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Song Parodies -> "Without You ('My Fair Fiddlegirl', Scene 15 of 16)"

Original Song Title:

"Without You"

Original Performer:

My Fair Lady: Lerner / Loewe

Parody Song Title:

"Without You ('My Fair Fiddlegirl', Scene 15 of 16)"

Parody Written by:

Fiddlegirl and Tommy Turtle

The Lyrics

If you missed the start of our parody of the entire musical on Wednesday, September 30, 2009, please enjoy it in order!

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In our last exciting episode, Professor Turtle, puzzled, bewildered, and, to be honest, a little bit miffed, at the excoriating exit of the frivolously foolish Fiddlegirl, is reassured by his faithful friend and companion, Col. Nitpickering, that the Professor is a fine fellow, ever mellow, despite her bellow. Thus, when she confronts him, he expects her to be begging for forgiveness.

For the first time in his entire life, the Professor is wrong.

FG: [singing]
What a duel it’s been; an abomination cruel
You stink! *You* pan my mirth; I cry
Aren’t *you* the jewel? Stern and stubborn as a mule;
But I’m finished! You may quote, “Goodbye!”
Ciao, you inflated bag of wind;
Paro- Star! Watch the Fiddlegirl ascend!

TT: [speaking]
Too sensitive—fussy! These modern ideas that she’s read are absurd, North and South. I’m *not* gonna go there.

FG: [singing]
Folks ... will ... post, have no fear, without you
AmIRight will be here without you
There'll be Fives, sets of three
Plenty more paro-dy
There'll be Sir Chuck-yG without you

Lyric satire will thrive without you
We won’t fret; we’ll survive without you
Though your ego is vain from your brilliance, it’s plain
There’s no e-ternal flame lit for you
We can do.......
Without you!

You, dear friend, who pace so well,
You can go to Hartford, Houston, and Hawaii!

Chuck can still run this page without you
I will be all the rage without you
Adios, now—adieu
Find a new gal to screw, ‘cause I’m through!

TT: [spoken]
You crazy wussy!

Without your kenning it, the tide has turned
My Cae-sar “salad days”, like Cleo, spurned
No doubt your pushiness will now subside…
If AIR can do without you, Tommy—So can I!

I have friends of my own: nice men, too
Kind, encouraging, sweet -- not like you
Just stay there in your shell
I can write bloody well
Without --

TT: [singing] interrupts:

By...... Chuck, I really did it!
Wit pitted; out-witted
I said I'd make a writer from a noobish kid
'Spite times that I thought, "Screw it",
Work through it; pursue it
I'd make an AmIRighter, and exceed, I did!

Ms. Fiddle, you are punster-ful!

The Impressor is professed! (Sorry, folks, it's been a rather grueling write for both of us. One more try:) The Professor is impressed! He's made a professional-quality parodist of her, as he set out to do -- and he actually admires her new independent spirit!

But has there been too much water under the dam -- or is it "over the bridge" -- or is it "off the bridge"? No, that was our Chappaquiddick series.

Anyway, can they patch this all up, or must they forever go their separate ways? Tune in for our thrilling conclusion!

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Total Votes: 7

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alvin - October 09, 2009 - Report this comment
especially liked the caesar salad days / cleo line
Old Man Ribber - October 09, 2009 - Report this comment
And she did it without ewe! ;)
AFW - October 09, 2009 - Report this comment
Top drawer writing, My (Lots better than)Fair Parodist...
Timmy1000 - October 09, 2009 - Report this comment
Another good edition and some nice sentiment here. The Amiright site is more important than any of us, but it sure is great to write here and read the many amusing musings. Thanks to ChuckyG
Christie Marie M - October 09, 2009 - Report this comment
(Applauds): Bravo! Quite a dashing performance as always to both of you! Enjoyed it lots! I especially dug the ending part. I also dug the "stay in your shell" line as well! Ditto to OMR's comment! A 555 star performance!
Fiddlegirl - October 09, 2009 - Report this comment
Curtsey to Alvin, and a warm "thanks"!

OMR: LOL! Let TT have his sheep thrills... ;)

AFW: Grateful thanks, Sir! I'm trying to keep TT out of the drawers, though ;)

T1K: Thanks, and LOL @ "amusing musings" :)

CMM: Thank you, thank you, thank you! :D
Tommy Turtle - October 10, 2009 - Report this comment
OMR and AFW: That's not what she said the other day, heh heh ;)

Ditto-ing FG's thanks to all!
blackjack21 - October 10, 2009 - Report this comment
Hmm, I'm certain I've heard this somewhere before. Right, you're bloody well write. 555
TT - October 11, 2009 - Report this comment
blackjack21: Really? Cool! Where? ... movie? play? ... I bloody well thank you, *without* any help from my supercilious, bilious, run-off-on-her-own, apparent (ATM) *ex*- partner! See ya at the finale!

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