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Song Parodies -> "The Loud Obnoxious Toad"

Original Song Title:

"The Beatles"

Original Performer:

The Long And Winding Road

Parody Song Title:

"The Loud Obnoxious Toad"

Parody Written by:

Old Man Ribber

The Lyrics

On August 4th, Sir Paul McCartney gave a sold-out concert at Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati with tickets reaching into the hundred dollar range. On the same night, I played TOS on the euphonium during karaoke at a local nightclub for no admission. Moral: You get what you pay for! ;D




The loud obnoxious toad
That croaks by my door
Will never give me peace.
Each night he's back for more.
His "singing" will not cease
'Though I've yelled and swore.

He's out there ribbiting,
Making way too much noise.
He's looking for a mate,
His call he employs.
Soon more will congregate.
How that toad annoys!

Ev'ry night he's waking me.
I never get my rest.
Lack of sleep is breaking me.
I can't be at my best.

So I'll will put the blame
On that loud irksome toad.
He's like an evil elf.
He's got me out of sorts.
I hope he gives himself
A bad case of warts.


(Long lush orchestral break. Paul McCartney may not have liked it, but that is another long and involved story!)


Someday I'll take an ax
To that loud writhing toad.
He "sings" the whole night through.
It's like a lion's roar.
I'll do what I must do,
Then he'll croak no more.




In this song, McCartney seems to have taken considerable liberties with the number of syllables in each line. Remind me to "call him out" after I've made more money than he has. ;D

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Michael Pacholek - August 08, 2011 - Report this comment
What a cold-blooded song!
Patrick - August 08, 2011 - Report this comment
He will "croak", then he will "croak" no more.
BJM - August 08, 2011 - Report this comment
I'd pay to hear you sing this, but not to hear Sir Paul sing his songs.
It's too bad that you put the title and performer in the wrong boxes.
Where I live now (SE VA) & previously (NE MA), toads have been wiped out by development. Catch it and send it here.
John Barry - August 08, 2011 - Report this comment
Thought this was going to be about some pol blowhard.
Phil Alexander - August 09, 2011 - Report this comment
:-)

..I was half expecting this to be political..
Andria - August 11, 2011 - Report this comment
Fives for the good old Kentucky Toad...

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