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Song Parodies -> "Lost in Space"

Original Song Title:

"Walk This Way"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Lost in Space"

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The Lyrics

Very good as a duet between someone who sounds like Steven Tyler opposite a text to speech program tweaked to sound like the late Dick Tufeld. This parody is the plot for Lost in Space - the Movie starring William Hurt and Matt LeBlanc. Use the full midi file or karaoke disk - this syncs with the original if you can read it fast enough without laughing.
(I was a) Turncoat doctor passed out in a locker
On a ship called the Jupiter Two,But they turned it into scrap
Saying, 'it's the last stop for you'.
But the ship's off course and their last resource
Was a hyperdrive trip out of here.
Nearly went offline
But don't you know, it worked fine
And now we've traveled fifty million light years.

Oh, dear.

The ship set down and we took a look around
On a vessel called the Proteus
And we soon found out
That the crew all died
Got the Robot booby-trapped

Twenty years ago a-looking for us!
Penny found a monkey-boy that would make a great toy
And decided that she wanted it tamed
But spiders came through the wall
So Donnie nuked 'em all
And the Proteus went down in flames.

We were blind and
Lost in Space (4x, screaming)

Here we go again...

The pain.

(synthesizer solo)

So down we crashed and all our hopes were dashed
Till they spotted an anomaly
And a fight broke out
Over who was stepping out
To get a rocketload of energy.
There was no denying the testosterone was flying
Missus Robinson was ready to kill,
While I sat incarcerated
And I later contemplated
Making buddy-buddy, rappin' with Wil.

(synthesizer solo)

Well, we grabbed a laser gun and then we hit the ground a-runnin'
Maybe try to see what we could see
Daddy found a time-bubble
And got in a load of trouble
With a chrome-plated version of me
Cuz' they were cooking up a gadget that would use some movie magic
And take Willie back to yesterday.
He fought a big steel spider
Made the future shiny-brighter
But it's just the same, anyway

(Since we're gonna stay)
Lost in Space! (8x, screaming)

Think it doesn't compute?

Express permission granted to perform in public, in privates, and in public in your privates.Permission especially granted to LUKE SKI, TOM SMITH or WIERD AL, - but let me know if you cut it to a CD so I can buy one and show it off ;-)Freon

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Adagio - December 29, 2003 - Report this comment
Freon...very enjoyable. Glad you chose Aerosmith! It lends a little more depth to the sitcom.
Dr. Smith - December 29, 2003 - Report this comment
I don't remember the guy who voiced the Robot dying or anything. I checked his bio on IMDb and he's apparently still alive. However, Jonathan Harris (Dr. Smith) died either this year... I gave it all 5's!
Johnny D - December 30, 2003 - Report this comment
Freon - January 09, 2004 - Report this comment
Good God, Is Dick Tufeld still alive? My bad.
Freon - January 09, 2004 - Report this comment
Missing line: not sure if it was cropped by a zealous family filter or not but it is missing now. The first stanza should read: (I was a) Turncoat doctor passed out in a locker On a ship called the Jupiter Two, Got the Robot boobytrapped But they turned it into scrap Saying, ‘it’s the last stop for you’. Freon
ChuckyG - January 09, 2004 - Report this comment
There's no family filter, so you either didn't cut/paste the line, or the site gobbled it somehow.
Phil Alexander - January 12, 2004 - Report this comment
It's kinda hard to do at speed, but it fits very well (I'm glad I read down to your last message, or you'd only have got a 4 for pacing ;-) ) - if this is your first parody, it's a great way to start.

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