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Song Parodies -> "Faux Butt"

Original Song Title:

"So What"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Faux Butt"

Parody Written by:


The Lyrics

Butt augmentations are real! I'm telling you the truth!
Intro: Na-na-na-na-na-na-na

Verse 1: I think that I have a flat butt
I don’t know where it went
So I’m gonna raise some money
It’s some money that’s well spent
I got a brand new derriere
And I’m gonna test it tonight
I’m gonna get a hot guy
He’s gonna take a bite
He’s gonna take a bite
But something isn’t right!

Chorus: My faux butt
It went and popped hard!
My silicone lard!
And that makes me blue
This faux butt
Returned to flat buns
Needs to be redone
Replace this clear goo tonight!
Make it right!
Make me fine!
I’m a butt fool, my
Faux butt!
As good as a star’s
Can’t fit in small cars
And I won’t let you deny

Uh, check my rump, uh

Verse 2: My booty gets stuck in doorways
And give all the children nightmares, shit!
I guess I’ll go grab a large booth
The only place I can sit
What if my rump’s just too humongo?
Could somebody maybe die?
I’m gonna get in trouble
My farts could cloud the sky
People are shouting why
I’m gonna grab my shit and fly!

Chorus: But faux butts!
Can’t fit in airplanes!
I’m going insane!
I want them removed!
But guess what
I’m out of all luck!
It looks like I’m stuck!
My butt plants are glued inside!
They’re in tight!
No rewinds!
Cuz I’m such a fool
My faux butt
Don’t fit in my pants!
A massive ex-panse
I’d like a redo, alright?

Bridge: I can’t ride rides
Or walk through doors
Was a bad call
Is what I find
You gave me ass
I gave you cash
My ass was flat
I want it back!

Chorus: Cuz faux butts!
Are good for big stars
But they’re too bizarre
And what do they do?
And guess what
I had much more fun
With my old flat buns
Oh I would kiss you tonight!
I would fight!
Get those doc tools
Cuz faux butts
Are going too far
And leave a small scar
And I don’t need those tonight

Chours: No, no
No, no
I don’t want those tonight!
My butt despair
They look like ba-loons all night
A bad sight!
Big-ass plight!
And I’m a fool
Cuz faux butts!
Are bad for packed cars
And chairs in small bars
And I knock down you all night

Outro: Ba-da-da-da-da-da
March 4, 2012. Please rate and COMMENT! :)

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Pacing: 5.0
How Funny: 4.5
Overall Rating: 4.5

Total Votes: 4

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Porfle Popnecker - March 05, 2012 - Report this comment
No butts about it, this is a fun parody.
Matthias - March 08, 2012 - Report this comment
Such a strange and unusual topic! Very hilarious as well! Well crafted just like a good butt.
Agrimorfee - March 14, 2012 - Report this comment
Funny idea, well executed. i have to say though i was a little confused by 'I will fight/Overwrite!'
Rex - March 18, 2012 - Report this comment
(Artistry) Looks like her problems are behind her now. Plastic surgery is always a fun topic for parodies.
bobpiecheese - March 20, 2012 - Report this comment
(Artistry) All I can think of is My Favourite Martian's song "Booty Store". That's not a bad thing, of course. Some of the lines read a bit awkward ("I’m out of all luck" should be "I'm all out of luck"), but otherwise this was an entertaining cautionary tale on the horrors of big, fake butts. I like how you used the word "faux" instead of "fake". I understand that "faux" rhymes with "so", but still, I liked it because I'm weird like that. 555!
Glen S - March 21, 2012 - Report this comment
Very funny Blayde. Enjoyed all the gags, but especially not fitting into airplanes and 'You gave me ass/I gave you cash'
Below Average Dave - March 21, 2012 - Report this comment
I overall liked it, will make my top 5, but I have to point out a couple little things to look for. They may be overlooked in writing, but I know you like to get your stuff on the recording side a bit to and as a recording these things WILL distract listeners and its why I have a pet peeve about bad English mistakes in parodies--I always see written parodies as meant to be sang along and they should sing along smoothly. . .

Here's Your Lines
So I’m gonna raise some money
It’s some money that’s well spent
I got a brand new derriere

Here's the problem with those lines, the first one is future tense, the next one is present, the one after that is past. You literally went through three different tenses and now suddenly the thought process goes from 'what a funny parody' to wait, did he already get the work done, is he still saving for it, I mean do you see where I'm going with this? I see you were trying to at some point transition but this transition was jarring and too early on. I know it sounds like a small thing, but you know me, things like that I'm going to notice and I'm going to point it out, as I've proven by recording unedited parodies in the past that people have asked me to in order to show them why it is important I do it to offer my personal opinion and advice. . .the most famous of such recordings, which was deleted after both me and the author agreed it'd be best was Matthias' infamous "and we blow man kind" . . .that one line was not the only one in that parody that came out the wrong way--he meant blow UP man kind but he sacrificed up for pacing. In your case, you squeezed a transition that could have been gently over the course of the song very early in the paragraph. You also have lines, such as the one that Agrimorfee pointed out, which where jarring. You sacrificed consistency for rhyme. Sometimes there's no way around it, but in this case I don't think that's what it was. You are a good writer, and anyone who knows me I only do this when I see a purpose--the parody was a good unique idea--but as a recording it'd need considerable editing. . .a lot of my parodies don't do as well in contests (though I certainly have had my moments) because many people feel writing and recording are totally separate and I write my parodies to be recorded. However, as I've shown there really is a method to my madness. I can see what works and doesn't as a trained writer. Rex Ungericht is a good study for transitions, and my own stuff is good for working themes into rhymes. You just need some fine tuning, and you could be among the top contenders if you keep the writing up. I am up and down in writing contests, but I know you are interested in the recording side too--as such I am just trying to help and hope it never comes off the wrong way. I have numerous examples of parodies of mine that had not done well in these contests because I aim differently than most but as recordings are among my strongest performers--its not coincidence or accidental. While I learn a lot from constructive criticism I also know you have to choose what commentary to like and what to ignore, and you seem to be good at doing that. You stayed the course at not over-altering choruses and I've come around to enjoy that and in many parodies for recording that works better than the extreme changes, so keep your independent style, I just hope my words can help you aim a tad bit higher without sounding pretentious or anything. I'm just passionate about music and parody and can't help but speak up when I see the possibility for greatness

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