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Song Parodies -> "Hours In The Stall"

Original Song Title:

"Fowers On The Wall"

Original Performer:

Statler Brothers

Parody Song Title:

"Hours In The Stall"

Parody Written by:

Stan Hall

The Lyrics

It's not what the title sub probably suggests. It's worse. :-)

Scroll down to OS title here for a sing-along midi. (NOTE: The parody's pacing actually tracks this midi's, which differs slightly from the Statler Brothers at each verse's last line.)
I keep starin’, wantin’ more than stouts from tappin’ lass
but any thoughts she’s diggin’ me are nonsense, I guess.
If I start walkin’ to the loo, I’ve wood that’s urgin’ “Run!”
Adieu, now, bartend’r, I’ll scurry out, see, to have a spot of fun …

Chorus:
Spendin’ hours in the stall
splattin’ splotches on the wall,
having solitary fun
with my p*cker. And when done,
nope, I won’t forget to wash my wankin’ hands. (Would you?)
Now don’t you see … it’s fun in the loo?

Past tight, I’m messed up, wasted, on a bender, drunken clown,
but ’long as my Jim Beam stays hard no blow-off gets me down.
Tho’ she won’t give up nought to me I’ll steal to loo and climb
into a stall and locked up in there I’ll have me quite a time …

[Chorus]

It’s good to see her even tho’ we won’t hook up tonight,
’cause anyway I’ll keep on lustin’, Hey, that’s my right!
If unenthused “Miss Hot and Buxom” seems regardin' me,
well, I’ll just go dashin’ to the mens room and place my bum on seat …

[Chorus]

Now don’t you see … it’s fun in the loo?
And before anyone asks, no, this isn't an autobiographical song. Not even semen- ... er, semi-autobigraphical. :-)

© Stan Hall 11/20/2008

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Stan - November 21, 2008 - Report this comment
Hmmmm... I never really thought this one would make it past the censor. Now that it' here, tho' I chagrined to fined the did, the midi link above leads nowhere expected. I'm unsure what's up as it did work in preview mode, nut in any case, the sing-along midi is at :

http://www.garyrog.50megs.com/midi1.html

On the page, scroll down to OS title and click ot play. :-)
alvin - November 21, 2008 - Report this comment
that was simply lovely stan...lol...pants off...uh...i mean hats off to you
Invisible Boy - November 21, 2008 - Report this comment
You're right, Stan...this was worse...and I mean that in a good way ...
AFW - November 21, 2008 - Report this comment
Quite an adventure..I like the double entendre use of Jim Beam..lol
Meriadoc - November 22, 2008 - Report this comment
And I thought it was going to be a farm parody...
Stan - November 22, 2008 - Report this comment
Thanks, all.
AFW - the Jim Beam bit is just one of many such in The Blues Brothers song "I Don't Know"
Merry - _I_ didn't even think folks might think it'd be a farm parody. Not a bad idea, tho' ... hmmm .... :-)
PMS - November 23, 2008 - Report this comment
You are one wacky doodle.
Stan - November 24, 2008 - Report this comment
Thanks, PMS ... strokes always feel good. :-)

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