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Song Parodies -> "The Liter for the Jet"

Original Song Title:

"The Leader of the Pack"

Original Performer:

The Shangrilas

Parody Song Title:

"The Liter for the Jet"

Parody Written by:

Matthias

The Lyrics

I'm starting to think I'm obsessed with Airplanes....
(Cop)
Is she really bringing it on with her?

(Another cop)
Well, there she is let's get her

(Cop)
Scuzze Me, Is that a Pepsi you're drinking?

(Woman)
Mm-hmm

(Cop)
Gee, It must be great drinking all that

(Another cop)
Drop the pop and step away

(Woman)
Uh-uh

(Both Cops)
By the way, where'd you get it?

(Woman)
I got it at the Dollar Store
That shop near the Krispy Kreme
You know the place there?

(Another cop)
Yes, we're cops

(Woman)
That's where I bought this
The Liter for the Jet
[Plane starts up in the background]
[Woman gets pissed]

I can't believe this, you cops are such clowns (Clowns, clowns)
I'll admit I get thirsty, is that not allowed?

(Cop)
To make sure you're clean we have flush that soda down

(Woman)
I'm not in Taliban
I've never seen Iran
I just want my drink, dude
A Liter for the Jet

[Plane continues to start up, takes off]

(Woman)
I did what you told me I took off my shoes
But to drop off my Pepsi? It cost me a slew

(Cop)
For your own good ma'am, calm down there's nothing we can do

(Woman)
From these cold dead hands you'll pry
Or when this whole bottle's dry
Don't mean to alert you
Just Liter for the Jet

They sorta smiled
And then said, "Nice Try"
The beers were beginning to flow
They cracked open Pepsi and then my Sprite
I begged them "Oh! Please No!"
But whether they heard, I'll never know
Poured Out! Poured Out! Poured Out! Poured Out!!!

[Splash of Soda hitting the floor]

Had my tongue's dryness
But had no brew
Now I'm craving all the drinks
They went through
The steward said "We'll serve in air"
It seems like it's years before we're there
I'll never replace it
That Liter for the Jet

[The Jet Flies Off]

Pop, Pop-pop-pop-pop-pop-pop
The Liter on the Jet
No More Pop, Pop-pop-pop-pop-pop-pop
The Liter on the Jet
No More Pop, Pop-pop-pop-pop-pop-pop
The Liter on the Jet
Pop, Pop-pop-pop-pop-pop-pop

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Jack Wilson - October 27, 2006 - Report this comment
That was awesome! Was this inspired by my Leader of the Laundromat thread?
alvin rhodes - October 27, 2006 - Report this comment
nice job....yes, the terrorists have won
Matthias - October 27, 2006 - Report this comment
-Jack: I'm afraid it wasn't, It was based off of Kristof's Decathalon, and this being one of my favorite songs by a Girl Group, However I have heard that song, and enjoy it -Alvin: The terrorists have turned the Airport Security into terrorists, thanks
Red Ant - October 27, 2006 - Report this comment
Airport security goes a *bit* too far now, eh? I mean, it's not like a bottle of Pepsi that is being drunk is going to be some sort of new liquid explosive. Haven't heard the song in ages, but I liked the write here and story progression, Matthias. I'll give ya some frequent 5er miles.
Meriadoc - October 27, 2006 - Report this comment
Excellent job about the absurdity of airport security. Five ounces...
John Barry - October 27, 2006 - Report this comment
That liter'sjust a snack! A Boeing 555.
2Eagle - October 28, 2006 - Report this comment
You have to buy drinks at the airport, which will cost more.
tomario - November 07, 2006 - Report this comment
i find dr pepper goes with a bang!great paranoid parody 555
bobpiecheese - November 11, 2006 - Report this comment
(Decathlon - Event 7) Hang on...did I understand that right? No drinks on planes? What the hell is that?! That's insane! Oh, well, not like I'm going anywhere soon. Well done, Matthias!
Johnny D - November 16, 2006 - Report this comment
(Dec) This parody pops a cork like a shaken-up bottle of champagne in a cabin pressurized to 7,000 feet!
Stuart McArthur - November 19, 2006 - Report this comment
(decath7) ah, I was pronouncing it "lighter" and got all confused - now I get it - good job at satirical current affairs commentary Matty - 555
Kristof Robertson - November 20, 2006 - Report this comment
(DEC7) I had the same problem as Stu, Matthias....in the parts of the English speaking world that aren't America, it's spelt "litre"...still, this was a litre or two's worth of fun...5555
Josh 2 - November 20, 2006 - Report this comment
Is there another voting category now Kristof? Anyways, DKTOS and didnt quite get it but I rust all these guys to 5s
Jeff Reuben - November 20, 2006 - Report this comment
Well, if we're not going to switch to metric (or metirc?), we're certainly not going to conform and spell litre correctly =)
Arwen - November 21, 2006 - Report this comment
Decathlon...nicely done, Matthias...I work with a gal who recently flew to Vegas. I think it was her shampoo that they made her throw away, but it wasn't until they'd landed that she realized they hadn't said anything about the pocket knife on her keychain. I feel a whole lot safer now...

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