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Song Parodies -> "The Pound Of Music"

Original Song Title:

"The Sound Of Music"

Original Performer:

Movie theme

Parody Song Title:

"The Pound Of Music"

Parody Written by:


The Lyrics

The street is alive
With the pound of music
From woofers in trunks
Of cars cruising by

How safe can they drive
With such pounding music?
My house might explode
It's vibrating high...

My fist wants to punch
Out the lights of those dense
And dumb inconsiderate turds..
My foot wants to kick hard and fast
Fat behinds of such nerds..

They're spending a "Thou" or more, I know
On these car stereos
If anything's left of each pay,
It just goes for low butt showing clothes..

I'm off to the hills,
For some peace and quiet
I can't take no more
Of this booming roar..

My ears need a rest
From the pound of music
Ahh, sleep comes, once more

Ahh, sleep comes, once more

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Pacing: 5.0
How Funny: 5.0
Overall Rating: 5.0

Total Votes: 11

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 5   11

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alvin - April 13, 2009 - Report this comment
thanks for bringing up one of my pet peeves
Harry - April 13, 2009 - Report this comment
Thank you, AFW, and welcome back! I missed your parodies...I'm a big fan...And yes...I too cannot stand the overloaded bass contents of these sideways wearing baseball cap street punks...and I love the spoilers they have on the could kick a field goal through that thing...can you say..."douchebags?" I knew you could...(Mr. Rogers). LOL. Welcome back, AFW.
Andria - April 13, 2009 - Report this comment
It's great to see you back, AFW. I agree with Harry and Alvin on most everything, but I dislike those wings on cars that Harry brought up. I once borrowed a Honda Civic that had one of those from a friend when my Chevrolet Impala station wagon was in the shop, and some moron on a skateboard hitched a ride on the car by way of the wing. He finally saw the light and let go of the car when he heard and saw me with my elbow in the horn button and shouting at him. Here are some 5s.
Leo Keough - April 13, 2009 - Report this comment
What a coincidence - those guys were out in front of my place last night - 555 decibels to you for this funny take on the modern world!!!
Christie Marie M - April 13, 2009 - Report this comment
It's nice to see you back, AFW!! I missed you lots! BTW, my birthday is today and I expected lots of presents, but you coming back to this site is the best present I have ever received because I missed your parodies. Anyways, in regards to your song, I know how annoying it is to be around loud, pulsing music. It shatters my eardrums.It reminds me so much about how my bro would drive me elsewhere and he blasts his music so loud. I don't know how he could deal with it. I had to take an Asprin afterwards. Anyways, I love the song you wrote! 555.
Andria - April 13, 2009 - Report this comment
Happy Birthday, Christie Marie!
Guy - April 13, 2009 - Report this comment
Farce - Hey buddy - nice parody. I absolutely howled when I read this line:

"It just goes for low butt showing clothes"


I think you will have nothing but agreement on the content of this parody. I'd just love it once to witness if one of those motorized bass trasher's car vibrated apart with fenders and the like hitting the pavement. Wonderful parody and totally original Farce. You got me instantly with the title. High fives!
JP - April 13, 2009 - Report this comment
Great parody as always, AFW. And welcome back. I think I can safely say that everybody missed you. You're an Amiright legend.
AFW - April 13, 2009 - Report this comment
Thanks, Guys and Gals.....Glad to be back home, even though..still going through some Corporal punishment..since leaving the General hospital...after suffering a Major heart attack...and held for ransom in a Pivate rooms for over thirty days......Forgive me, if I don't have steam enough to mouse around with comments and votes for all your writes, at this time....Will make up for it, post more parodies and explain the Rest Of The Story.(Perhaps parody-style) when Sniffy and I are able to spout more zip, and trot back on our "Sixes"..(Let's two, and his four..that's right)...Again, thanks, All.....Your V and C is the best medicine...
Guy - April 13, 2009 - Report this comment
OMG Farce - I've been off the site for a while and had no idea what happened to you until reading your comment above. So glad you are home. You are in my prayers now and I thank the good Lord that He sees fit to let us enjoy your parodies for what I pray is a long while to come. Take care buddy.
TJC - April 14, 2009 - Report this comment
Fantastic high volume parodyin'... wonderful to see you back!
Christie Marie M - April 14, 2009 - Report this comment
AFW, I had no idea about what happened to you until you told us. We're really sorry to hear about your plight. My dad had a history of heart attacks from when I was in 5th grade to my college years. Just take it easy and get plenty of rest...Andria, thanks for wishing me a Happy Birthday. I had a great one. Got some great presents, as well as gift certificates. Anyways, nice to read your parody the second time. Get well soon! Peace out!!

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