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Song Parodies -> "20000 Sheep"

Original Song Title:

"20000 Feet"

Original Performer:

Saxon

Parody Song Title:

"20000 Sheep"

Parody Written by:

Peter Andersson a.k.a K1chyd

The Lyrics

Some weeks ago I was flipping between channels and got held up at the economic news where there was this short piece on about some booming factory in China that manufactured inflatable things for the European and American market. The excited owner proudly declared to the intrigued reporter that his company had rapidly become world leading in many important fields of this trade, for one they now exported (every year) 20000 inflatable sheep to the US!Unfortunately I haven't been able to find confirmation of this on the web (the necessary search word "inflatable" tends go give too many unwanted hits, go figure) but as the second best thing I've gotten hold of the anonymous buyer (for the sake of this parody let's pretend it's just one single pervert who buys them all) and this is his story:
If there's one thing I love
It's farmyard thighs to shove
Watchin' gloves on farriers do lambs
'Twas just like finding gold
A dot com site that sold
A rusticating box, a plastic deal

Ten at the time, 'til I sigh
I'm living out fantasies
With 20000 sheep

It's the making of a stud
From cop a feel to thud
I have assorted pumps just standing by
Half the price of brides
That's how I like to ride
The Chinese got a deal, and I supply

Ten at the time, blown up wry
I'm living out fantasies
With 20000 sheep
20000 sheep
20000 sheep

If they're whiter than white
Smoother than wool
I'll point towards the ceiling from the curls
Then mount an ewe
And I feel relieved
Riding on my herd of plastic squeal

Ten at the time, in my sty
I'm living out fantasies
With 20000 sheep
20000 sheep

I'm uuuuh... disgrace
That said, seem to persevere
Therefore, to quake
Got to get some head coup de grace

20000 sheep
20000 sheep
20000 sheep
20000 sheep


-Baaaaaaaaaaaa...


© Peter Andersson.

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Steve K. - March 16, 2006 - Report this comment
Definitely DKTOS. Man, I knew our trade deficit with the PRC was bad, but inflatable sheep?????
Tommy Turtle - March 16, 2006 - Report this comment
DKTOS #3, funny anyway... You and Rick Duncan ("Farmyard Love") drinking buddies? 3 Fives for ewe.
Red Ant - March 16, 2006 - Report this comment
Great OS song choice (I take it Saxon wasn't very big in America?..) and funny work here Peter. Do you pronounce "ewe" as "oui" or "wee"? If so, the line "Then mount an ewe" was even funnier since it could be read "Then mount an' WEE!" (and would rhyme with the line below). Oh, the URL for ordering those sheep is3w.ewelovemelongtime.com (not really, but....).
Peter Andersson a.k.a K1chyd - March 16, 2006 - Report this comment
Steve K: Japan wiped out Detroit in the 80s, The PRC might just be going for all of Alabama!

Tommy Turtle: Only if someone else pays for the beer, we're cheap f*uckers.

Red Ant: I learned the word "ewe" on the forum the other day so I'm exercising a/the newbies right to pronounce it as baaaaaadly as it takes to rhyme with "relieved". As for Saxon they were big enough in the NWOBTH to be still around today, but as far as I know they never really conquered America, I know they toured and tried but I don't think it really happened for them. I also think I'm the only one making parodies of their songs, alter the 2 in the URL to 1 and 0 and you'll find my other two parodies of their songs so far, 1 should be a refind actually.
Peter Again - March 16, 2006 - Report this comment
What I meant was NWOBHM (New Wave Of British Heavy Metal).
Larry Hensley - March 17, 2006 - Report this comment
Really hilarious! 555's!
Red Ant - March 29, 2006 - Report this comment
(numbers/symbols) S(h)ee(p) above! I forgot about your Saxon 0.shtml parody, I'll try to d/l a version of it in the next few days. BTW, this indirectly inspired "Tryst With The Sheep".
Matthias - March 29, 2006 - Report this comment
Sweet OS, thanks for the introduction.... As for this parody all I can say that you are a Baaaaaaaaaa-d man.... 555
Cat - March 29, 2006 - Report this comment
(ABC #s) I was wondering about that and Red Ant's parody...you really are a sheepish man, Peter.
Johnny D - April 09, 2006 - Report this comment
(ABC) "I have assorted pumps just standing by" ... LOL & Ewwwwwww(e).
Stuart McArthur - April 12, 2006 - Report this comment
(ABC) hilarious news item, and hilarious treatment of it Peter!
Agrimorfee - May 12, 2006 - Report this comment
(ABC05 Finals) Read it for the first time here. Not bad at all, even if DKTOS.
Johnny D - May 29, 2006 - Report this comment
(ABC Finals) See above!

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