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Song Parodies -> "Johnny D-man (and others): Vol. I of TurtleTrilogy"

Original Song Title:

"Johnny Angel"

Original Performer:

Shelley Fabares

Parody Song Title:

"Johnny D-man (and others): Vol. I of TurtleTrilogy"

Parody Written by:

Tommy Turtle

The Lyrics

This transcriber has criticized the author for spawning the supremely self-aggrandizing parody of this OS, "Tommy Turtle". The author, ever eager to evince egalitarianism, elegiacally yet exuberantly effulges with this edition the erudition of his fellow AmIRighters.
(AmIRighters, AmIRighters, AmIRighters, AmIRighters,)
They're the writers for me!

Johnny D-man
Writes in COBOL
Since he's super software engineer
Translate into A-S-C-I-I, quips quote quite queer

alvin rhodes is
from bellflower
'parently a poor part of l.a.
'cause they can't afford to make much CAPITAL outlay

Jack, the Red Ant
Gave "Guide" gen-er-rously
He edits on this site
Which helps out AmIRight
Newbie writers
Get a piece of his mind
But don't you think he's kinda
Obsessed by the "Va-China"?

There's Royce Miller
Very witty
Pretty titty ditty, so sincere
But he cannot get his mind off of his itchy brassiere

Last but least, not!
Mr. Chuck Gros-ven-or
The junior Charlie G.
We proffer thanks to thee
Other websites
Have a chuckle or two
But there's no host like you
No one but Chuck'll do for...

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!

Advance apologies, Alexander, anent arduous "research", a.k.a. "plagiarism", about AmIRight authors. Anyone feeling left out, and everyone else for that matter, should read Volume II of the Turtle Trilogy, "John A. Barry", and Volume III: "Alexander", by this author. Should anyone else have the masochistic desire to appear in future such parodies, giving the author a few perceptive, witty, or carapace-kissing comments should help. References: "COBOL Wizard", © Johnny D; alvin rhodes on capitalization; "Va-China" and Writer's Guide (search for "reply #38) on the linked page), © Red Ant; "To All the Bras I've Loathed Before", © Royce Miller; AmIRight, © Charles R. Grosvenor Jr.; Everything else © 2006 Tommy Turtle.

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alvin rhodes - February 14, 2006 - Report this comment
thanks for the nod...yep, bellflower is poor, not as poor as the other two bells around here, though, bell gardens and bell...5s
Johnny D - February 14, 2006 - Report this comment
Thanks, T-Squared. I think you might be one of the friendly aliens from "The Lathe of Heaven".
Tommy Turtle - February 14, 2006 - Report this comment
alvin, thanks, hope they can afford capitals some day lol. Johnny D, thanks. Not familiar with that book/movie. Is that a good thing or a bad thing?
Johnny D - February 14, 2006 - Report this comment

Scroll down to the smoky sepia-tone photo on the right --- the creature in the background is one of the turtle-like aliens.
Stuart McArthur - February 14, 2006 - Report this comment
good work, Tommy, but like hundreds of amiright newbies before you (me included), you've assumed wrongly with your gender stab at the name "Royce" :-) - 555
Red Ant - February 14, 2006 - Report this comment
Wow, a whole paragraph honoring me! Thanks for noticing my editing duties and my real name. About Va-China!, obsessed, well, it only crosses my mind every 8 seconds which is apparently average. ;-)

I try to help out the newbies (though you are only a newbie by time on the site not parody quality) so they don't fumble through 50 or 60 parodies like I did before I got decent at them.

About the group parody idea you have, it is perhaps easier to set up an account to attempt such a thing. I do have a few ideas in mind for a multi-author parody.

I made the same mistake Stu and you did when I first got here, Royce is very much a woman.

Finally, 555.
Larry Hensley - February 15, 2006 - Report this comment
Another good tribute.
Agrimorfee - February 15, 2006 - Report this comment
another 555 by defualt...:)
Kristof Robertson - February 15, 2006 - Report this comment
Great stuff, TT...and a foolproof way of getting yourself into "circulation", so to speak. And yeah...I got Royce's gender wrong when I first started. Bravo! 555
Tommy Turtle - March 06, 2006 - Report this comment
Johnny D, I looked at the alien turtles (finally) and yes, it's a pretty good resemblance... Stuart, Kristof, thanks, appreciate the correction, so it would in fact be a man who rolls Royce?? Royce, wherever you are, no offense, my bras itch too sometimes... Red Ant, the same, and thanks to you; if everyone read that guide, they could shortcut the learning curve... thanks for the compliment... I have some multi - ideas too, but as you'll see from a song posting tonight for Tue 3/7, will continue to be MIA for a while... Larry, thanks... Agrimorfee, "default" as in "ass-kissing"? Works for me! thanks.

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