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Song Parodies -> "Stephen's Drunken Champloo"

Original Song Title:

"Beeswax"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Nirvana

Parody Song Title:

"Stephen's Drunken Champloo"

Parody Written by:

Stephen Harrington

The Lyrics

A parody about me being drunk and talking about anime and video games.
I've been drinking for over an hour
thinking about things that I've read and I've seen
c'mon baby, take a load off
we'll talk about stuff that you would not even believe

We're gonna talk all night
we're gonna talk all night
we're gonna talk all night
we're gonna talk

Feeling so tyspy
it really gets me in a talkative mood
video game and anime sale
including things like Final Fantasy and Pita-ten

We're gonna talk all night
we're gonna talk all night
we're gonna talk all night
we're gonna talk

Hey Misha-san
Kotarou's over there across the street
go help him cross
save him before he gets hit by that truck

We're gonna talk all night
we're gonna talk all night
we're gonna talk all night
we're gonna talk

Stupid video game localization
from the late 80's right into the early 90's
edits and alterations that were done to them
some of it makes no sense at all
Ranma 1/2 was badly altered
Magic John became Totally Rad
just look at the game Krion Conquest
it was called Magical Doropie which got cut to death

We're gonna talk all night
I feel giggly
we're gonna talk all night
we're gonna talk all night

Whoa......
the alcohol got to me
I see this kid
Magical Pop'n leave the broom alone

We're gonna talk all night
we're gonna talk all night
we're gonna talk all night
we're gonna talk all night
We're gonna talk all night
we're gonna talk all night
we're gonna talk all night
we're gonna talk


I found a website that has someone on it that translated Magical Doropie(aka as Krion conquest here in the US), Magical Pop'n, as well as a few other NES and SNES games. He also did a comparison with Totally Rad and its original Japanese version Magic John. These things inspired this parody. The Ranma 1/2 game that I'm talking about was the first one on the Super Famicom. When it was released here(US) it got graphically altered because the anime wasn't out over here.

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Pacing: 4.0
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Overall Rating: 4.3

Total Votes: 3

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Stephen aka Step-chan - February 24, 2005 - Report this comment
Oops! I put one too many lines in the last chorus. That's not to big of a deal though.
Red Ant - June 13, 2005 - Report this comment
Pacing a little off, but this song is practically impossible to pace right. 3 fifths of liquor.
Stephen aka Step-chan - June 21, 2005 - Report this comment
Thank you, Red Ant. I would like to see if I could do a better job on pacing to this song, I will try again to see if I can. In my opinion, this one paces a little bit better than "Calvin and Hobbes", since it is a medley idea(still not perfect though). Medley ideas give a little more lyrical freedom for songs like this.

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