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Song Parodies -> "Mr. Bean"

Original Song Title:

"Billy Jean"

Original Performer:

Micheal Jackson

Parody Song Title:

"Mr. Bean"

Parody Written by:

Robert McCann

The Lyrics

He was more like a stupid clown in a dressing gown
I said I mind your a booty sheep who is the one
Come and pounce on the door like a barrr sheep
He said barr like a sheep
Come and pounce on the door like a barr sheep
He told me his name is Mr. Bean but he talked funny
Then every head turned with icy cream of being the one
Who will pounce on the door like a barrr sheep

People always speared me be careful who you kill
Don't go around breaking them girls carts
And Pucker always told me be careful of play doh
Be careful what you do when that pie is in your tooth

Mr. Bean is not my muma
He's just a man who speaks in some strange language
But sid is not a gun
He said I have a gun
But sid is not a gun

For podgy ways and for podgy fights
I was covered in stuff
When he's in a band in command his words are strange
He will pounce on the door like a barrr sheep
Just take a big slice
just remember a really big slice
(big large slice)
He told a lady plus one is three
then she told him what?
He showed a photo of a black sheep in a pan

People always speared me be careful who you kill
Don't go around breaking them girls carts
And Pucker always told me be careful of play doh
Be careful what you do when that pie is in your tooth

Mr. Bean is not my muma
He's just a man who speaks in some strange language
But sid is not a gun
He said I have a gun
But sid is not a gun

But sid is not a gun
He said I have a gun
But sid is not a gun

Mr. Bean is not my muma
Mr. Bean is not my muma
Mr. Bean is not my muma
Mr. Bean is not my muma
Mr. Bean is not my muma
Mr. Bean is not my muma

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Michael Pacholek - January 20, 2005 - Report this comment
If VH1 ever does "The 50 Most Awesomely Bad Comedians... Ever!" Rowan Atkinson will rank ahead even of Carrot Top. The only think I ever liked him in was "Four Weddings and a Venereal. Funeral!"
Phil Alexander - January 21, 2005 - Report this comment
Michael - Rowan Atkinson is staggeringly talented as a comedian, but I've not been completely sold by his film roles (Johnny English, and especially Bean). His "Devil" soliloque is one of the funniest monologues, ever. Please don't rate him only on the bits you've seen over in the States, and even better, see if you can find any ancient "Not the 9 O'Clock News" videos hanging round somewhere...
I was hopeful when I saw the title of this parody (after all, I've done a Mr Bean/Killer Queen parody), but IMO it could have been better.
Michael Pacholek - January 21, 2005 - Report this comment
9:00? Who the hell watches news at 9:00? 5, 6, 7, 10, 11, sure. But 9?
Phil Alexander - January 21, 2005 - Report this comment
Yeah... but this was Not the 9 O'Clock News (at the time, the BBC news was on at 9... 21:00, that is).

PS.. have you watched any Blackadder, Michael?
santa - February 15, 2005 - Report this comment
yeah whatever you bean
Cody Slusher - November 05, 2008 - Report this comment
What the crap is Mr.Bean?
Lifeliver - March 10, 2013 - Report this comment
@ Phil Alexander, Michael Pacholek: I ferreted out this five-year-old, rather lame parody because I've just submitted a shot at 'Billie Jean' myself, so was interested in other attempts. Your exchange caught my eye and I'd like to share a few thoughts.

@ Phil: I see you made vain attempts to explain the versatility and virtuosity of Rowan Atkinson, a great natural comic and unique talent, both verbally and visually. He has wisely retired the 'Mr Bean' phenomenon due to overexposure. One of the problems with this character is that he is accessible universally because the style is very visual and penetrates linguistic and cultural barriers, like Chaplin - rare for comedians. When I came to Japan 15 years ago Mr Bean was practically a household word, but no one knew anything about the articulate, mellifluous actor behind him. And because his material is family fare, kids especially loved him; they can't resist adults acting like idiots. I agree the character did not transfer well to the big screen. I think one of the problems was the script, not to mention the direction and the supporting cast. I thought the 'Johnny English' movies were better.

The first 'Blackadder' series was crap, but the subsequent ones were hugely acclaimed and popular, thanks to a brilliant supporting cast (Hugh Laurie, Stephen Fry, Rik Mayall, Tony Robinson, Brian Blessed, Patsy Byrne) and the riotous scripts of Ben Elton and Richard Curtis. 'The Thin Blue Line' was another great series. Though Atkinson's style is very individual, he seems to come up best when surrounded by other, different comic talents.

@ Michael: kudos for spotting Atkinson in 'Four Weddings'. You'll also find him as a child-detesting hotel manager in the Roald Dahl children's classic 'Witches', starring Angelica Houston. 'Not the Nine O'Clock News' was an inspired satirical series well worth checking out on the Tube, where quite a few episodes have been posted (Try the 'Constable Savage' sketch for starters). Though very topical (early 80s), it's brimming with originality and comedic talent (Mel Smith, Griff Rhys-Jones, Pamela Stephenson).

His live stage work is a textbook of timing and build. He doesn't do stand-up but performs in character, specializing in solemn pompous types like schoolmasters and ministers. Phil mentioned his 'Devil' routine. There's also 'Amazing Jesus' and 'A meeting with the Principal'.

Why bother with all this? Because one of my students told me 'I can't stand Rowan Atkinson!' Of course she meant I can't stand 'Mr Bean'! Well, who can? That's the general idea. Also, I find I have misjudged American comics based on what I've seen on TV or movies. You have to check out their live work to see what they're really about. British vs American humor can also be an issue with the parodies on this site. As most of them are by Americans, they're too 'ethnic' for me to get it half the time, though American pop culture and media are more widely disseminated than the Brit equivalent. Sorry so long - just some weekend reflections.

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