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Song Parodies -> "Alexander (and others): Vol. III of Turtle Trilogy"

Original Song Title:

"Johnny Angel"

Original Performer:

Shelley Fabares

Parody Song Title:

"Alexander (and others): Vol. III of Turtle Trilogy"

Parody Written by:

Tommy Turtle

The Lyrics

Please see Volume I of the Turtle Trilogy, "Johnny D-man", and Volume II, "John A. Barry", by this author.
(AmIRighters, AmIRighters, AmIRighters, AmIRighters,)
They're the writers for me!

Alexander
Mission ful-Phils
He our punctuation oversees
Writing songs to guide the usage of a-pos-tro-phes

And I wonder
Mister Phil-bo
Did his working in a State Pris-on
Inspire "Sex of Edmund Fits Ger-ald" by Airfarcewon?

AFDubya
Inspiration I gain
You have so much more brain
Than guy who rides that plane*
Mike Pa-cho-lek
How he hates W!
Bush bashes by the barrel
concurs completely: carol

Pat "Adagio"
Writes so "slowly"
No, I do not have to tell a lie
'Cause your declamation de-serves def-i-nite-ly Five high!

More sharp writers?
Kristof Rob-ertson's one
Dealt Dusty deadly dirt:
The one you love, you hurt
Stu McArthur
Drowning deep in despair
Career's in disrepair
Could not heal Linda Blair, but...

AmIRighters
How I love 'em
And I pray that someday they'll love me
And together we'll progen-er-ate per-fect par-o-dy!

(AmIRighters, AmIRighters, AmIRighters, AmIRighters,)
They're the writers for me!

(AmIRighters, AmIRighters, AmIRighters, AmIRighters,)
They're the writers for me!



References: "'Postrophe" and "Apostrophes contd. - A Few of the Difficult Bits"; © Phil Alexander; "The Sex Of Edmund Fits Gerald" , © Airfarcewon; AFDubya = AFW = Airfarcewon, which, for those outside the U.S., and the civicly challenged inside, is a pun on Air Force One, the call sign assigned to the aircraft used by the President; Numerous Bush bashes:Michael Pacholek and carol; "Did You Ever Say You Had A Good Time?", © Adagio; "I Always Seem To Injure You", © Kristof Robertson; "Worrying Signs For A Newbie Exorcist", © Stuart McArthur; Everything else © 2006 Tommy Turtle, who admits this is becoming a bad hobbit.

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Pacing: 4.4
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Overall Rating: 4.2

Total Votes: 16

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Adagio - February 14, 2006 - Report this comment
I just vaguely know this OS, but thanks for mentioning me. : D That makes a person's day.
AFW - February 14, 2006 - Report this comment
Quite a trio concoction...One helluva "Johnny Angel" array ..and such wordology you must be an english teacher or prof. and I'm flattend, er, flattered by the complimentary mentions...555
Michael Pacholek - February 14, 2006 - Report this comment
'Bout time... we got some fragile egos here, y'know! Large but fragile -- right, honey? (And if you don't know who "Honey" is, you soon will, and it's got nothing to do with Bobby Goldsboro's song!) Anyway, here's a five, even though it seems like I had to wait five days.
Arwen - February 14, 2006 - Report this comment
Michael...Honey...I think TT is mad at me for denouncing the TT, Leslie and Arwen threesome.

But I still have a hell of an ego...
alvin rhodes - February 14, 2006 - Report this comment
a nice little tribute
Tommy Turtle - February 14, 2006 - Report this comment
Adagio, AFW, Michael, Arwen, alvin, thanks; happy to have a chance to return the support.
AFW, thanks, no, not a prof, saw a book written by an alleged English teacher whose title contained a grammatical error, as did her interview; just enjoy playing with words as do we all here.

Arwen, to have ego fed, see instructions in epilogue to Vol. I.
Johnny D - February 14, 2006 - Report this comment
Gonna start callin' you " Alexpander The Great " ! ;-)
John Barry - February 14, 2006 - Report this comment
A trilogy of 5s.
Stuart McArthur - February 14, 2006 - Report this comment
You cannot go wrong with this type of flattery around here, Tommy T - I noticed your kind comment yesterday on my "Worrying Signs/Exorcist" parody and was wondering why the visit - much appreciated - you're quite the wordsmith :-) - 555 (of course)
Arwen - February 15, 2006 - Report this comment
Oh, Tommy...my ego is pretty self-sustaining...and even if it weren't, my fabulous AmiRight cohorts take good care of me, so I don't have to worry.

Which is not to say that I'm not going to praise your work...it just won't be out of self-interest...when I do...=) (which is rare, because almost everything else that I do IS out of self-interest...=)...)

The only person around here that really I suck up to is Spaff...and that's only because it's a requirement for membership...; ). Also, I'm trying to get a replacement Plasma TV out of him...and he's not budging...
Larry Hensley - February 15, 2006 - Report this comment
Also a good tribute.
Agrimorfee - February 15, 2006 - Report this comment
Caaan you feeeel the loooove tooniiiiiight? (555)
Kristof Robertson - February 15, 2006 - Report this comment
Tommy, Tommy, Tommy.....you've learnt well, young parody Jedi. Pander to our massive egos, and we'll love ya forever. I have to give this 5s, don't I? Great job.
Luke Brattoni - February 15, 2006 - Report this comment
Wish I knew the OS, tributes are always a great read to appreciate the fine work that goes into this site.
Tommy Turtle - March 06, 2006 - Report this comment
Johnny D, thanks... you think I pander to Phil A? Hey, I pander to everybody... BTW, where is Philbo?? I'm so wounded, he hasn't commented here.... see if I pander to him anymore... John B, thanks... Stuart, thanks, wanted to get a sample of each author and so looked at something catchy on each page... would love to read all 36,000 here "Had we but world enough, and time..." (from "To His Coy Mistress", by Andrew Marvell, 1621"1678, see 3w.bartleby.com/101/357.html) .. Arwen, thanks, I think... I haven't sucked up to Spaff yet; guess I better start.... if I do, do I get a plasma TV? Larry, thanks... Agrimorfee, yes, I can feel the love, in fact, I think I feel it poking me in the rear... really, thanks... BTW, has anyone else used the word "amphigoriously" in a song? Thought not... Kristof/Yoda, Sir, Master, whatever, sincerest thanks from this Grasshopper, I mean, Jedi... Luke, thanks, you need to find a station with oldies so you know what REAL music is like, as opposed to rap or hop-hop or whatever junk you're listening to now... will have to put you in a sequel or future work.
Phil Alexander - March 08, 2006 - Report this comment
So, you pander to everyone, eh? Something like this:
This Turtle is a guy whose compliments abound
His praise is being heaped on all us parodists around
He's fulsome and he's wholesome and it's very clear to see
I'm gonna have to vote 5s for being oh so nice to me
They call him the panderer
Oh, the panderer
And ain't it fun-ny funny funny funny fun...
TT - March 11, 2006 - Report this comment
Thanks, Phil, but, uh... just which meaning of "fulsome" are we using here???

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