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Song Parodies -> "Unmatched DNA"

Original Song Title:

"Surfin' USA"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

The Beach Boys

Parody Song Title:

"Unmatched DNA"

Parody Written by:

Tokusou Sentai Blessranger

The Lyrics

I had two identical sons with different DNA
Either one's were different, ain't same anyway
You'd see my doctor analyzed my boys in checkup too
Some strange data were mixed up, unmatched DNA

There was a man whose favorite color is pink
Alongside him was his girlfriend who thought "love stinks"
And she hates her boyfriend's father, kinda evil some way
Either of theirs were different, unmatched DNA

There was this girl name Doris, who's being lonely yet
She really hates some math teacher she had ever met
Although that teacher's autistic, not Doris, okay
Tell that teacher about some unmatched DNA

High school students that act rude toward bully girls
Even that college student whose name was Earl
Some people were friendly but unrelated anyway
Either of theirs were different, unmatched DNA
Either of theirs were different, unmatched DNA
Either of theirs were different, unmatched DNA

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Overall Rating: 2.7

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Mr 1s - February 24, 2007 - Report this comment
Perhaps it would help your score if you ACTUALLY BOTHERED TO LEAVE FEEDBACK ON OTHER PEOPLE'S PARODIES which you never ever do? I really fail to see how on earth you can churn out sheer BS every day which never ever gets feedback and/or low votes (save your odd saving comment/vote from Michael Pacholek) Please go away and never ever return.
Well, since my name was mentioned... - February 24, 2007 - Report this comment
This COULD have been a terrific song, with a little imagination. I was thinking he was about to be eliminated from consideration as Dannielynn's father. (Anna Nicole's daughter.) At least it wasn't about some ridiculous Asian cartoon that 35 Americans have seen and would understand. Or about "Sesame Street" AFTER it jumped that little red furry shark. As Jack Nicholson asked, "What if this is as good as it gets?" With him, Mr 1s, this IS about as good as it gets. He's the Chicago Cubs of Amiright: Just when you think he's finally turned it around...
Random Information - February 25, 2007 - Report this comment
I like that, the "Chicago Cubs" of AmIRight. . .one thing I feel the need to mention. . .at least the Cubs do have a relationship with the other teams. . .they do comment and participate in the community they choose to be part of. . .anyway, not going any further, just got a little chuckle out of anyone being compared to the Cubs. . .especially since the New Orleans Saints of football can no longer be claimed in the same manner. . .
Since he mentioned my name in his comment... - February 25, 2007 - Report this comment
To 'Well, since my name was mentioned...' I feel at least Fitu Petaia has a certain charm about him, even though his parodies are equally rubbish. TSB just annoys the hell out of me.

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