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Song Parodies -> "Teen Strangler"

Original Song Title:

"Teen Angel"

Original Performer:

Mark Dinning

Parody Song Title:

"Teen Strangler"

Parody Written by:

Patrick McWilliams

The Lyrics

While I was reading Airfarcewon's "Fooled Some Prison Screws" I overheard a radio playing "Teen Angel". I thought about a felon who simply walked out of the Wyandotte County (Kansas) jail because an officer left him alone in the hallway. And, of course, Tommy Turtle's take on "Law and Order S.V.U.". The whole thing came together rather quickly after that.
That rainy night
I tied you up
And left you in my shack
You broke the cords
And you escaped
I went and hauled you back

Teen Strangler, papers call him
Sometimes his crimes appall him
But he can't ignore the thrill
And voices telling him to kill

What demons running through my brain
To take her life that night?
They say they found piano wire
Wrapped 'round her neck so tight

Teen Strangler, loves to snatch 'em
Teen Strangler, cops can't catch him
Half the force is on his trail
Let's hope they throw his ass in jail

At least sixteen
Are dead and gone
And now, I'll have to pay
The judge has thrown the book at me
He'll sentence me today

Teen Strangler in the cell block
Teen Strangler, watch the wall clock
Appeals have failed and there's no doubt
Your final hour is running out

Teen Strangler on the gurney
Teen Strangler, no attorney
Could save you from the chamber door
You'll burn in Hell forever more

Teen Strangler...watching you...die!
No serial killer fantasies, just trying to see how quickly I can churn out a parody.

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Old Man Ribber - September 02, 2010 - Report this comment
This one really choked me up! Fine job, Patrick!
AFW - September 02, 2010 - Report this comment
Extra good work on this anti-tribute...555
Patrick - September 02, 2010 - Report this comment
I like that word, "anti-tribute". It will be 666 where that dude is going.
Tommy Turtle - September 02, 2010 - Report this comment
Nice 180 from tear-jerker OS, sympathetic, to real-jerk-her psycho. 555mg potassium bicarbonate.

Oh, and thanks for the nod. So, how fast was it? TT's record: three minutes flat.
  Did this OS as a tribute to an excellent writer no longer here, named Dee Range (heh! - great name, eh?), so this OS was a natural to become "Dee Range, Well...." But it's NOT worth looking up, since you DK the writer.
Patrick - September 03, 2010 - Report this comment
Closer to half an hour from start of writing to finish. I go back and look up the lyrics so I can get the pacing right and the line breaks. I knew the lyrics to this one so I had it worked out in my head pretty quickly. Some songs actually take years. A couple I had in mind before I heard of this web site. Some I nit pick for days. This one came out virtually unchanged in one take.

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