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Song Parodies -> "Piggy Miss Piggy"

Original Song Title:

"Willow Tit Willow"

Original Performer:

Gilbert and Sullivan

Parody Song Title:

"Piggy Miss Piggy"

Parody Written by:

Phil Alexander

The Lyrics

Or... the night Kermit went psycho
On a stage in a studio a little green frog
Sighed Piggy, Miss Piggy, Miss Piggy
And I said to him Kermy, say, isn't it odd
You say Piggy, Miss Piggy, Miss Piggy
Do you feel that you've given her way too much flak
Knowing she's loving you, are you loving her back
But the look in his eyes showed a different track
For Piggy, Miss Piggy, Miss Piggy

He ranted that she never let him relax
This Piggy, Miss Piggy, Miss Piggy
And said she was the cause of his schizoid attacks
Was Piggy, Miss Piggy, Miss Piggy
And how he'd played a joke on her... just for fun
With a knife and an axe and an abattoir gun
And I said to him Kermit, oh what have you done
With Piggy, Miss Piggy, Miss Piggy

Then he showed me his hands, they were bloody and red
Piggy, Miss Piggy, Miss Piggy
And he lifted in triumph the dismembered head
Of Piggy, Miss Piggy, Miss Piggy
Then he went back to making his fresh apple sauce
To put on his dinner - t'was roast pork, of course
As he tucked in, he sighed as though feeling remorse:
Ah... Piggy, Miss Piggy, Miss Piggy

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Rock Princess - June 19, 2003 - Report this comment
OK, Phil, I assumed you know the rythm better tham me ... ;-) 5-5-5! Hilarious!
Jeff Baker - June 19, 2003 - Report this comment
Yuuuuccccckkkk!!!! But cool! I still love the original's line "But I probably will not exclaim as I die Oh Willow. Tit-willow. Tit-willow..." -----Jeff
Sweet Indigo - June 24, 2003 - Report this comment
That's the sickest thing I've ever read. Wonderful!
Jan Hayes - July 03, 2003 - Report this comment
Superb piece of work as ever!
Rick D - October 24, 2003 - Report this comment
Loved it. I have to remember that "sauce and course/remorse rhyme better on your side of the pond. I also loved the Allen Sherman lines- "Birdie your pardon I humbly would beg For this comf-ter-ble pillow right under your leg He said 'leave me alone when I'm laying an egg!'" Love the "He" part. Think of the comments Allen would get on this site.
Rick D - October 24, 2003 - Report this comment
Loved it. I have to remember that "sauce and course/remorse rhyme better on your side of the pond. I also loved the Allen Sherman lines- "Birdie your pardon I humbly would beg For this comf-ter-ble pillow right under your leg He said 'leave me alone when I'm laying an egg!'" Love the "He" part. Think of the comments Allen would get on this site.
Phil Alexander - October 24, 2003 - Report this comment
Rick, I've got to ask: which one (sauce/course/remorse) doesn't rhyme that side of the Atlantic?

My favourite Willow Tit Willow parody came from a whole "Godfather"-type Mikado parody that I was in at University - the last bit went:
Then off to his death flew that cute little bird
He was struck by a truck down on East 53rd
And from the exhaust pipe was distantly heard
Oh Dammit, godammit, godammit
..wonderful stuff ;-)
Rick D - October 27, 2003 - Report this comment
We got the hard "R"s. Which "sauce" doesn't have. Sometimes when I read your stuff, I put on a mental Brit accent and it works better. In the "Superglue" song, you rhymed "cost just twenty pence" with "how it went". Us here would have deflated the dollar, said "cost a lousy cent." Of course, twenty cents is the same rhyme, but you haven't got that option with your Mary Poppins money.
Phil Alexander - October 27, 2003 - Report this comment
I always said you Americans were a bunch of hard-R's fellows ;-)
AMIRIGHT AWARDS NOMINEE - November 13, 2003 - Report this comment
Best Sesame Street/Muppets Parody

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