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Song Parodies -> "It's So Damn Warm!"

Original Song Title:

"When You Were Young"

Original Performer:

The Killers

Parody Song Title:

"It's So Damn Warm!"

Parody Written by:

Peter Andersson a.k.a K1chyd

The Lyrics

Be careful what you wish for in the winter, those temp-tations might come true in the summer.

A YouTube version of the original song can currently be found here.
I sat there in the snowflakes
Layered up in cotton wool clothes to
To warm me in the cold days
Two days to undress
Summer now - no depends

In winter I'm the Michelin Man
And I curse like a sailor man
Don't mind Inferno if I'd get warm

Now I sleep'n a fountain, that's for sure
Warmer here than ever before
I think I can sweat it if I sit it out
And pray for breezes
Wheezy though, temples glow

It's hotter than a milfporn vid-site
On the darkweb an' server farms that started burning
It's so damn warm!
It's so damn warm!

And salt stains get in my eyes
There's a mirage of a beer-filled fridge
It's so damn warm!

I saw my stinky sneakers melt on the street
I soo need a sip right now
But I can't stand on my feet
Even Neymar's more agile

I sat there in the snowflakes
Layered up in arctic gloves to
To warm my hands the old way
Now all's a hot mess
What's that smell? Grandma's gums!

In winter I'm the Michelin Man
Now I hose down my melting Gran
It's hard to fathom, it's so damn warm!
Melts like a butter stick, it's hard to fathom
It's so damn warm!

For sure in winter I'm the Michelin Man
Come winter I'm the Michelin Man
But then again I'll think that blows

© Peter Andersson. This one was for the current round of ONE WEEK NOTICE challenge, this time again hosted by Matthias. (You too can be a host and help us save Amiright, or for starters simply join a round for your own fun - details are to be found under "Amiright Events" on the front page).

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Voting Results

Pacing: 4.4
How Funny: 4.4
Overall Rating: 4.4

Total Votes: 7

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 5   6

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Matthias - July 06, 2018 - Report this comment
Here in Cleveland, Ohio is been 95+ for the past few days so I can really relate to this song. I miss the cold weather at this point. Loved your work here!
Agrimorfee - July 06, 2018 - Report this comment
Hotter than heck, Peter. 555 I have to let you know, if it wasn't for a brief jokey news item concerning Neymar's penchant for dramatic rolling I saw only just this morning, I wouldn't have had any idea who that was.
Jeff Reuben - July 06, 2018 - Report this comment
I remember just a month or two ago we were complaining how it was still cool after a bitter cold winter. Making up for lost time!
bobpiecheese - July 25, 2018 - Report this comment
(Artistry) This was pretty good for your run-of-the-mill "it's really, really hot" parody, though a coupla pacing issues, some repeated lines near the end and some bits I didn't quite get (no context as to who Neymar is without a Google search and what do Grandma's gum's smell have to do with anything?) hampered my enjoyment a tad. I did crack up at the "hotter than a milfporn vid-site" line, though. 555 portable fans!

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