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Song Parodies -> "Moonpants"

Original Song Title:

"Moondance"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Van Morrison

Parody Song Title:

"Moonpants"

Parody Written by:

Rick Duncan

The Lyrics

Just a flash of the can.....
It's a very good day for my moonpants
There's a lot of young girls on the street
I am dressed in a very tight leather
With a very loose flap on the seat

I wait for an opportune moment
And I drop a pen onto the ground
I wait till all eyes are upon me
Then say "Oops, clumsy me!" and bend down

And both the cheeks of my hiney
Are exposed to the air
I love the gasps and the horror
As they glimpse—derriere

Can I just flash in my moonpants for you my love?
Can I just flash in my moonpants for you my love?

Well I want the widest exposure
I just love to play up to a crowd
Spring my buns from their leather enclosure
Till the shrieking of women gets loud

I can usually make an escape fast
As the men in the blue can attest
As I ran away I was confronted
By a nut case who showed me her chest

And I was shocked and disgusted
By the sight of her rack
Now I am hiding in my room
And I'm not going back

I won't be flashing my moonpants for you my love
I won't be flashing my moonpants for you my love





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Johnny D - November 26, 2003 - Report this comment
Bootyful job, Rick - butt you knew I'd probably say that.
Guy - November 26, 2003 - Report this comment
This one's a real bummer. 'To the moon, Alice' to quote Jackie Gleason. Nice number.
Rice Cube - November 26, 2003 - Report this comment
Someone needs to explain to me what these moonpants be, I have a vague idea and that's why it was funny :-)
Meriadoc - November 26, 2003 - Report this comment
Rice, ye innocent... I think he is referring to those leather pants that bikers wear over their jeans which expose the buns...
Rick D - November 26, 2003 - Report this comment
Adtually, I have no idea. I just went for the rhyme, thought "I guess these would be pants you moon people in" and off it went. (The parody, not the pants)
Diva - November 27, 2003 - Report this comment
Those pants are known as chaps, and not many people at all ever expose their tussies. It's more of a novelty, than the norm.
Claude Prez - November 27, 2003 - Report this comment
What's funny is I was thinking about those slick-looking getups from the eighties and didn't even think about "I guess these would be pants you moon people in" til you mentioned it. I never wore that stuff so for all I knew they had flaps in the back. Anyway, "Oops, clumsy me!" is funny in any context.
Absolutley Write - November 29, 2003 - Report this comment
Holy bun-busters, Batman, thou art in rare form, Richard. 555
Troy - February 15, 2004 - Report this comment
Hahahahaha I pissed myself laughing with this parody. This bloke must have a severe case of plumbers crack hahahaha!!! All 5's mate, all 5's!

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