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Song Parodies -> "Anybody Seen My Dickies?"

Original Song Title:

"Anybody Seen My Baby?"

Original Performer:

Rolling Stones

Parody Song Title:

"Anybody Seen My Dickies?"

Parody Written by:

Below Average Dave

The Lyrics

This one I believe is my 39th recorded parody, and my 42nd overall recording. Check it out at Soundclick for free. . .you know I still record em all.
I woke up one day you see
Couldn't find my watch or keys
Trying to hang on to that job was so laughable

Then my pants had a big hole
Showed I wore briefs after all
Boss was quick to say I'm "Fired"

My mind is fried
I just don't know what to do
Then I, I starve all night
I wish I could find my food

I can't seem to find my wallet
Think I lost my shirt in the town
Likely gonna lose my mind
It's lost, memory's unkind
Hope someday I'll turn this around

I ordered Sex on the Beach
Drank it down, jumped to my feet
Then my eyes became a blur

Trying to avoid a fight
But I swear he stole my bike
Did I just lose it again?

My words have slurred
Lost my pants, so I am in the nude
Left them Don't know where
My car may be gone for good

( Anybody seen my Dickies )
( Think I left them down on the ground )
( Wish I could find my eyes )
( Hey Sir, have you seen my mind )
Anybody seen it around (Anybody Seen, anybody seen it around)
Oh yeah, lost it again

First I lost my boxers
then Fleece
next my clippers
and my whole wardrobe

I hope to find my sanity, it's like this

Anybody seen my sausage (Anybody, Anybody Seen My Sausage)
Has anybody seen it, anybody seen it around
I just walked outside
Looked in
It was gone, yes gone, bye-bye
Anybody seen it around

Why did you just eat my sausage
You should leave things where they're found

Oh Yeah, I must have looked a thousand times
Sometimes I think it's a trick on my imagination.
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Matthias - May 28, 2007 - Report this comment
As I said... I can relate to this. While in summer camp I was nicknamed, "Matthew "Where's My Head" Stovarsky"
Red Ant - May 29, 2007 - Report this comment
Having spent forty minutes last night looking for my clipboard, I can relate. Do I sense some very thinly veiled double entendres here, or am I reading too much into it? Very good recording, both your voice and the backing track, though at times it drown you out in spots. If I forget where I left the 555 vote, remind me it was here. ;)
stuart mcarthur - May 30, 2007 - Report this comment
I'm sensing the same double entendres Jack thinks he may be sensing - timely release for the Rolling Stones Artistry comp BADave - good job - 555
Rex - June 01, 2007 - Report this comment
(Artistry) Great job using a universal topic.
bobpiecheese - June 04, 2007 - Report this comment
(Artistry)...what's a Dickie? Anyways, awesome job, young Dave!
Syncronos - June 04, 2007 - Report this comment
I DKTOS, but...well...what IS a Dickie?
Below Average Dave - June 04, 2007 - Report this comment
Dickies are a brand name of pants here in America
Agrimorfee - June 05, 2007 - Report this comment
(Artistry) Brave choice of song...everybody else went for some oldie-moldies, but you picked the modern age. Kudos for making the choruses different each time. There's that far-from-left-field turn about the Sausage, which it took the comments of others for me to "get"--damn, I'm getting too old. :) Cool beans (and very nice recording, too!)
Max Power - June 05, 2007 - Report this comment
(Artistry) Chick with dick
stuart mcarthur - June 13, 2007 - Report this comment
(Artistry) see above - I downloaded the recording, BADave, and although I'm impressed by the quality, gee I can't recall this OS at all - yet the title is so familiar - anyway nice storyline and I DID get the Dickies reference - 555
Ethan Mawyer - June 13, 2007 - Report this comment
(Artistry) I think you're alll reading into it a bit too much with double entendres, because if sausage is supposed to be something besides a food and it was removed from its proper place and eaten then this song probably doesn't belong on this site. Looks like a cautionary tale about drinking too much to me.
Jack Wilson - June 13, 2007 - Report this comment
I remember the OS, and I was like 8 or 9 ( came out in 97 right?)so I didnt know who the Stones were, I just remmeber the video kind of and thought "Who;s this creepy old guy singing?" great job
Mikey Squirrel - June 13, 2007 - Report this comment
(Artistry) I thought this was a song about Bobbit (who lost his dickie in a different way) and I didn't quite understand what it meant 'til I read the comments. Good job, BaDave.
Pappa Smurf - September 12, 2007 - Report this comment
Good work I don't have any dickies

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