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Song Parodies -> "Poon Giver"

Original Song Title:

"Moon River"

Original Performer:

Andy Williams

Parody Song Title:

"Poon Giver"

Parody Written by:

Tommy Turtle

The Lyrics

Unabashedly inspired by TJC's Tune Shiv'er. (Dupe of post of April 9, in which my own name was misspelled. That's what I get for asking the Turtle with only one flipper to submit it for me.)

Poon giver
What a lovely smile
In canine (doggie) style, we lay
No "O" faker
Cure blue-ache-r
Whatever your doin'
We're scr*win' you're way!

Too swift: her;
Goin' 'Round the World
My flagpole full unfurled
For thee

We're after the same
Happy end
Ev'ry way you bend
My suckle-berry friend
Poon giver
And me!

Poon Giver
No walk down the aisle
You're very versatile
In play
Not heart-breaker
Whatever you're showin'
Is flowin' my way

Mood lifter
Skilled, "baton" is twirled
Your long, dark hair is swirled
'Round me
Hereafter, no dame
Fain, contend
Or our love, transcend
My m*st*rb*ating, end!
Poon Giver,
Is she!

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Pacing: 4.8
How Funny: 4.6
Overall Rating: 4.8

Total Votes: 8

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 5   7

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Guy - April 10, 2009 - Report this comment
Great lamp-poon to a 60's classic. Love the parody lyrics done to the slow and laidback sound of Andy Williams. Back in the early days of the space program they hailed "Tang" as being used by the astronauts in space and on the moon. So will they make the same claim when the first "hos" get onto the shuttle about "Poon-Tang"? "Poonacious" parody TT. Well done.
Mark Scotti - April 10, 2009 - Report this comment
I'll soon giver 5's. Great parody, TT!!!
Harry - April 10, 2009 - Report this comment
Great parody, TT. Love the title swap. That alone is worth the 5s.
TJC - April 10, 2009 - Report this comment
Tune scriv'ner
Always brings a smile!
Just too damn funny, TT I can only echo my previous sentiments... you're completely over the top here, ever slyly penned for an uber-slick 'suckle berry' end! ... I really appreciate the attribution, but still feel I must slink off and quietly rename my poor offering, "Noob's Rigor"....
Tommy Turtle - April 10, 2009 - Report this comment
Guy: They already had the first ho, Lisa Nowak: But that's a great idea - email it to NASA :-) Thanks for v/c, Guy, and nice to see ya again :)

Mark Scotti: Very clever, concise, and apropos pun/comment! Am I allowed to Five you back? :) Thanks Mark!

Harry: Thanks much!

TJC: Thanks for the "instant replay" of your kind comments to the "instant replay" of this parody. And that echo chamber really makes your comments resonate!
TJC (AKA, ADD, Dr. Redundant) - April 10, 2009 - Report this comment
If find the pleonastic prolixity of my tautologies rather comforting, thank you very much!
Tommy Turtle - April 10, 2009 - Report this comment
Who's complaining? Feel free to vote and comment as often as you like! (Hey, they do that in Chicago and the rest of Illinois, right?) ... I think pseudoephedrine will clear up your pleonasal cavities, although they treat you like a criminal if you try to buy it.

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