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Song Parodies -> "Baby, I'm Yours"

Original Song Title:

"Baby, I'm Yours"

Original Performer:

Barbara Lewis

Parody Song Title:

"Baby, I'm Yours"

Parody Written by:

Tommy Turtle

The Lyrics

Live, but poor-quality, B&W, cut-short video here; but gives the flavor to the OS lyrics.

I'd love to write with each of you, as this writer said a few weeks ago, in a song with a title somewhat similar to that. I've received a couple of very kind and gracious offers to do just that. But as the last line of said song pointed out, I seem to have become bound by something much stronger than a wedding band. A bedding, grand? No, those are easy. Something even stronger: a vetting bond. :-)

So, while the offers are flattering, and much appreciated, it's probably best just to come out and say this clearly:

Baby, I'm yours (FG, of course!)
And I'll be yours (yours) until the Fives no longer fly
Yours (yours) until the sheep "hers" all run dry
In other words, till cold, I lie

Fiddle, I'm yours (No one else scores!) [1]
And I'll be yours (yours) until my puns: no longer, fine
Yours (yours) until our duet runs out of rhyme
In other words, until I'm past my prime

I'm gonna stay, my dear; lines, provide
Do my best to keep fans gratified
No one's plan, unfurled, contrive: me to stray
Your worries, allay; no fear: betray

Lady, I'm yours (FG, I'm yours)
And I'll be yours (yours); through and through: true blue, TT
Yours (yours) until the mountain ta-tas fall to knee
In other words, have no concern re: me

Baby, I'm yours
'Til songs, *ours*, all come awry
Princess, I'm yours
We'll deliver songs spun wry
Maybe my shores:
Apropos if fun, not, your clime!
(Baby, I'm yours)
(repeat and fade)

[1] Also means "to compose music", ya know. (wink!)

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Total Votes: 10

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AFW - October 01, 2009 - Report this comment
Reflective of a romantic, yet naughty, tortoise
Timmy1000 - October 01, 2009 - Report this comment
Very nice message to FG and with a nice old romantic ballad. 555
alvin - October 01, 2009 - Report this comment
this fives are yours...because i like the way it rhymmmmmmmmed-a hime himed
Christie Marie M - October 01, 2009 - Report this comment sweet!! I echo all comments above! I'm enjoying yours and Fiddlegirl's musicals as well, TT! 555 stars!
TJC - October 01, 2009 - Report this comment
Fiddlegirl: He's obviously fretting over- and highly enamored of-
your long slender neck,
classically curvaceous body,
finely crafted tailpiece,
perky pegs,
sassy saddle
and, dare I say...
deeply resonant 'F' hole(s)!

I suggest you just keep Right on stringin' him along!
Fiddlegirl - October 01, 2009 - Report this comment
DiTTo! :D (xoxoxo)

Tommy Turtle - October 01, 2009 - Report this comment
AFW: Thanks, ... yep, 'tis moi.:)

Timmy1000: I too liked OS... thanks for v/c.

alvin: niiiiiiiiiiice capturing of OS in your commmmmmennntttt! thanks! :D

Christie Marie M: Naw, it's *you* who are so sweet! 555 thanks!

TJC: In one of our moments of "creative differences" (cough) I told her to shove her bow up her F-hole.... don't think the humor was appreciated, nor my, like your, rapid research... but *you* got the ROFL. The only part I got was the shaft... j/k! .. Thanks for v/c!

Fiddlegirl: Hope this settles it, as kind as the others are to offer. I ditto your ditto... she was only the telegrapher's daughter, but she didit, didit, didit.... :D
TJC - October 02, 2009 - Report this comment
I guess I just naturally 'resonate' with people... alternatively, FG was politely saying "Really Offensive 'F' Language" with the 'Bozo' at the end just understood...
TT - October 02, 2009 - Report this comment
TJC: Naah, yer first sentence was correct... I just naturally "resinate" with people. You know, like that sticky stuff you get on your fingers, that you wish would just go away...
unKnownVO - October 09, 2009 - Report this comment
Pirate Jack, careful with that FG 'gal ' . . . . just might have deep voice like LIEV, SirSweaty ! !
LadyTaTa - October 09, 2009 - Report this comment
SeniorTata, you otta know better, sir ! ! . . . always so ~figged & ready~ for a tussle so sweaty ! !
Tommy Turtle a/k/a Senõr TaTa - October 10, 2009 - Report this comment
unKnownVO and Lady TaTa, thank you for your votes and for your always-interesting comments!
unKnownVotress - October 13, 2009 - Report this comment
B Lewis was CowboyDave's favorite TorchSinger . . . her emotion stirred him to request me to sing her hit tunes; & her's is a voice that I could easily replicate: " I'm goin' to kiss you in a special way, ' Make Me Your Baby ' " I'll find a way to please you every Day, when I'm your Baby . . . Make Me Make Your Baby, kiss me and you'll see how . . .
Tommy Turtle - October 14, 2009 - Report this comment
Kiss me, kiss me and maybe, you will see
Paradise will be waiting for you and me
When you make me your baby

CowboyDave and I share(d?) an appreciation for her velvety voice. Thanks for bringing up that golden oldie -- maybe you'll sing it for me sometime, or send an mp3 of you singing it?

"Make Me Your Baby" © H.Miller/R.Atkins.

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