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Song Parodies -> "The Class Brain"

Original Song Title:

"Life In The Fast Lane"

Original Performer:

The Eagles

Parody Song Title:

"The Class Brain"

Parody Written by:

Syncronos

The Lyrics

Meet Melvin. You know him from his college exploits in "Freshman Rhapsody." But what was he like in high school?
He was a smart little man
They were big and athletic, and the girls were all pretty
They beat him up, held his glasses for ransom, made his life real
real sh*tty
He had a healthy reputation as the brainy dude
They said he was clueless, they treated him rude
He kept one thing a secret, he was good in bed
They said, "Loser! Loser!" And called him gay instead

Life of the class brain
Surely make him lose his mind
Life of the class brain, mm-hmm
They can only push him so far

Eager for action, they started a game
He was studying fractions, which they thought was lame
So they told all the right people that the boy had no skills
They made outrageous stories, they planned heavenly thrills
Then they lined up a woman, lied to her face
Told her that he was a hottie, Then she thought he was an ace
That faithful evening, they looked for a fight
He was too skilled to fake it, she was too thrilled to lie about it

Life with the class brain
Surely make her lose her mind
Life with the class brain, mm-hmm

Life with the class brain, multiples every time
Life with the class brain, uh huh

(guitar solo)

She thought he was yearning, thought she was his first
But they didn't see the skills
They thought his brain was a curse
She said, "Listen, baby. You just make me wanna sing. We've been
through the kama sutra;
Even used my new porch swing."
Then she told the others, "You guys were talking trash.
This kid really kept 'em comin', made me wanna pay him cash."
Jocks were all angry
'bout the prank that got lost
Girls didn't care, they were just dyin' to get off
'Cause they heard

Sex with the class brain
Surely make you lose your mind
Sex with the class brain, oh yeah

Sex with the class brain
Multiples, all the time
Sex witht he class brain,oh yeah


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Phil Alexander - May 19, 2003 - Report this comment
Very impressive: I love parodies which tell a story.
My name is Kenny - May 19, 2003 - Report this comment
Were you a class brain at one point, Syncronos? 'Cause this parody sounds a whole lot like wishful thinking...
Diva - May 19, 2003 - Report this comment
Well written, I like happy endings Touche!
Syncronos - May 19, 2003 - Report this comment
Hey yo Kenny...wishful thinking is for those with no skills. :) I was a class brain, and I got the skills to get the thrills!
Jeff Reuben - May 19, 2003 - Report this comment
Very good song, and a good original to choose!
Meriadoc - May 19, 2003 - Report this comment
This is hilarious! I loved the line about multiples!
Yoness - May 20, 2003 - Report this comment
Good one
mac - February 04, 2004 - Report this comment
Outstanding!

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