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Song Parodies -> "Crazy Nong! You Ugly Daft Baboon!"

Original Song Title:

"Sunny Afternoon"

Original Performer:

The Kinks

Parody Song Title:

"Crazy Nong! You Ugly Daft Baboon!"

Parody Written by:

Stuart McArthur

The Lyrics

My wife and I have never actually been in this predicament, but if it did happen, I'm fairly sure the proceedings would include this exchange.
You've REALLY done it now you twit!
Here I am knee-deep in shit
Crazy nong! You ugly daft baboon!
and what do I do now?
say "Please stop, please stop, moo-cow"?
Crazy nong! You ugly daft baboon!

Save me, save me, stupid city boy-oy
from this big strong bull who's trying to destroy
my bicycle that YOU said could
take me safely through these woods
Crazy nong! You ugly daft baboon!
You're so asinine
You're so asinine
You're so asinine

Yes I know that YOU got through
"not a problem" - whoopy doo!
but that only underlines your cruelty
coz I'm stranded here
trying not to show my fear!
Crazy nong! You ugly daft baboon!

Help me, help me, help me get awa-ay
while his horns are all caught up in my bike chain
You TELL me "lift one leg up high
...BUT try not to catch his eye!"
Crazy nong! You ugly daft baboon!
aint no dumber guy
aint no dumber guy
aint no dumber guy

Why did, why did, why did, we ride dow-own
this muddy track we should've ridden round!
If ever I escape, sweetheart...
divorce will only be the start!
Crazy nong! You ugly daft baboon!
You're no man of mine
You're no man of mine
You're no man of mine

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alvin rhodes - August 11, 2005 - Report this comment
not sure what that was even about but it was fun to sing along with...5s
Tim Mayfield - August 11, 2005 - Report this comment
I don't think you got the concept of pet names, huh? ;-) 5's
Kristof Robertson - August 11, 2005 - Report this comment
As the recipient of numerous SOTM medals, an immensely talented writer and all round good bloke, I know you'll be OK with me saying this Stu....not one of your best
Michael Pacholek - August 11, 2005 - Report this comment
She gave you the crummy shaft, buffoon?
AFW - August 11, 2005 - Report this comment
DKOS, but it's a fun read..
Rick C - August 11, 2005 - Report this comment
Stu, I think Kristof is right. This is like something I'd write! :-) 555
john ulvang - August 11, 2005 - Report this comment
I love the original and loved your parody! Flows perfect. Nice wording.
Stuart McArthur - August 11, 2005 - Report this comment
LOL! Kristof - yes, well, it did seem at times to be running off the rails, but I wanted to try a syllable-for-syllable one like JD, JAB and alvin - guess I'll leave that field to them - and clearly you're right in your assessment, judging by the other comments - funny, when I started it, I thought it would be great! ;-)

thanks alvin (it's supposed to be about my wife abusing me as she's being attacked by a bull...meh)

thanks Tim - I wish I'd used that line instead, Michael!

thanks AFW - thanks Rick (you don't have to rub it IN!! ;-)

thanks john - I too love the original I have now destroyed :-)
Dee Range - August 11, 2005 - Report this comment
Don't remember the OS, Stu. Hope you never have to take this bull by the horns!
Stuart McArthur - August 11, 2005 - Report this comment
thanks for the read Dee - I know better than to tangle with bulls (unlike my wife)
Red Ant - August 11, 2005 - Report this comment
'fraid I DKTOS here either and don't quite get it. What is "nong"?
Johnny D - August 11, 2005 - Report this comment
Hey, thanks for the shout-out, Stuart! Brilliant job here. Personally, I consider John Barry, Alvin Rhodes, and Guy DiRito (Guy, where are you?) to be my role models for rhyming each syllable of a parody to the corresponding syllable of the OS whenever possible.
Jake A Ralphing (Luke Brattoni) - August 12, 2005 - Report this comment
My eyebrows were perched somewhere at the top of my scalp throughout this reading. Say whaaaaaa? ( :\ Fun read, anyhow.
Stuart McArthur - August 12, 2005 - Report this comment
thanks JD......

and Red Ant and Luke: Well!....you see, my wife and I are riding our bikes through the countryside, right? and I decide to take a shortcut through a bull's paddock, right? and she follows me, right? - but (and here's the hilarity) I get across fine, but her bike sticks in the mud, right? (hence that "knee-deep in shit" set-up in the first line) - sooooo, the bull starts attacking her bike, okay? so she starts shitting herself, and regarding me (and the advice I'm giving her from the safety of the other side of the paddock) quite unreasonably - she even calls me a "nong" which, Red Ant, is not a term of endearment, but it DOES happen to rhyme (sort of) with "on" which is the third syllable of the OS (ie. Lazing "on" a Sunny afternoon/crazy "nong" you ugly daft baboon) soooo then the bull's horns get stuck in the......

(psst, please, if you're reading this on "Latest Comments" do me a favour and stay away from this unmitigated disaster, okay? thanks...

...now where was I? oh yes, so the bull's horns get stuck in my wife's bike chain, right? so I suggest she slowly lifts her leg (without catching the bull's eye, mind you, which is pretty sensible advice form a "nong") over the bull's head, right?

....wait, let me grab a snack and I'll be right back.....

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