Performers That Start With S
Sade's "Smooth Operator"
Fun parody about a woman who wanted. . .well c'mon this one is obvious
Sam Cooke's "Wonderful World"
A song parody of "Wonderful World" about a Presidential Candidate who's about as sharp as a sack of wet mice.
Sammy Davis Jr.'s "I Gotta Be Me"
What's this about? Self-explanitory. Thanks to Tony Robinson for his wonderful performance of my parody. Maybe it'll be legal for healthy folks someday. LK
Sammy Lerner's "Popeye The Sailor Man"
He's Pope to the finish
YouTube: (Windows Movie )
Sam the Sham & The Pharaohs's "Wooly Bully"
More silliness thanks to the lifestyles of the rich & infamous. Comments welcomed on the lyrics page: http://www.amiright.com/parody/60s/samtheshamthepharaohs0.shtml - Robert Lund
Santana/Fleetwood Mac's "Black Magic Woman"
Features the original lyrics, musical handfarts and tire pump of Manualist Jim Rotondo.
YouTube: (Streaming YouTube Video)
Santana f/ Rob Thomas's "Smooth"
Did you take off your swimsuit - or just forget to wear it? - Robert Lund
Sara Bareilles's "Love Song"
Guys, Tired of watching those terrible, awful, boring as all Hell movies that your girlfriend turns on because she wants you to be more emotional with her? Well, You're not alone. (Written by Matthias, Performed by Abbott Skelding)
The Searchers's "Love Potion Number 9"
The Governor of New York got caught with his hand in the cookie jar...I think that's her name.
Secondhand Serenade's "Fall For You"
This goes out to tall the guys who have girlfriends with annoying habits.
Seether ft. Amy Lee's "Broken"
Perhaps the most popular of the unanswered Lord of the Rings questions...do Balrogs have wings?
Selena Gomez's "Naturally"
About all those annoying mediocre Disney actors gone flat-out-bad Disney singers and more broadly: the overuse of consumerism with Disney.
YouTube: (FLV, MP4, 3GP)
Shaggy's "It Wasn't Me"
My parody of Shaggy's hit takes it to a lover angry for another reason . . . someone not willing to wine and dine her
Shakira's "Underneath Your Clothes"
A song about someone who loves there nose too much.
The Shangri-La's's "Leader of the Pack"
This was recorded just prior to the invasion of Iraq (i.e., for-frickin-ever ago). But Saddam's recent assertion that he is still the leader of Iraq seemed like a decent excuse to dust this off. - Robert Lund
Sheb Woolley's "Purple People Eater"
Some dodgy not-exactly-animated animation to go with a weirdly topical-again song
Sheryl Crow's "Soak Up the Sun"
This was written and recorded in March, which, in dogs-of-war years, is forever ago. But, hey, if the guy's still alive... - Vocals by Robert Lund
Sheryl Crow's "All I Wanna Do (is have some fun)"
I'm all groan up now, but had a pun time recording this rare non-rhyming tune.
sheryl crow's "strong enough"
we were playing around recording the audio track one night and it took on a whole new meaning with a male singing it. it was pretty funny as it seemed the track was written word for word to be sung by a guy. it took off and we had thousands of downloads around the world so we shot a high quality music video at our studios. the seriousness of the tone of the song adds to the ridiculousness of the theme.
www.youtube.com: (youtube music video)
Shirley Temple's "Be Optimistic"
In the tradition of "Don't Copy That Floppy" and as a way to poke fun at both DRM and The Pirate Bay, I made a song in the style of Shirley Temple's musical number in Little Miss Broadway entitled "Be Optimistic".
Shontelle's "T Shirt"
I regret making this one, but I feel obligated to post em all here in order anyway. Originally uploaded in Aug 19, 2010.
Simon and Garfunkel's "The Boxer"
Recorded at The Goat, St Albans with the inimitable Mr Ian Newman on mixed-up posters and harmonies
Simple Plan's "Addicted"
The bad relationship between a hot girl and guy who is allergic to her, but wants to stay with her because she likes him and she's really, really hot.
Simple Plan's "Addicted"
This takes Addicted by Simple Plan to another familiar daily life tribulation--those neighbors who you wish you just didn't have
Sir Edward Elgar's "Pomp and Circumstance"
This 2007 video saluting the 40th Anniversary of "The Graduate" is performed with a $10 K-Mart Bicycle Tire Pump in the key of A-flat.
Sir Mix A-Lot's "Baby Got Back"
Baby's Got Back is not a song a singer of my nature should attempt--but it didn't stop me in the past-it didn't stop me from bombing on one now, here it is
Sir Mix-a-Lot's "Baby Got Back"
Diaper Changing Theme Song
Youtube: (Youtube Video)
Sir Mix-a-lot's "Baby Got Back"
Complete with a bad Asian impression, it's my parody of 'Baby Got Back' performed in the city. The day I can finally sing it all the way through live will be an exciting day for me. Needless to say, I didn't this time :c) (by Glen '2nz' Stollberger)
Smashing Pumpkins's "Bullet with Butterfly Wings"
Not making the money? Can't make your bills? Seamonkey hears ya... now hear this parody!!!
Smashing Pumpkins's "Bullet With Butterfly Wings"
To match the line 'Despite all my rage.' Originally uploaded November 30, 2011 0823 PM, it was probably my last video to be made with only Windows Movie Maker. Currently being used as the autoplay video on my channel, in hopes that people will one day heed the video's message and subscribe.
Smash Mouth's "All-Star"
a positive pot parody of All-Star by Smash mouth, pothead
youtube.com: (youtube video)
Snoop Doggy Dogg/Dr. Dre's "Nothin' But a G Thang"
This twists Snoops 90's gangsta classic into a song of boasting from the point of view of two nerds from my high school. Enjoy!
Snoop Dogg's "Sensual Seduction"
Originally Uploaded 2011
Sonny Curtis's "Love Is All Around (Mary Tyler Moore)"
It's Almost like A Mary Tyler Moore Show festival in New York theatre as both Ed Asner and Georgia Engel do acclaimed roles & we root for them to the MTM theme!
Sons of Butcher's "F**k the S**t"
What can I say? I hate the Anaheim Ducks and the Red Wings and I hope both those teams don't make the playoffs this year.
youtube.com: (Youtube video)
Soulja Boy's "Kiss Me Thru the Phone"
Don't you hate it when your significant other falls in love with the carbon copy of you?
Soulja Boy's "Turn My Swag On"
YouTube: (windows media)
Steely Dan's "Babylon Sisters"
Seems that Bubba enjoys dangling while angling.
Stephen Stills's "Change Partners"
Red Wings skateboy loses job and must flee Detroit.
YouTube: (Streaming Video)
Stephen Stills's "Love the One You're With"
An upbeat carpenter's nightmare.
Steppenwolf's "Born To Be Wild"
The news that Edwards' campaign was paying for his $400 haircuts gave this a good run on the airwaves until Edwards dropped out of the race; then it was miraculously resuscitated when he "popped up" (so to speak) as the father of a child by an affair. Thanks, Johnny Boy! ... Posted with permission from All Star Radio Networks.
Steve and Eydie's "The Start of Something Big"
A "Weiner" song parody.
Steve Miller Band's "Jet Airliner"
A parody in regard to the Air Force One flyby in NYC, all for a photo op.
Youtube: (Windows Media)
Steve Miller Band's "Fly Like An Eagle"
Wrote this prior to The Giants playoff game against the Philadelphia Eagles last season.
YouTube: (Windows Media)
Studio musicians's "Theme from Spiderman"
For anyone who ever Tweeted, emailed or in any other way sent revealing photos of him or herself.
Styx's "Boat on the River"
A holiday Tradition
Sum 41's "Makes No Difference"
This song is about how we need to read our Bible and the great things God has for us. Tastes like Heaven, YEAHHH!!!! I do all my own guitar playing, but i used a midi for the percussion. Have fun n God bless.
Survivor's "Eye of the Tiger"
Mitt Romney preps for karaoke in Vegas as the EYE OF THE TIGER writer from supergroup Survivor sues Newt Gingrich for using the song at rallies
YouTube: (YouTube video)
Suzanne Vega's "Tom's Diner"
This is a parody of Suzanne Vega's Tom's Diner with the Simpsons. I originally submitted the lyrics on AmiRight in 2004
www.youtube.com: (Windows Media)
Sweet's "Ballroom Blitz"
If you have ever worked for a company that uses some version of the Toyota Business System, you should enjoy this song. If you have worked in corporate America some time in the last decade or so, you should at least get a few chuckles out of this.
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