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Song Parodies -> "Where'd the Rum Go?"

Original Song Title:

"Where the Sun Goes"

Original Performer:

Redfoo ft. Stevie Wonder

Parody Song Title:

"Where'd the Rum Go?"

Parody Written by:


The Lyrics

Part of my Pop Danthology 2015 self-challenge. No, this isn't a Pirates of the Caribbean parody. Though it was inspired by that bit in the second film where Jack asked why the rum was always gone, stumbles drunkenly and mutters "Oh, that's why".
Bu-uddy, I've been watchin' you-ou
Ooh, bu-uddy (whoo!), all seven blu-urry versions of you
I know you're a jerk caught re-ed-handed in the-e a-act
Of stealin' what's mine to claim (whoo!)
Don't talk so loud, it hurts, help me-e stand, I've got to-o a-ask
The biggest question, man

Gotta ask you: where'd the ru-um go? Uh-uh
Don't raise your eyebrow at me, know I'm right
Where'd the hell the ru-um go (ru-um go, ru-um go)?
Buddy, you know you're to blame and not I-I (feel queasy, that's nothin' now)


Bu-uddy, yeah, you've drained all of my booze via-ials, uh (whoo!)
Don't care 'bout your pictures that cite you down at the park
It's you who did this, jerk, you ma-ade plans to chug my-y dra-ams
Of alcohol in my place, yeah-ee-yeah
And then make the ground swerve, I'll co-ollapse, a rotte-en pla-an
Please, buddy, lift me by the hand

Once again, man: where'd the ru-um go? Whoo!
There's no point in talkin', please, cause I'm right, uh
Where'd the hell the ru-um go (ru-um go, ru-um go)?
Buddy, I swear that I'm feelin' just fi-ine, uh (whoo!)
Whoa-oh-oh-oh-oh, oh-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh
Give back to me what's mine
Whoa-oh-oh-oh-oh, oh-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh
Stop the room spinnin', right (yo, yo, let's go now)

Knees, knees, knees-knees
I'll rip yours off once mine work, you'll see
A breeze it will be
After my lunch has left me, make way, please, ooh-ooh geez
I'll still see you nicked
For stealin' all my gin
You're the villain, gut feelin'
Though that means little since I'm sick, uh
What's that? I drank my rum?
Yeah, there's no way that that's true, bud
Deep inside your ass, that came from
Just mad, all my hiccups mean naught
Don't you evade the friggin' question
Cough it all up, all that I want's my booze back, prick
When did you shift into a hue that's more blue?

Out with it, man: where'd the ru-um go (ooh-ooh-ooh)?
Don't you go accusin' me, that ain't right
Where'd the hell the ru-um go (ru-um go, ru-um go)?
Bloody pink elephant, go take a hi-ike
Whoa-oh-oh-oh-oh, oh-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh
Return to me what's mine (whoo!)
Whoa-oh-oh-oh-oh, oh-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh
'Fore I spew on your tie

I swear I ain't pissed


The more pertinent question is "how the hell did the stupider-looking half of LMFAO tap Stevie friggin' Wonder to play harmonica on a throwaway party jam that wasn't even a single, promotional or otherwise, despite getting a full video made for it?" Though maybe that decision resulted in all the rum being gone after they realised that "Redfoo featuring Stevie Wonder" was a thing that they made happen.

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