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Song Parodies -> "Hell's Angel"

Original Song Title:


Original Performer:

Sara McLauglin

Parody Song Title:

"Hell's Angel"

Parody Written by:

Paul Wooten

The Lyrics

True story, only the name of the motorcycle gang has been changed to protect the ...ahem... innocent
Spent all my cash tryin'
To get in her pants
All night buyin' whiskey, okay?
Blond bitch kept teasin,
And struttin' her stuff
I was hard by the end of the day
I needed some action
I kept begging her' "Please?"
Mammaries drove me insane
They might be plastic
But they were fantastic
And I need a piece tonight

But arms of her Hell's Angel
Pry awaaaaay, my beer
And his choke, hold, might spell doom
Unless the Lone Ranger's near
I was pulled, from, the cleavage
Of her giant , mammaries
In the arms of her Hell's Angel
Would you di-iiial, nine one one please?

So scared of his strait knife
And everywhere I turn
There's bikers with guns in their belt
And my head keeps on twistin'
It keeps on turning around
Now I know just how Linda Blair felt
It won't make no difference
'Less help gets here quick
Leaking, blood like a sieve
Life flashed before me
I'll prob'ly need morphine
If I, manage , to live

Yea arms of her Hell's Angel
Pried awaaay, my beer
And his choke, hold, might spell doom
Unless the Lone Ranger's near
I was pulled, from, the cleavage
Of her giant mammaries
In the arms of her Hell's Angel
Would you di-iiiiial, nine one one please?
In the arms of her Hell's Angel
Would you di-iiiial, nine one one please?

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Pacing: 4.8
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Overall Rating: 4.8

Total Votes: 6

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Sarah McLachlan - February 15, 2004 - Report this comment
Hey, great parody of my song. Except you spelled my last name incorrectly.
Jan Unwin - February 15, 2004 - Report this comment
I love the original and this parody is great too. I especially like how "And his coke, hold, might spell doom" plays off the original lyrics. 5-5-5
Birgitta - February 15, 2004 - Report this comment
"Pulled from the cleavage"-lol Paul...reading this parody,actually made me remember all of her lyrics...another display of your brilliant mind.Very good job. :-)
Paul W. - February 15, 2004 - Report this comment
Jan: mucho thanks ,coming from you is high praise. Birgitta:It was fun and sad writing it, it did actually happen kinda' just like this. I can still see behind me without turning around lol.
Diva - February 21, 2004 - Report this comment
Here's a little motorcycle history, you may all enjoy.
Hell's Angels, Outlaws, and other biker gangs really do exist, even today. They are know as "ONE PERCENTERS" . The US government coined the name after the results of a study, which found that 99% of people that own motorcycles are regular law abiding citizens and only 1% are gang related. Something to remember next time you see a Motocyclist on the highway! =)
Great Parody Paul!
Paul Wooten - February 23, 2004 - Report this comment
Diva, thanks for your comments, and they are very true. I myself ride and have many friends with bikes who are anything but the type portrayed here. It was most unfortunate that I met the wrong kind here!

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