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Song Parodies -> "Freak Frankenstein"

Original Song Title:

"Sweet Caroline"

Original Performer:

Neil Diamond

Parody Song Title:

"Freak Frankenstein"

Parody Written by:


The Lyrics

Who needs werewolves and vampires when you can have the biggest and the best monster of them all: Frankenstein!
Werewolves aren't bad
But their fleas leave me itchin'
And then they howl the whole night long

Love to have flings
With beasts and kinky monsters
You won't believe the things I've done

Drac's... In the sack...
Makes me pout... With his teeth... My neck's chewed...

Freak Frankenstein
Big guy makes me groan: "Good, good"
His gears I'll grind
See him walk as stiff as wood
Dug that guy...

...Up from the ground
And he was struck by lightning
Used body parts but they're so cute!

Brain is inert
Flirtin' is made much harder
Short words he blurts that hunky brute

Storms... Wood platforms...
Hear me shout... "IT'S ALIVE!"... When we screw

Freak Frankenstein
"Twilight" was full of falsehoods
Vampires bite
Golems are misunderstood
Moan, moan, moan...

Freak Frankenstein
Townsfolk turned his house to soot
Shrieked: "Frankenstein!
We would rather have Bigfoot!"
Need Frankenstein
Don't mind his monster manhood
Freak Frankenstein

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Pacing: 4.7
How Funny: 4.9
Overall Rating: 4.6

Total Votes: 10

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Rob Arndt - May 11, 2016 - Report this comment
555 volts! Good thing you didn't do a parody of that other Burton Franken "dog!"
Jonathan - May 11, 2016 - Report this comment
I like Frankenstein and all but only as a friend... 5's
Michael Pacholek - May 13, 2016 - Report this comment
You DO know that Frankenstein was the name of the scientist, not the monster, right?
Rob Arndt - May 13, 2016 - Report this comment
Not exactly true MP as it was known as Frankenstein's monster or The Frankenstein monster. The monster itself claimed to be "the Adam of your labors" to the Dr. And the Dr. was based on a real Dr. Konrad Dippel who worked on human bodies at Schloss Frankenstein (meaning Stone of the Franks)!
Agrimorfee - May 24, 2016 - Report this comment
Sorta like Madeline Kahn in Young Frankenstein, amiright? "Ohhhhh sweet mystery of life, at last I've found youuuuuu...!"
Matthias - May 25, 2016 - Report this comment
That's what I was thinking about when I wrote this one Aggy lol
Max Power - May 26, 2016 - Report this comment
To be fair, would you rather refer to it as Frankenstein's monster or just Frankenstein? I know it's lazy but still, blame the pop culture on this. With that said, wouldn't the monster technically be a zombie? I wonder...
Abbott Skelding - May 31, 2016 - Report this comment
"Oh, you men are all or eight quick ones then you're off with the boys to boast and brag.YOU BETTER KEEP YOUR MOUTH SHUT!" hahaha there are a lot of funny lines in here...I particularly liked the ramp up to each chorus, nicely done!
bobpiecheese - May 31, 2016 - Report this comment
(Artistry) Pretty good, but I would've preferred a focus on Frankenstein and not bring the other monsters into it, would've made it more solid IMO. Still, as is, 555 sweet mysteries!

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