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Song Parodies -> "New Bust Was Deployed"

Original Song Title:

"A Must To Avoid"

Original Performer:

Herman's Hermits

Parody Song Title:

"New Bust Was Deployed"

Parody Written by:

Tommy Turtle

The Lyrics

Another of the "lesser-known hits" genre, though released on the same EP (Extended Play -- four songs) with the much better-known "I'm Henry VIII, I Am".
(Trivia: The latter was trashed by trashing the "Professor Henry Louis Gates/Cop/Obama/Beerfest bash", separately, by both TT (here) and Fiddlegirl (here) -- both *on the same day*, *before* they had hooked up. It was fate... ;)

OS video here. In color, sound louder, but words less clear, here.

Her new bust was deployed
Went from double-A to double-D
Then, quite lust'ly enjoyed
Surely such sight to see

The surgeon: a slice near her heart
An implant, impart; state-of-art
From nothin' to double
Like her buttocks, do they bubble
A wh*ore with wet T-shirt; cleave; part

Her g-f was annoyed
"The guys all look at her, not me"
Long friend- - ship was destroyed
Sweater made "fit"-tingly

No one stares anymore at her eyes
It's easy to see where her rack "lies"
Get under the cover, and you'll quickly discover
Be happier down at her thighs

It's like "bust on ster-oid"
Siliconic mall'eability
She: ad-justment, employed
Get her? Fake mammar-y

Her t*ts look inviting, it's true
But feel is otherwise: they're hard as old glue
She ropes all the dopes: curvy slopes; greed'ly engrossed
See, then, what underlie ain't true

Don't get all overjoyed
Arm-charm: proving your virility?
What a "bust"! Hopes destroyed
It'll take all your glee....

[Alternate ending, or reprise, for fellow Freud fans]

Me: a fan: Sigmund Freud
Were you bottle-fed; no nurse-ery?
Bond: Mom, never enjoyed?
Better fake than real? Eeeeeh! [1]

[1] Unusually "heavy" ending to a fluff-piece song, but the point is that 46DDs now won't ever make up for what you missed as a baby - and fake ones now won't make up for that fake nipple on the bottle. Sorry.

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Total Votes: 9

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Peter Andersson - September 03, 2010 - Report this comment
I'm new to TOS but managed to cop a feel at it on YouTube, pretty good in itself, but the parody was an enhancement.
TJC - September 03, 2010 - Report this comment
BRAvo! Clever, er 'all around'!
Actually enjoyed the heretofore unfamiliar OS and your DDouble take that milked it for all 'its worth!
Particularly found your 'enjoyed/employed/deployed/annoyed/destroyed' scheme unlexpected.
Old Man Ribber - September 03, 2010 - Report this comment
This is one case where it's not bad to be the biggest "boob" in the room. Clever tit-for-tat wordplay! ;D
Mark Scotti - September 03, 2010 - Report this comment
The "double" entendres "bust" out from everywhere...LOL
Nippen Tuck - September 03, 2010 - Report this comment
Very Uplifting! :)
Tommy Turtle - September 03, 2010 - Report this comment
The punny comments are bazonger-sized today!!!

Peter Andersson: LOL x 2! Thanks, K1chyd! (Do you not use that any more?)

TJC: LOL right off the bat-ty!!!! ... Happy to have enlarged yer repertoire -- always glad to be of service in bringing the Golden Age - Birth 'n Growth of R 'n R -- to more people.
  Titillating puns (surprised no one hit on that one) throughout, but, uh, exactly what rhymes would *ewe* have used for "avoid"? Well, anyway, thanks for v/C, D, E, ... ;)

Old Man Ribber: Thanks for the quid-pro-quo v/c!

Mark Scotti: Thanks for keeping abreast of the song!!!

Nippen Tuck: Great name -- and we don't get too many Japanese readers here, so welcome! (Yeah, I know the TV show, though never watched it..) Thanks for the "supportive" comment!
Below Average Dave - September 03, 2010 - Report this comment
Very fun idea to this one. . .kinda crazy. Her girlfriend was annoyed, did I read that right--funny.
AFW - September 03, 2010 - Report this comment
I agree with your point> of view, here...good sample of your dry humor..
Christie Marie M - September 03, 2010 - Report this comment
You sure can't miss those things. Great puns and catchphrases throughout your satire. Supporting you with 5's!
Tommy Turtle - September 04, 2010 - Report this comment
Below Average Dave: You got it spot-on, Bro: When she and her girlfriend would go hang out together, in bars and such, all the guys would look at Ms. Boobjob, leaving the other one lonely - and annoyed. Good read. Thanks for v/c.

AFW: LOL! ... Thanks, but in this case, "wet" humor might be preferable (wink) :-D

Christie Marie M: Thanks, to one of my best parody supporters! And in my athletic years, I'll bet you would have been one of my best athletic supporters! (heh heh) :)
Peter Andersson - September 04, 2010 - Report this comment
TT - Do you like Monty Python? If so I can almost guarantee that you'll very much enjoy Douglas Adams' "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy" as well, they're from the same tradition of social satire and bureaucracy-mocking and apart from the story's exterior settings it has no more in common with science fiction a la Star Trek/Wars than your average Flying Circus sketch/scene.

It is also filled with wonderful wordplay of the kind you exercise in yourself, with sentences like "the Vogon Constructor Fleet hung in the air in much the same way that bricks don't."

But don't just take my word for it, the whole first book is available online, including the most famous and quoted passage where our hero Arthur Dent first encounter Vogon Poetry:

BTW, I posted this comment here too to make sure you saw it, in case you wonder.

And to answer your question above, I've dropped using "K1chyd" on comments, not on parodies, but only because there's no easy way for Chucky to change that on all my old ones.
Tommy Turtle - September 04, 2010 - Report this comment
Peter Andersson: Yes. And love social satire and bureaucracy-mocking, and wordplay. Glad you added that it's not typical sci-fi, which just isn't my thing. I will have to have a look at that some time; thanks for pointing it out.

Always safest to post a talk-back at the other person's song, though after seeing your kind v/c, I would have checked your song anyway, since you obviously saw my comment/plug. But yes, it's a sure guarantee this way, at least for those who check their "latest comments" page regularly. (Not everyone does.) Thanks for stopping by. Will let you know if/when I get to "Hitchhiker". Cheers.

p. s. With most of the old crowd gone, alas, I'm probably one of few still here who knows what K1chyd stands for. :)

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