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Song Parodies -> "Two Porsches"

Original Song Title:

"Two Princes"

Original Performer:

Spin Doctors

Parody Song Title:

"Two Porsches"

Parody Written by:


The Lyrics

Sung from the point of view of a car salesman rather than a desperate paramour.
One two, Porsches parked before you
(That's what you see now)
Porsches, Porsches you adore too
(They're what you want now)
Just one will empty out your pockets
(That's some bread now)
But they go like they were rockets
(They're really fast now)

One looks sleek in sterling gray now
(That's what you want now)
One looks real fast in racing green now
(You can't decide now)
Buy a porsche your lover will condone you
(How 'bout that now)
Buy a porsche, your wife she will disown you
(She'll kick your ass now)

Aww, what color you buy from me
It doesn't make a difference Doc now can't you see
If you buy the gray or buy the green
('Cause) it's still much more debt than you have ever seen
And you'll be in hoc a-way up to your knees

If you start to think it's crazy
(Think real hard now)
And if you want to tell me maybe
(Well that's all right now)
If you want to buy some big horsepower
(Just sign the deal now)
And if you want to drive for hours
(Just hit the gas now)

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Pacing: 4.4
How Funny: 4.1
Overall Rating: 4.2

Total Votes: 8

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S.T.G. - June 30, 2004 - Report this comment
The pacing was off, dude, and nothing bad against it's just how the song came off. You were adding extra syllables/words in places that didn't need those extra words. Piece of advice: try not to end with the same word so many times, and sing your parody to yourself and if you have to rush your version to fit with theirs then change it. from S.T.G.

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