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Song Parodies -> "Stick It To Guys"

Original Song Title:

"Ticket To Ride"

Original Performer:

The Beatles

Parody Song Title:

"Stick It To Guys"

Parody Written by:

Bob Gomez

The Lyrics

Brokeback Mountain, Scene 5: a musical interlude.
I think my colon's been rent,
I ripped it today, yeah!
The ranch hand sharin' my tent,
Turns out that he's gay!

He's gotta stick it to guys,
He's gotta stick it to guys,
He's gotta stick it to guys,
But he's no queer!

He says that livin' with sheep
Was bringin' him down, yeah!
Now he won't let me get sleep,
He likes to pork round!

He's gotta stick it to guys,
He's gotta stick it to guys,
He's gotta stick it to guys,
But he's no queer!

I don't know why he's hidin', so shy--
The closet stinks, right?
He oughta do, like, five sheep!
Before he gets to playin' with guys,
The closet stinks, right?
He oughta screw, like, five sheep!

I think my colon's been rent,
I ripped it today, yeah!
The ranch hand sharin' my tent,
Turns out that he's gay, yeah!

He's gotta stick it to guys,
He's gotta stick it to guys,
He's gotta stick it to guys,
But he's no queer!

I don't know why he's hidin', so shy--
The closet stinks, right?
He oughta do, like, five sheep!
Before he gets to playin' with guys,
The closet stinks, right?
He oughta screw, like, five sheep!

He says that livin' with sheep
Was bringin' him down, yeah!
Now he won't let me get sleep,
He likes to pork round! Aaagh!

He's gotta stick it to guys,
He's gotta stick it to guys,
He's gotta stick it to guys,
But he's no queer!

My baby's no queer!
My baby's no queer!
My baby's no queer!
┬ęBob Gomez 2006

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Johnny D - January 23, 2006 - Report this comment
Not baa-aa-aa-aad, Bob!
Michael Pacholek - January 23, 2006 - Report this comment
Well, it doesn't make this a bad parody, sweetheart.
alvin rhodes - January 23, 2006 - Report this comment
sounds like more than the back got broke on that mountain
John Barry - January 23, 2006 - Report this comment
"Buckaroo" comes from Spanish "vaquero" ("cowboy") and "v" in Spanish is pronounced "v," thus, "back arrow." 5s
Bob Gomez - January 23, 2006 - Report this comment
JD: Not so baaaaad yourself (sheepishly).
MP: Yeah, but I guess Brokeback Mountain turned into a Tragical Blistery Tour.
ar: alvin rhodes, take me home..........
JB: As always, the most literate of literati. Zing! "Lariat" comes from "la riata" which means "Larry wants to make out with you."
Red Ant - January 23, 2006 - Report this comment
Great stuff Bob. Iwould have like to seen more variation in the lines but still funny enough for triple nickels.
Bob Gomez - January 23, 2006 - Report this comment
Thanks, Red, I appreciate the high expectations. Sometimes I like to follow the pattern of the original, especially in the case of a classic tune like this.
Michael Pacholek - January 24, 2006 - Report this comment
Hate to tell ya this, JAB, but "vaquero" refers to cowboys, a term invented by the Spaniards in their colonial days in present-day western U.S., Mexico, and South America. Has nothing to do with arrows. But that doesn't mean the Spaniards were immune to such urges...

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