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Song Parodies -> "I'm Too Silly"

Original Song Title:

"I'm Too Sexy"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Right Said Fred

Parody Song Title:

"I'm Too Silly"

Parody Written by:

Michael Pacholek

The Lyrics

Number 600. I expect presents. Or at least a cake. Please do not disturb Arwen while she's baking.
I'm too silly for my love, too silly for my love.
Love's leaving me laughing!

I'm too silly for my shirt, too silly for my shirt.
So silly it hurts!
And I'm too silly for Weird Al, too silly for Weird Al.
Accordion pal!

And I'm too silly for your parody, too silly for your parody.
You fake a disco number!

I'm a writer, you know what I mean?
And I post my little songs on the website.
Yeah, on the website.
Yeah, on the website.
Yeah, I post my little songs on the website.

I'm too silly for my car, too silly for my car.
Too silly by far!
And I'm too silly for my hat, too silly for my hat.
Ain't you laughing 'bout that?

I'm a writer, you know what I mean?
And I post my little songs on the website.
Yeah, on the website.
Yeah, on the website.
Yeah, I got 600 songs on the website!

(instrumental break)

I'm a writer, you know what I mean?
And I post my little songs on the website.
Yeah, on the website.
Yeah, on the website.
Yeah, I got 600 songs on the website!

I'm too silly for my cat! Too silly for my cat!
That chubby, that chunky cat!
I'm too silly for my love, too silly for my love.
Love's leaving me laughing!

And I'm too silly for this board!
OK, I don't have a love (for the moment), and I don't have a car, and pets are not allowed in my apartment building. But we have had some corpulent kitties in the family. And this is my 600th parody. (So whaddaya want, a medal?) That would be nice.

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Pacing: 4.7
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Overall Rating: 4.5

Total Votes: 15

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Johnny D - March 11, 2005 - Report this comment
Congratulations on making it to 600 posted parodies, Michael --- largely on the back of ol'Edmund Fitzgerald, I may add! ;-)
AFW - March 11, 2005 - Report this comment
This ain't too silly..it's just right
Tim Mayfield - March 11, 2005 - Report this comment
Congrats and nice one to use for #600. I tried to give you 600 but it only allowed 555.
Ashkicksass - March 11, 2005 - Report this comment
600? Good Lord, that's impressive! Mon' Congrats darling Michael! And great job on this one!
Rex - March 11, 2005 - Report this comment
Congratulations on your first 600. That's one mighty long-playing album.
Stuart McArthur - March 11, 2005 - Report this comment
well done Michael - I don't know how you keep coming up with the ideas - 555
Peter Andersson a.k.a K1chyd - March 12, 2005 - Report this comment
No, you're not...
Kristof Robertson - March 12, 2005 - Report this comment
Congrats Mikopedia....love your work and always get a kick out of your comments! On to 1000!!! 555
Michael Pacholek - March 12, 2005 - Report this comment
Thank you, everyone. It's been a pleasure. Some of these are easy (usually the ones that are too silly), but the tough ones are the most rewarding. Stuart: I'll tell you how: Watching the news. I've got over 100 on Bush alone. Johnny: Uh, I'm not sure about that one... some of the "Edmunds" on this site are not guys you wanna get on the back of, and I know that you know what I mean.
Red Ant - March 14, 2005 - Report this comment
Must abstain from voting as this song became very annoying after the 2nd time ( minus 1) I heard it, so my hate for this would contaminate an honest vote anyway ( besides, it practically parodies itself ). But Gratz Michael Pacholek for 600 parodies.
Serafina - March 14, 2005 - Report this comment
Congrats on your 600th parody, Mike. This one's great. :)
Michael Pacholek - March 14, 2005 - Report this comment
Here's the tally, folks -- assuming I counted right: 41 songs in the Presidential Parody Project; 150 other parodies about politics, including 103 about George W. Bush, 10 about the 2003 California recall election and 5 about John Ashcroft; 126 about sports, including 88 baseball (19 on the Boston Red Sox, 8 on the New York Mets and 6 on steroid use by ballplayers), 20 football, 14 hockey and 4 basketball; 51 about television shows, including 8 about "Star Trek," 7 sensational "Sesame Street" parodies (ah-ah-ah), and 5 on Christmas specials; 39 on movies, including 4 on the "Star Wars" films, 3 on the "Lord of the Rings" films, and 3 annual Oscar-fashion critiques, a.k.a. the Bjork Awards; 29 about Amiright itself or parody writing in general, including 12 tributes to individual Amirighters (2 of them to Arwen); 28 about music, including 4 each about Jennifer Lopez and Avril Lavigne -- and that's from someone who likes both of them; 22 about food or overeating; 14 about medical conditions; 9 about games or gambling; 9 about work; 8 about bad girlfriends (not including fat ones, who go into the food/overeating category); 8 about Christmas (not including TV specials); 6 about history or literature; 5 about comic book heroes; 4 about bad drivers; 4 about legal issues; 3 about airplane flights; 3 about computers; 3 about drinking or drugs (I was tempted to include these with the medical or food parodies); and 38 about other subjects.
Michael Pacholek - March 14, 2005 - Report this comment
Making the most appearances in my parodies: Billy Joel with 44, the Beatles with 42 (John on the lead for 20 songs, Paul 18, George 5 and Ringo 4, but all of his written by Paul, so he technically leads John 22-20), Elvis Presley with 17, 11 "Traditional" songs including 6 Christmas Carols, 9 each by Johnny Cash, Elton John and Gordon Lightfoot (one of them NOT being "The Wreck"), 8 each by Bob Dyland and Bruce Springsteen, 7 by Harry Chapin, 6 each by the Beach Boys, Meat Loaf, Paul Simon (including those with Art Garfunkel), Frankie Valli and/or the Four Seasons, and Eric Clapton (though 3 "Cocaine" parodies credited to J.J. Cale and 1 "I Shot the Sheriff" credited to Bob Marley); 5 each to the Doors and Eagles; and 4 each to Julie Andrews, Cher (1 with Sonny), Sam Cooke, Neil Diamond, Dion (1 with the Belmonts), Gilbert O'Sullivan, the Rolling Stones, the Temptations, the Village People, Bobby Vinton and The Who. Most-done song? "The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald," 8 times so far. 4 each for "Alone Again, Naturally," "Piano Man" and "Y-M-C-A."
Arwen - March 14, 2005 - Report this comment
Well, I love to make a fashionably late entrance...=) I was sick on Friday, Mister Pacholek...forgive me.

Now ON to the praise...600 PARODIES??? Good Hell! I thought I was something special when I hit 100...but then, I thought I was something special before I started posting parodies at all...hehehe.

CONGRATULATIONS, Michael! You have my respect, my awe, my adoration, my...uh...baking abilities, did you say? Sure...you can have those, too...=) Hooray!!!
Arwen - March 15, 2005 - Report this comment
Oh...and not to toot my own horn...but we both know you wouldn't have written that FABulous Hamlet parody if I hadn't whined about it for so long. Or at least I like to think that you wouldn't have...and therefore give myself credit for more of your brilliance...; ) Mmmmwah!
Michael Pacholek - March 15, 2005 - Report this comment
"Not to Be" (Hamlet) and "Desdemona" (Othello) most definitely would NOT have been written without Arwen -- though, to be fair, they also would not have been written without the foremost Shakespeare buff on Amiright, Phil Alexander. And, speaking of being late, since I don't think I said it (but if I did, it certainly bears repeating)... Congratulations, my precious, on joining the magic circle! No, not a magic RING. Joining the magic circle is what happens... when you now have got 100 songs to give.
Michael Pacholek - March 15, 2005 - Report this comment
One final tally: The chronology. Aside from those few songs whose origin I simply could not trace... I have 9 songs from before the 20th Century. (The oldest, apparently, is 2 to "Hark! The Herald Angels Sing," written by Charles Wesley in 1739.) There are 3 from the 1900s, none from the 1910s, 1 from the Twenties ("Oldman, Actor" to "Old Man River"), 3 from the Thirties, 3 from the Forties, 51 from the Fifties (I doubt anybody on this site can top that), a whopping 231 from the Sixties, 193 from the Seventies, and, reflecting my distaste for much of the music from my reliable memory, 68 from the Eighties, 20 from the Nineties and 13 from the 2000s. The year with the most? 1966 with 34. The fewest? Years since 1955 with none thus far include 1990, '95, '96 and, so far, 2005, though I suspect that will change, especially if there's a big novelty song this year, like 2002's "Sk8er Boi," 2003's "Stacy's Mom" or 2004's "1985" (which I haven't done yet). And the average date for the 600? July 26, 1968. Can any of you point to an average date for your parodies that's before you were born? Maybe that slimy fascist Coral Snake, but that's probably it.
Phil Alexander - March 16, 2005 - Report this comment
Way to go, Michael: I love the stats, too :-)
Arwen - March 16, 2005 - Report this comment
You did congratulate me once, Michael...but I take praise any way I can get it...=)

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