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Song Parodies -> "I Am The AFLAC"

Original Song Title:

"I Am The Walrus"

Original Performer:

Beatles

Parody Song Title:

"I Am The AFLAC"

Parody Written by:

Tim Hall

The Lyrics

This parody covers many of the commercials featuring the AFLAC duck in both the US and Japan
Insurance is not much fun "cept for a firm
out of Columbus, Georgia
See Santa Claus get stuck in the flue
at Christmas time
I'm quacking
Two men on a park bench
Talking "bout a co-worker
Stuck with a broken leg, accident policy
Man you're covered for it all
you got that insurance

I am the white duck
I am the white duck
I am the AFLAC
Aaflaaac! Aaflaaac!

Mr. Yogi Berra sitting
with a bunch of barbers in a chair
He said they pay cash which is just as
Good as money
I'm quacking
I'm quacking, I'm quacking
Knocking down flamingoes
Visiting the museum
The wife of Donald Trump
Electrical transfer
Girl, you're going through trauma
Your feet are getting webbed!

I am the white duck
I am the white duck
I am the AFLAC
Aaflaaac! Aaflaaac!

(Orchestra)

Laying in a hospital bed
Dreaming of a nurse
And the men are looking through a hole
Women sitting in a hot spring

I am the white duck
I am the white duck
I am the AFLAC
Aaflaaac! Aaflaaac!

Gilbert Gottfried at the pet shop
Thinking a parrot's a better pet
A Series of Unfortunate Events
With Jim Carrey
I'm quacking
The synchronized swimmers
Flying over the Grand Canyon
A Japanese game show singing a lullaby
Man, you should have seen me chasing
The delivery boy

I am the white duck
I am the white duck
I am the AFLAC!
Aaflaaac! Aaflaaac!
Aaflaaac! Aaflaaac!
Aaflaaac! Aaflaaac!
Aaflaaac! Aaflaaac! Lac
Aaflaaac! Aaflaaac! Aaflaaac!
Aaflaaac! Aaflaaac! Aaflaaac!
Aaflaaac! Aaflaaac! Aaflaaac! Aaflaaac!
Aaflaaac! Aaflaaac!

(Yogi Berra's voice – and they give you cash, which is just as good as money)
trhall@stuart.iit.edu

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Pacing: 3.9
How Funny: 4.6
Overall Rating: 4.7

Total Votes: 9

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Steve K. - July 01, 2005 - Report this comment
Didn't I run you over a few parodies ago? Glad to see you've made a recovery.
Rick C - July 01, 2005 - Report this comment
The pacing was off in a few places but, I think it's fairly funny. I rated it 345
Paul Robinson - July 01, 2005 - Report this comment
Tim, I tried running it through my head with different emphasis but really could not make the pace work too well. It detracts from the "funny" too much...a good idea, but I think it could use a bit of re-tooling.
2Eagle - July 01, 2005 - Report this comment
Very psychedelic.
Dominic L. - July 01, 2005 - Report this comment
OK parody to a great song. Moderately funny, but pacing is way off! I can't find my way through the song. Better luck next time, eh? 344
Michael Pacholek - July 02, 2005 - Report this comment
A nickel ain't worth a dime anymore, but this song is worth three fives. Now, if you get hurt and miss work, it won't hurt to miss work!
Brandi Howard - April 17, 2007 - Report this comment
Um why not record it? I work for aflac!

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