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Song Parodies -> "Into Outdoor Decor"

Original Song Title:

"Looking Out My Back Door"

Original Performer:

Creedence Clearwater Revival

Parody Song Title:

"Into Outdoor Decor"

Parody Written by:

PMS

The Lyrics

When I read in the news about some guy who let's say gave whole new meaning to banging on the table, it made me wonder where else his lust for the great outdoors may lead him. Attention Chucky, I think I got this down to a PG rating. If not I'll send to WF
Outside heard an odd noise
Looked out next door, Oh Boy
Patio table on side rests on the porch
Umbrella hole positioned
Providing proper friction
Skewed lewd dude into outdoor decor.

Hubs of giant spoked wheels
Scarecrows in the corn fields
Lusts for hollow plastic creatures of yard and lawn
Garden gnomes and fairies
Flamingos, Virgin Marys
Skewed lewd dude into outdoor decor.

Amorous degenerate
Obeys demands of glands
I would say the guy's one certified loon
For sham poon
Wooden fence with knotholes
Anything that's got holes.
Skewed lewd dude's into outdoor decor.

(Musical Interlewd)

Amorous degenerate
Obeys demands of gland
He's a candidate for the rubber room
Looney Tunes
Wanton willie wallows
In anything that's hollow
Skewed lewd dude into outdoor decor.

He'll go after your decoys
St Francises and lawn boys
Obsessively to hollow outdoor features he is drawn
Butter churn he's just borrowed
I won't want it back tomorrow.
Skewed lewd dude into outdoor decor.

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MasonR - April 29, 2008 - Report this comment
Amazingly twisted, jaw-droppingly funny! The Butter churn bit is my favorite.
alvin - April 29, 2008 - Report this comment
hilarious and a totally unique and clever theme...beautifully done
Ann Hammond - April 29, 2008 - Report this comment
like this
Invisible Boy - April 29, 2008 - Report this comment
This was very, very funny. Also, the pacing was excellent.

One of my neighbors has a "Mary In A Bathtub" home-made shrine on his front lawn. I'm now ashamed of what I am thinking...
PMS - April 29, 2008 - Report this comment
Thanks to all for votes and comments. I had fun writing this. And even more fun re-writing it. Thanks to Chucky or whoever was editing for rejecting my first effort (rightfully so may I add). It helped me produce a much better product.
MrMacphisto - April 29, 2008 - Report this comment
THE best of today... This is one of the best I've read in quite some time, actually... 5-5-5 LMAO
UnKnownVotress - April 29, 2008 - Report this comment
. . . clever writing & editing, but I still do not like the 'product', Sir. Perhaps it warrants getting a new decorator? i dread the thought of the 'inside' . . .
PMS - May 01, 2008 - Report this comment
Thanks Mr Macphisto and UV
TJC - May 02, 2008 - Report this comment
A fives-worthy primer on, er, glandscaping!
PMS - May 04, 2008 - Report this comment
Thanks TJC

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