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Song Parodies -> "Songs Of Croft Part XLVII-Square-Shaped Box."

Original Song Title:

"Heart-Shaped Box"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Nirvana

Parody Song Title:

"Songs Of Croft Part XLVII-Square-Shaped Box."

Parody Written by:

Ocean-Sirius

The Lyrics

Part of a big series of parodies about the Tomb Raider series of games. Lara Croft often has to push heavy boxes around in the games. =)
I'd eye it with some dread,
If I felt weak,
If I don't pull it out,
I'll be stuck here for weeks,
I've just escaped some annoying trap,
I wish to have a light source when it turns black.

Hey wait,
It's heavier than train freight,
Forever dependant on my own might,
My own might.

Meat eating teeth forgive no one yet,
Cut myself on jagged rock and fiery breath,
Broken slabs from such highness,
I'm left trapped,
Throw down my climbing gear,
So I can climb right back.

Hey wait,
It's heavier than train freight,
Forever dependant on my own might,
My own might.

I'd eye it with some dread,
If I felt weak,
If I don't pull it out,
I'll be stuck here for weeks,
I've just escaped some annoying trap,
I wish to have a light source when it turns black.

Hey wait,
It's heavier than train freight,
Forever dependant on my own might,
My own might.
Hate,
The weight,
It's heavier than train freight,
Forever dependant on my own might,
My own might.


By
Ocean-Sirius.

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Red Ant - April 09, 2005 - Report this comment
444. Very good. Couple things I noticed. One, this may be the most parodies about a topic in one day on Amiright.com, so you may have a record there. Two, most of the bands you have listed I have never heard of and several have the HTTP ending 0.shtml, telling me that provided you didn't get the artist name wrong you have the first submission from them ( of the decade anyway ), so gratz there again. Three, I'm not really up to date on my Roman numerals, but this says to me "47", yet I see about half them here. Will the rest be out in the next few days?
Ocean-Sirius - April 10, 2005 - Report this comment
They are all up on another site so they just have to be copied and pasted. =) Thought it was time to share 'em with a wider audience. I apologise for my ignorance of decades. =) There are 56 in total and this is 47, yes. :)
Red Ant - April 11, 2005 - Report this comment
I didn't say you got the decade wrong, just saying that when you see a HTTP end 0.shtml, it usually means that is the first submission of that band and song for that decade. This one is correct, and the 175.shtml means this is the 176th Nirvana song of the 90s ( the first is always 0.shtml ). There are several 0.shtml endings that are not appropriate due to misspelling TOS author name, giving credit to the wrong songwriter, or posting in the wrong decade.
Josh 999 - April 13, 2005 - Report this comment
I know...however, there may be fewer 90s parodies of Nirvana songs now since some of them might be duplicates and the duplicates got deleted. Also, the songwriter is not always the same as the singer. For example, there's a parody of "I'm A Believer" on this site that has Neil Diamond listed as the original performer; I happen to know that he wrote the song, but he himself never performed it; the Monkees did. I'd give the URL, but if I do, many folks would probably go over there, see the comments there, and start leaving more inane comments.

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