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Song Parodies -> "Splinter"

Original Song Title:

"Winter"

Original Performer:

The Rolling Stones

Parody Song Title:

"Splinter"

Parody Written by:

Merry & Pippin

The Lyrics

If you do not know the OS, a low bit-rate MP3 can be found here
Ow! Ow! (bleeped mumbling)

I been skewer'd by a bold old splinter
While I'd been repaintin' moulding on my house
It sure took a hold, that splinter
And a lot of blood did all spurt out

Been skewer'd by a shard shard splinter
Like teeth its ragged edges ground
Can I cope, it's gonna need an art'ry plumber
As a lot o' blood's a concerning sight

And I wish I'd been somewhat fella-brawnier
When my lights dimmed as the Missus tweezed it out
All just from turning that fell brush's handle
'Fraid that putrefaction pus'll all abound

Ow! - I've sure got a whole hole skin-tear voidy
The pieces snaggin' most profound
Pray it heals without contaminatin'
My poor ring fing-er a band-aid goes round

When out it's fished, I see now a whole canyon
With this plight my future dext'rousness in doubt
Well digit's burning like hell cooking scandals
And my next oration stays best unpronounced...!

Ah call 9-1-1

Stunned, I, I think about why baby an' yell
And, rum-primed, I pry it outta, and I
yell yell yell yell yell yell yell yell
Now apply antiseptic on it - screamin'
Yeah apply antiseptic on it - screamin'

First aid I'm balkin' at...

Yeah where's my amb'lance got to now?
Hell, pain is now!
Sure think ya better a-bleep my words
Some grime's a turnin' laceration browna
This time I really fear there's gangrene formin'
Stun grime: I'm pourin' anaesthetic on by quarty
This time I really fear there's gangrene formin'
This wide abrasion's reapin' harm harm harm yeah
Stun grime: I'm pourin' anaesthetic on and morphine try
Yeah fraidy - decline to heal right
So I So I ... die die die die die

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mandamoo - February 09, 2007 - Report this comment
Ouch ! I felt that ! Good job !!!
alvin rhodes - February 09, 2007 - Report this comment
this one really got under my skin....what a tear-voidy...lol
John Barry - February 09, 2007 - Report this comment
I've got one under my skin/With tweezers, it will depart from me.
Stuart McArthur - February 09, 2007 - Report this comment
oh no, I just got hit by a putrefaction pus - knee-deep in wordplay as always, you two - lol - 555
Below Average Dave - February 09, 2007 - Report this comment
"With this plight my future dext'rousness in doubt"--you are like a Weird Al Shakesphere. . .while I doub this would bean easy feat to record-nor would many get it, I found it very amuzing and very. . .well. . .remenicent of splinters past. . .those little buggers hurt.
Meriadoc - February 10, 2007 - Report this comment
Thanks everyone! It was great fun trying to do an entire long OS about a splinter in the finger. I guess it's a discipline builder - hee hee.
wandlimb - February 11, 2007 - Report this comment
"It sure took a hold, that splinter And a lot of blood did all spurt out" I'll never hear this song the same way again.

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