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Song Parodies -> "More than a Walrus"

Original Song Title:

"More than a Woman"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

The Bee Gees

Parody Song Title:

"More than a Walrus"

Parody Written by:

The Eggman

The Lyrics

I had so much fun reading, "When a man loves a walrus"That I decided to write this ,my very first parody!Thanks,Bob Gomez !(Oh,by the way can we just assume that the singer just happens to be another walrus?)
I saw you on that cold iceberg,
that other day ,just after dusk.
Oh,what that image did for me,
moonlight,reflecting off your tusks.

And now,I'm seeing you again,
and thinking thoughts forbidden,
Your beauty took its hold on me
as I'm about to take your fin.

Deep in the briny blue where we will dive,
where all the bottom feeders go-
I start to look into your big,brown,eyes-

-and pray you'll always be my ever-
lovin' pinniped,wrapped up in your fins
beside you,in an ocean bed.(in an ocean bed.)

More than a walrus, more than a walrus is she.
More than a walrus, more than a walrus is she.
More than a walrus, oh ,oh, oh,

Since Cupids arrow came for me
and revealed to me a love that just
rightly seems so much more robust
than even the tastiest mollusk.

Your wkiskers gentle tickle says
the feelings must be mutual,
the way you nuzzle 'round my neck,
(perhaps looking for the last mack'rel)

Because I'm with you now-I'm so hap-py
(and you appear to be well-fed)
And I will prove my love every time I say-

-"I pray you'll always be my ever-
-loving pinneped,wrapped up in your fins,
beside you in an ocean bed'.(in an ocean bed)

More than a walrus,More than a walrus is she
More than a walrus,More than a walrus is she
More than a walrus, oh, oh, oh-
(DING!) Was that three minutes already? Stick a fork in me ,I'm done!

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Johnny D - April 27, 2004 - Report this comment
I like it! Cute and clever.
Jeff Reuben - April 27, 2004 - Report this comment
From the Tuskany region...nice job!
Michael Pacholek - April 27, 2004 - Report this comment
Don't you know the readers laugh with you? Ho-ho-ho! Hee-hee-hee! Ha-ha-ha! See how they type like hunting a snipe, see how they write! They're laughing!
Bob Gomez - April 27, 2004 - Report this comment
A great job by a good Egg. "Ever-lovin' pinniped" was your best. Watch it on the accentuation of the wrong syllable--pacing can be thrown off that way. Welcome, Eggman, the song gave me a smile. d;:^)
The Eggman - April 27, 2004 - Report this comment
Thanks guys ,I couldn't have done it without your inspiration but what to do now ? Well ,since this song isn't likely to leave my head anytime soon ,maybe I'll make another parody !(Hmmm, with that Brad Pitt playing Achilles in that upcoming movie "Troy", I think I'll call it "More than a Roman"!)
Michael Pacholek - April 28, 2004 - Report this comment
Brad Pitt plays Achilles? You know what they say: Time wounds all heels.

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