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Song Parodies -> "Superpalliativeseclipsethisvexedmeallisroses"

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Mary Poppins soundtrack

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Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

A rewrite of one I did a while ago.
Lumbar, ilial, thoracical dismay.
Lumbar, cervical, thoracical disc-fray.

Condition when a neural
Pathway once open closes.
Clonazepam--mo' than a dram!
I could down ten doses.

Lumbar, ilial, thoracical dismay,
Lunch: bar, spirits-swill; medicinal foray.

My sacroiliac is weak. . .
In sack, on pillowed pads.
Pill-stingy dorsal docs seek peek
With resonance and rads.

Infirm; I squirm, bones burred and spurred;
Hurt moseys to my toes
Don't-dole-dose doc purred, "Pain deterred?"
I clocked him in the nose. Blow!

I cringe at Pilates chicks
In pretzel-perfect poses.
Percodan perks me up, man,
Let me purchase five doses!

Lumbar, internals, and radicles disc ray,
Lumbar, ilial, thoracical display.

Clocked doc opines: decline the curls
Until my spine's unbent.
I tried to the walk the line one day;
I was, in no time, spent.

A doob of marijuana. . .
Then stiff needles stuck in me.
I had the stabbed steel twirled, but Zen--
I think they nicked my chi! "Oowwwoommm."

A lumbar encumbrance this
Osteosis imposes.
Oxycontin mocks endorphin--
OK, doc, four doses!!

Barbital, Seconal, Demerol I take. . .
Halidol, then I fall, and I crawl like snake.

Don't know how my back came undone,
But then again, I may.
I summon memories
Of the serpentine game I'd play.
Should have acted more carefully,
Could have caused sore-back strife
Engaged in Twister with a girl
Whose lithe spine curls, my wife. She's


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alvin - January 08, 2008 - Report this comment
mind boggling display of rhyming and pacing
Doppelbock - January 08, 2008 - Report this comment
I am in awe. This was sheer brilliance.
littleCupCakes - January 08, 2008 - Report this comment
It's HOT: "gets-me-all-in-poses" and rather sweaty Sir John!
John Barry - January 08, 2008 - Report this comment
Thanks, Alvin, Dopplebock! CupCakes.
Meriadoc - January 08, 2008 - Report this comment
Seems your tongue is more twisted than your back - excellent!
AFW - January 08, 2008 - Report this comment
Fine job on a real toughie
Below Average Dave ( - January 08, 2008 - Report this comment
Nice job with the always challenging Supercal...impressive John, impressive.
Invisible Boy - January 08, 2008 - Report this comment
John, this was a fabulous write. To combine an astute knowledge of anatomy, pharmaceuticals, eastern thought, parody, and Mary Poppins in one piece is brilliant.
Guy - January 15, 2008 - Report this comment
Super calisthenics of an entre like nervOusness. Nice job John.

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