of James Bond.
And the bad guys can't play.
He will die another day.
Of this spy, we are fond.
We've had seasons of James Bond.
And the bad guys can't play.
He will die another day.
Of this spy, we are fond.
We've had seasons of James Bond.
And the drinks he's preferred, they are shaken and not stirred.
Of this spy, we are fond.
We've had seasons of James Bond.
And the drinks he's preferred, they are shaken and not stirred.
Of this spy, we are fond.
We've had seasons of James Bond.
But the films that they made from reality have strayed.
(repeat 'til fade)
This is my second James Bond parody. "You only write twice, Mister Pacholek."

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Robert J. Pagliaro - February 11, 2004 - Report this comment
Nice job. While Connery defined the movie Bond, I thought Dalton came the closest to Ian's Bond.
Phil Alexander - February 11, 2004 - Report this comment
Dalton (and to a lesser extent Brosnan) can actually act... unlike the Connery/Moore pastiche. Super parody, Michael.
mac - February 11, 2004 - Report this comment
"His nation puts me on the spot"... great line.
Claude Prez - February 11, 2004 - Report this comment
I liked the Barbara Bach line best but enjoyed the whole thing
Diva - February 11, 2004 - Report this comment
You brought Bach some great memories. Good show !
Johnny D - February 12, 2004 - Report this comment
Great job, Michael! 5's!

My favorite quintessential Bond-Villain moment is in the movie Goldfinger....Bond (Sean Connery) is strapped to a table with an industrial laser-beam slowly inching towards his licensed-to-wang-'nads, and Auric Goldfinger (Gert Frobe) is leaving the room:

Bond: "Do you expect me to talk?"

Goldfinger: "No Mr. Bond, I expect you to die!!"

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