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Song Parodies -> "Resurrection Day"

Original Song Title:

"Election Day"

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Parody Song Title:

"Resurrection Day"

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The Lyrics

Mr Tubby is off to weigh in at his weight watchers club. While there he realises its pointless and rebels against corporate idea of the perfect body. It's kinda 1984 for fat guys lol McKeith is reference to the "poo detective" Gillian McKeith from the tv show "you are what you eat!". Gay is another word for stupid so my "street" friends tell me.
I'm kinda shook up to day
opening flies that snag on fat fingers.
Fat Prunes
not burning away
I cannot be-have
I'm eating to excess.

I'm lumpy ok
O-bese and I'm waistless - so waistless

Hall travel to as i sway
Rumours arrivals blocking the light source.
My Size
blocks the day
As i compare i'm looking all regal!
It's making your leaders
Red face, yeah! look evil.

Maximum fat on thighs
Your scale I climb on to.
I pull my shoes off and weighed
She looked no sound
I suffer the close shave.
Pull my shirt off and weighed
We're stepping up fat-ty inspection day.

Stretching my gut every way
guess your corporations starving my body
Use your computers display
'cause maybe we have no weightime left honey.

Snack from mum, chips n fries
Ex-posed in my poo!
I call mc-Keith off survey
My crap is my own,don't bother me this way!
Pull my shit off display
I'm running off! cos, this is just so gay!!!

(sub-Conscience speaks)
I've loads of snack maize, give us cramps,
All binned!
Cut open burgers surrounds this mans hands with sin
Tasting to fine to throw away
Take a chance!

Shouldn't be masking, riled and screaming
could be my rejection day.
It's no fun said goodbyes
I'll go somewhere new. . . .

I put my shoes on dis-mayed
I swallow my pride to suffer as fat-slave
Put my shirt on and say
we're calling out its disaffection day.

Resurrection day !

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Pacing: 5.0
How Funny: 4.2
Overall Rating: 4.4

Total Votes: 8

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Matthias - January 07, 2009 - Report this comment
This one kinda confused me too Tomario. I like your choices of original song, this was a pretty cool one. I never heard it before, nor have I heard of the band before, but it's pretty cool. Nice work.
Agrimorfee - January 08, 2009 - Report this comment
(Ages) Pacing was spot on. I do like surreality, but this one was just a little too weird--almost like a disconnected dream from a Weight Watchers member. (was that the idea?)
Jake A Ralphing (Luke Brattoni) - January 10, 2009 - Report this comment
(Ages) Brilliant OS rhyme matches throughout, but sometimes doing so made for stretched syntax and lost the comedic flow. :P Loved the 'opening flies that snag on fat fingers' line. Gold.
bobpiecheese - January 19, 2009 - Report this comment
(Ages2) You got the pacing down pat, but I was a little lost as to what went on during the parody (was the title meant to link to the topic in any way?)...basically what Agri said.
Glen S - January 21, 2009 - Report this comment
Good sound-alikes, but this is a hard parody to pull off because of the blocky nature of the original. One of my highlights was 'Snack from mum, chips n fries'
Below Average Dave - January 21, 2009 - Report this comment
(Ages) Pacing is right on, as I've said on other parodies that do this, I find "this is so gay" to be less than hilarious when it's not being used to poke fun at those who are ditzy--outside of that it was a little sketchy trying to follow, but your rhymescheme was pretty good.
Below Average Dave - January 21, 2009 - Report this comment
(Expanding on above) "poking fun at those who are ditzy" meaning those who would use the term in that manor regularly (usually the same people who say "Oh my God", "Totally" and "Like, Really"
Arwen - January 21, 2009 - Report this comment
AGES...I'm going to join the confused crowd on this one, but I'm giving you an A+ for teaching me that Duran Duran once had a different name. And here I thought I knew it all...; )
Melanie Lee - January 24, 2009 - Report this comment
(Ages) Very good pacing. I understand your overall message, but I don't think your particulars convey that message artfully enough. Also, some images too gross for me. Just a couple of laughs, but cute stuff. 5-3-4. P.S. I don't like using "gay" to mean stupid or lame or offbeat, but I didn't hold that against you in scoring.
Below Average Dave - January 24, 2009 - Report this comment
Thank you Melanie Lee--that's exactly what I meant with my comment too--that use of the word just doesn't sit with me wel.
Invisible Boy - January 25, 2009 - Report this comment
(ages) I'm Ok with "surreal" , as Agri said. It's tricky to take on an obscure OS and balance your choices between rhyme/syllable matching and meaning/humor. I give you credit for the effort you made here
I knew your use of the word "gay" would be called-out by Dave. I once did the same thing.I thought I was being "cute" and didn't realize that I was being offensive. Once it was pointed out to me, I've never gone there again.
Jeff Reuben - January 25, 2009 - Report this comment
(Ages) I actually know and like the OS. I think this was part of DD along with someone else, isn't it? Anyway, I enjoyed it :)

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