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Song Parodies -> "Oprah's Party"

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From B'way show, Oklahoma

Parody Song Title:

"Oprah's Party"

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The Lyrics

What a gig!
Need no fig..leaf to hide your twig!
Drivin' up are Harleys, limos and Mercedes
Muscles, bring the guys, and
Boobies, bring the ladies!
Pink, brown, black.. are colors
That are right in style
Tickets to go..cost only a smile
Jump outa' bed and show up there
If you're Someone..with nothing to wear:

Oprah's Party!
It's a party no one ought'a miss
Close friend, Gayle King,
Swings on a swing
Giving big old Doctor Phil a kiss..

Oprah's Party!
Stedman flaunts a wrinkled paunchy pouch
There are barrels of booze,
A wild Tom Cruise
Bare ass naked, jumping on the couch!

Oprah flaunts her booty, wide spanned
John Travolta's nude disco ranks grand
With her toy..
Plays Cher...
Also Seigfried and Roy,
Prince, and Madonna
It's quite a bash..
Oprah's Party!
Oprah's Party, Oh Boy!

Oprah's Party!
David Letterman sparks Vanna White
Britney Spears is there
Less underwear,
Cam'ron Diaz making quite a sight..

Oprah's Party!
Diddy Combs shows he's a diddy guy..
There are more big names,
A Frey named James
Tries to make more little pieces fly

Elton John, no clothes, in pink shades
And an Elvis-Would-Be..just blue suedes
Heidi Klum
Ten guys..
Admiring her bum
Man what a party,
Superbly fine..
Oprah's Party!
Oprah's Party..Y'all come!

Oprah's Party!
Oprah's Party..Y'all come!

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Pacing: 5.0
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Overall Rating: 5.0

Total Votes: 6

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Guy - March 28, 2008 - Report this comment
Yep - This one is OKEY-DOKEY from Muskokie. I was in a grocery line the other day at the checkout and one of those tabloids had Oprah spanned across the front page with a headline about her getting binged off by someone, can't remember the name, and saying whe has gourged herself to 246 pounds. She's not a broad, she's a wide. Fine parody, Farce. Lots of good subs and refs - too many to mention so I'll just lay some 5s on ya.

Little known trivia fact. In the 80s I lived in the Baltimore/Washington DC corridor and I remember Oprahthere, a local news caster on WJZ TV in Baltimore. Whoda thunk it. WJZ did a biography cameo on all of their news casters one week. Oprah's story was that she was raised to a poor family in Mississippi. Her parents named her Orpah but a typo on the birth certificate made it Oprah. I think she was on Nashville local news before Baltimore. Just something to chew on about the big "O".
alvin - March 28, 2008 - Report this comment
most excellent....i'd love to see a video of this
2Eagle - March 28, 2008 - Report this comment
Boring party, but good parody.
littleCupCakes - March 28, 2008 - Report this comment
Very true parody, Sir L'Air, ~Duke o'Edge~
Stan Hall - March 28, 2008 - Report this comment
LIke Alvin, I await the video -- would have to be the biggest hoot since the Star Wars bar. Meanwhile, 5s.
Extra credit for sending up the best bit, bad as it is, from the worst musical _ever_. :-)
AFW - March 28, 2008 - Report this comment
Thanks all for votes and comments..

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