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Song Parodies -> "My Fantasy Flings"

Original Song Title:

"My Favorite Things"

Original Performer:

Julie Andrews

Parody Song Title:

"My Fantasy Flings"

Parody Written by:

Stan Hall

The Lyrics

Extra credit for ID-ing all 19 of the narrator's onanistically enjoyed sweethearts and where he met'em. (And the 1st one's a virtual freebie.) :-)
Orgies with Ann-M., that whip-wielding kitten,
afternoons Emma gives me what bores Lytton,
antics with Audrey in stores that sell rings --
these are a few of my fantasy flings

Playtimes with Parker (let Bea boff pet poodles),
frolics with Faye when Clyde’s limp as boiled noodles,
kicks found with Kate while Ham’s son suffers slings --
these are a few of my fantasy flings.

Romping with Reese while we’re costumed as Cashes,
sporting with Susan (who cares not where Crash is),
ardor with Andie while ape-man vine-swings --
these are a few of my fantasy flings.

Lauren’s love bites bind men to nights (like that legend, Vlad),
but figments to me, such mere fog-flimsy strings
my conjures can't cage ... I'm glad!

Capers with Cate, royal virgin of Britain,
gambols with Gretchen that feature fake hittin’,
straying with Stella while King Elvis sings, --
these are a few of my fantasy flings.

Larking with Laura while Hanssen takes boodles,
Sinning with Sarah (those urban canoodles ),
frisking with Fay tho’ she’s the hirsute King’s --
these are a few of my fantasy flings.

Shacked up with Shelly while Jack hotel trashes,
trysting with Tawny at bachelor bashes,
romance with Robin while Forrest pong-pings –
these are a few of my fantasy flings.

Home alone nights, fancy-free’s flights this effect have had:
my member from limber to timber soon springs
and fun is at hand ... I’m glad!
© Stan Hall 09/11/2008

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Pacing: 4.6
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Total Votes: 9

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Doppelbock - November 10, 2008 - Report this comment
That was bloody brilliant.
alvin - November 10, 2008 - Report this comment
my fave of the the way you laud the ladies while bashing their beaus
AFW - November 10, 2008 - Report this comment
Fun to read
UnKnownVO - November 10, 2008 - Report this comment
Lord Stan, Duke 0'Halls, this is wondrous fun indeed ! What about LadyCatherine & rGere, as that couple in Chicago ? And let's not forget Gable & Gardner in MOGAMBO ? . . . . Oh, my favorite things . . . LilCouga & CowboyDave, perhaps ? ? . . . just joking, sir!
Glen S - November 10, 2008 - Report this comment
Not sure what you're on about, but great wordplay on the original. Great wordplay outright actually, I'd say you achieved a '50 ways to leave your lover' quality with your flings that most '50' parodies fall short of... it made sense in my head.
Below Average Dave - November 10, 2008 - Report this comment
Very well written Stan, Your title scans to TOS seemlessly. One of your best to date. Unknown Votress: LilCouga & CowboyDave, I better put my boots back on:)
LilCouga - November 10, 2008 - Report this comment
Sir B+A+D, you better have your ' spurs ' on, sir ! ! . . . for a little intense 'saddle action' ? ?
Stan - November 10, 2008 - Report this comment
Thanks, everyone ... ar all you complimentary commenters, anyway. I seem to be freighted of late with an automatic, anonymous and silent whacker-with-ones. Don't see the point in unexplained kicks or kudos, myself, but I suppose it's making someones day. :-)

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