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Song Parodies -> "Treachery and Piracy"

Original Song Title:

"Ebony and Ivory"

Original Performer:

Paul McCartney & Stevie Wonder

Parody Song Title:

"Treachery and Piracy"

Parody Written by:

blackjack21

The Lyrics

Paul McCartney week continues: Yo ho, yo ho, a pirate's life for me....


Treachery and Piracy, work together for perfect larceny
Side by side we will dock boats, on board and hoard, pillaging

We're all told, that pirates are to blame wherever we go
There is mostly bad in all of us
Forced to loot, and we don't give a hoot
What the hell, we'll survive, and that ain't no jive

Lechery and Piracy, go together for perf' debauchery
Side by side we will lock boats, on board and whored, plundering

Treachery, Piracy, maybe a bit debauchery
Lechery, thighs we see, Ooooo...

And you know, some *pirates* are so lame, they're never our bros
What's the good, kidnap; for ransoming?
Got no style and they're not worthwhile sea broth-ers
They must flee to survive, they're takin' a dive

Treachery and Piracy, fit together with abject lechery
Wide I tied my bandana, seaboard, got sword, sly salt, me
Far and wide top banana, seaward, on board, sail the seas

Treachery, Piracy, giving you fits out on the sea
Lechery, larceny, how do you pro-tect treasury
Booty de-bauchery, daily a pirate potpourri
Revelry, ribaldry, living a pirate fantasy...

(fade out)

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Arrrrr! P-C;

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Mark Scotti - November 18, 2009 - Report this comment
ARRRRRGH!!! 555 pieces of eight for you, matey!!!
rob - November 18, 2009 - Report this comment
great parody about liberals.
Andria - November 18, 2009 - Report this comment
Great job, blackjack. I am, of course, disgusted with Rob's comment, but I liked your parody enough to say "5s mark the spot!".
John Barry - November 18, 2009 - Report this comment
Arrrrrrrrrgh! 5s
Old Man Ribber - November 18, 2009 - Report this comment
5-5-5 on a dead man's chest...you ho ho and a bottle of fun! ;D
DJ Blaze - November 18, 2009 - Report this comment
Do what you want cause a pirate is free, YOU ARE A PIRATE! 555
stooge - November 18, 2009 - Report this comment
Yo ho ho and a bottle of 5's
blackbeard21 - November 19, 2009 - Report this comment

Marrrrk: Avast, that be 4440 pieces, thanks matey!

rob: a bilge-sucking spin, now off to the poop deck with ye before we keelhaul yer scurvy kiester! ;-)

Andria: Aye, hearty thanks to ye, my faithful commenteer. P-)

John: Thanks be to you, matey. Arrrrrrr!

OMR: Shiver me timbers! Who ye be callin’ a “ho ho” landlubber? Methinks ye have more in that bottle than fun. Arrrr! P,-)

DJ Blaze: Aye lad, a pirate after me own heart. Ye could be a fine powder monkey someday. P,-)

stooge: Blimey, more ho ho’s, where be me blinkin’ twinkies!? Arrrrrr! P,-)

To Everyone: Thanks for weighin’ in with yer fine comments, this old scallywag thinks ye all be shipshape! P-)

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