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Song Parodies -> "Hunted By Seagulls"

Original Song Title:

"Everyday People"

Original Performer:

Joan Jett & the Blackhearts

Parody Song Title:

"Hunted By Seagulls"

Parody Written by:

the_conqueror_of_parodies

The Lyrics

Mine! Mine! Mine! Mine! Mine! Mine! Mine! Mine! Mine! Mine! Mine! Mine! Mine!
Whether in flight or walkin' in throngs
They're after me-e and my fresh noms
They hunger for burgers and fresh salted chips
Lots of those here, but mine they've picked
I-I-I-I-I-I-I am hunted by seagu-ulls

Ev'ry beach trip, lots of rampant, hungry birds rush
Me, and it's real hard to scoff my lunch down to ward them off
Really hope won't trip on stones
Runnin' from hundreds of chirpy jerky birdies
Ooh, sha, sha
They're peckin' at my nethe-e-e-ers (ooh, sha, sha)

I know I shouldn't keep bringin' my food
To the beach whe-en the same thing resumes
But, see, I'm hungry, love the breezy wind
Don't care if things get Hitchcockian
I-I-I-I-I-I-I'm still hunted by seagu-ulls

Still, I'm lucky that their hunger fury means that
I'm in no danger of one or all of them droppin' dung
Would be gross, in two ways, bro
Let's move on, might throw up, won't help me flee these birdies
Ooh, sha, sha
Throw the food? Litter? Neve-e-e-er (ooh, sha, sha)
Ooh!

Uh!

I'm so sick of my lunch
Attractin' hordes of seagulls
Like the Findin' Nemo ones
With a homicidal touch
Not a joke, aimed for my throat
They all want my damn lunch, no matter if it's bloody
Ooh, sha, sha
Die-ie-ie-ie-ie-ie-ie, you bloodthirsty seagulls

"Hitchcockian" is totally a word, apparently. Oh, and also: Mine! Mine! Mine! Mine! Mine! Mine! Mine! Mine! Mine! Mine! Mine! Mine! Mine!

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Rob Arndt - March 01, 2016 - Report this comment
How true- 555! Now, if you can do a parody on seagull poop on your freshly washed car ;-)
Max Power - March 13, 2016 - Report this comment
This goes to show how pigeons aren't the only birds known to do this kind of thing. Seagulls are just as bad, just not as widespread.
Peter Andersson - March 20, 2016 - Report this comment
Well, you snatched the subject for all there was to grab. I agree about "Hitchcockian", it's totally a legit word, especially here.
Matthias - March 21, 2016 - Report this comment
I know I read this one but I guess I forgot to comment. This one was a blast not just for the birds!
Jeff Reuben - March 22, 2016 - Report this comment
Ah, describes my beach experiences! Or my work experiences with Canadian Geese.
Abbott Skelding - March 23, 2016 - Report this comment
Never heard the OS before (it's a cover right? It sounds awfully familiar) Nice title sub and this is definitely Hitchcockian. Well done!
Blaydeman - March 27, 2016 - Report this comment
(Artistry) I've never had a problem with the seagulls. Me and the gulls are on good terms. Anything that makes me think of the "Finding Nemo" seagulls, is a good thing! LOL! Lots of fun!

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