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Song Parodies -> "Beer Barrel"

Original Song Title:

"Oh Carol"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Neil Sedaka

Parody Song Title:

"Beer Barrel"

Parody Written by:

Andy Primus

The Lyrics

Best fit is to the original 1959 single:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WvD-9SIrhnE


Tosser = A contemptible person (used as a general term of abuse)

Beer barrel…suppin’ from is cool
Downin’: I love to…then I act a fool
I’m thirsty…so I’ll drink one dry
Then, for some nookie…I will surely try
Boozin’ makes me want to fight my brother…then to bonk a ho
Have sev’ral, maybe…lined up in a row
I will always want to pork a cheap tart…or meddle with a ewe
Beer barrel…I’m so in love with brew

Beer barrel…held a bitter pool
Turnin’ a grey hue…fallin’ off my stool
One hurt knee…and one blackened eye
Butt is all leaky…I’m a poorly guy
Shoutin’ “You’re a tosser” is my mother…an’ my dad an’ bro
I’m lookin’ sickly…feel I’m gonna throw
I’m ill, so no boff due with a cheap tart…I’d find it hard to do
Beer barrel…I’m so messed up on brew

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Mark Scotti - February 03, 2012 - Report this comment
Hick...Hick.....Hick...Hick...Hick....times 3! I'm soused just from reading!
AFW - February 03, 2012 - Report this comment
Used to drink a lot of beer, but had to give up alcohol...great job
Tommy Turtle - February 04, 2012 - Report this comment
Did you know that this was written to/inspired by his baby-sitter, on whom he had a crush, Carole --- King?

More great syllable-matching and clever switching -- clearly written *before* the "research" was done. xD
Three six-packs -- oops, I grabbed one from each for myself -- 3 5-packs for you, Mate.
Fiddlegirl - February 04, 2012 - Report this comment
I've heard people say that beer is good for what ales you...

555, but you and TT will probably have to suss out just who is going to be meddling with the ewes from now on! :)
TT @ FG - February 04, 2012 - Report this comment
LOL @ first comment!

Re: second comment: Never seen a sheep ranch? There's plenty for everyone (unlike, say, a "bar") ... and I think that's why, in en-BR, friends are called "Mates".

We drive to the ranch
Whilst sip a few brews
Then Matey and me,
We "mates" with the ewes!
AndyP - February 04, 2012 - Report this comment
Thanks to Mark, AFW, TT (Yes, I knew it was about CK but didn't know she used to baby sit for him), FG (It sure is, unless your ailment is cirrhosis) & TT2 (I didn't know mate was yet another UK only)
TT - February 05, 2012 - Report this comment
"Mate" (as a noun, not the verb, "to mate") is used on board a ship (Capt., First Mate) and similar situations. Else, one's mate is one's spouse or Significant Other. Gender-neutral would be "teammate", "classmate", etc. -- partner in a specific activity. But as generic for "friend" or "buddy", it's pretty much UK/CW, though the Dundee movies brought a lot of Ozzie slang to the US -- until the fad died.

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