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Song Parodies -> "Crispy Aquavelva Slings the Scarred Angled Banter"

Original Song Title:

"The Star Spangled Banner"

Original Performer:

Christina Aguilera

Parody Song Title:

"Crispy Aquavelva Slings the Scarred Angled Banter"

Parody Written by:

Warren Baker

The Lyrics

Oh, spray can you bring
Fly the pawns pearly flight
But for soundly we nailed
As the highlight grasped ceiling
Who bought types of ripe chards
Brew the feral lost kite
O’er the manparts we tossed
Heard the gals all live screaming
And the sockets said stare
The frogs bursting with hair
Nay, groups few tonight
Hat on hags all beware
Oh stay cos’ this scarred angled banter get slayed
Goes a hand of the brie
And the gnome loves the babe.
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Old Man Ribber - February 08, 2011 - Report this comment
Warren - That's what she sang! Maybe we can get her to do the Iranian National Anthem. Fine and funny, as is your custom. ;D
TJC - February 08, 2011 - Report this comment
I'm a flan of yore smirk! Very clever concept and funny as LOL get out...
Dan Creeden - February 08, 2011 - Report this comment
Great Job. Think I can sell her my new software invention for her microphone? It's called Lyric Check.
Mark Scotti - February 08, 2011 - Report this comment
I sPalute yer hillarious mangling of our treasured anthem which i got MORE out of than her version!
Fiddlegirl - February 08, 2011 - Report this comment
LOL! This reminds me of the great Walt Kelly and his lyrical skewerings in the "Pogo" comic strips. :)
Francis Scott Off-Key - February 08, 2011 - Report this comment
Great skewering, but my long-running peeve, ever since my little ditty began to be sung at sports games, is turning a victory celebration into a funeral dirge. It be a song of GLORY, thou uncomprehending wretches! Pick up the pace! ... All guilty must try to write a poem while a prisoner on a British warship.
WarrenB - February 08, 2011 - Report this comment
I've grout to sway, I wasn't pure how this thong would go under. So I'm seized as bunch to hind so much repose. So spank you all!

And to Mr. Key, it is quite sad that many treat the song so solemnly. Why don't you write a new one? You'd have to decompose first, of course.
Patrick - February 09, 2011 - Report this comment
I often wonder what would happen at a sporting event if someone started singing "To Anacreon in Heaven". Would anyone notice? Or how about the third verse of the Star Spangled Banner "no refuge could save the hireling and slave, from the terror or flight or the gloom of the grave".
Francis ScoTT Key-ed Up - February 09, 2011 - Report this comment
Warren, my wish is your command! The new one has been submitted and should be posted Thursday, Feb. 10, 2011. (The year was there for posterity to see it from your song here, heh!)

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