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Song Parodies -> "You're So Hot; Sweet Is Your Behind"

Original Song Title:

"Woman, Woman (Have You Got Cheating On Your Mind?)"

Original Performer:

Gary Puckett & The Union Gap

Parody Song Title:

"You're So Hot; Sweet Is Your Behind"

Parody Written by:

Tommy Turtle

The Lyrics

At least *this* spin on TOS is about a *human* female, unlike this one. OS video here.

Woman, oh, oh, wo-o-o-man
It's so darn sweet when your hips grind, so let's bind!

Just your thong's between us
And my "gaff", I cannot hide [1]
And you're arrayed to let my thighs 'tween thine
So great, thee, when I love you! Are you ready for a ride?
Woman, dear woman,
Have you got heat in your behind? (mighty fine!)

In scene, we play; no rookie, you
And make me shout "Whoopee!"
When I hurt, you salve with pink; we're intertwined
Your t*ts glowing, you unhook in back
That's really thrilling me!
Woman, my woman,
So hot, the sheets, when you're supine! (oh, your gyne!)

A woman bares a flirtin' nook
Men: She has mons 'n groove!
And a gland that's always swell; I've often dined
Let's mate: I have to spray it
I'm up-shook all over you
Woman, love my woman
Love your tw*t; Cheat? I'm disinclined!

Oh woman, oh, woman
It's such a treat when you're reclined!

Oh woman, oh, woman
Hot to trot: neat when we're combined...

[repeat until you fade]

[1] "gaff" -- Take your pick:
a) (Nautical) A stout pole, such as those used for masts
b) A long iron rod to help you land a fish ;)

Ventilation time: (feel free to skip it)
The "Got" in TOS main line is redundant. Been waiting a dozen years to scream that, ever since that stupidly ungrammatcal 1998 movie title, "You"ve Got Mail". "You Have Got" = redundant. Correct: "You have mail". Contracting it doesn't change that: Not "You've Got Mail", but "You've Mail".... "Have You Cheating On Your Mind?"
Pay no attention to the turtle behind the curtain. Useless, needless redundancy and duplication of unnecessarily repeated words bother and annoy him.

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Andria - February 03, 2010 - Report this comment
Great parody here, TT. One question, though: Is this about my arse, or Fiddlegirl's, considering that she and I are your favorite women here on AIR. 5s.
Mark Scotti - February 03, 2010 - Report this comment
"The End" justifys your means of parody!! TT, I put 2 winners out while you were in hiatis: and Check em out. You'll enjoy..
John Barry - February 03, 2010 - Report this comment
The title wasn't the only thing that sucked about the OS. Improvement here.
Christie Marie M - February 03, 2010 - Report this comment
A song pretty loose for a woman's caboose! About that heat in her behind, the Dutch Oven must be really hot! (You heard about that practical joke, right?) This really kicks arse! Grinding 555's for this one!
Fiddlegirl - February 03, 2010 - Report this comment
Tommy... Oh, Tommy... Such rot repeating all the time... ;)
Phil Nelson - February 03, 2010 - Report this comment
funny, 5's
Tommy Turtle - February 03, 2010 - Report this comment
Andria: Aren't you being unfair to Christie Marie M? Love you all! :) Thanks for v/c!

Mark Scotti: LOL! ... and I never did make it to Haiti, but honor those who did. ... Oh, wait, you meant "hiatus". (also known as "trying to make a living in the Real World") :-D ... Working on two more for tonight/tomorrow, but will try to check yours out when time permits. Thanks for v/c!

John Barry: Thanks.

Christie Marie M: LOL! LOL! Yes. LOL! ROFL, thanks, and trying to picture that! :-D

Fiddlegirl: Pbbthhh! See if I finish *you* off any more! (Everyone else: Doing that almost as we speak, for Thur. and/or Fri.) Gee, "thanks" for the comment.
Fiddle... Oh, Fiddle.... TT: not needing for your rhyme? (j/k! xoxoxo ;)

Phil Nelson, thanks.
Easy Rider - February 03, 2010 - Report this comment
Fantastiickle take on a wonderful, if ungramatickle OS! Loved all your '-ind' rhymes, from 'bind' to 'disinclined'
And after all your 'hard' work here, I'm sorry to do this to you, but... "Ewe've got fives!"
Tommy Turtle - February 04, 2010 - Report this comment
Easy Rider: Glad it tickled yer fan, see! ... and, uh, "all" comment forms and grammar are acceptable when used in awarding Fives! :-D
FG @ TT - February 04, 2010 - Report this comment
... FG unheeding of your "slime"... ;)
TT @ FG @ TT etc. - February 04, 2010 - Report this comment
.... FG is bleeding for her crime...

(We *could* keep this up forever, but let's not. But being always the gentleman, you can not only come-ment first. but also have the last word.) .... (Pssst... Guys: Women always do, anyway. Nod, say, "Yes, dear", and go back to watching the game.)
Old Man Ribber - February 08, 2010 - Report this comment
Hey Lady...I've got your "back"! 5-5-5. ;D
Tommy Turtle - February 09, 2010 - Report this comment
Old Man Ribber: DK where you come up with this endless stream (ribber?) of punny comments, but as the lady in question said, "Don't stop! Don't stop! Don't stop! ..... thanks for v, c, and LOL!

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