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Song Parodies -> "The Ballad of LOST Island"

Original Song Title:

"The Ballad of Gilligan's Island"

Original Performer:

The Wellingtons/The Eligibles

Parody Song Title:

"The Ballad of LOST Island"

Parody Written by:

Napoleon Park

The Lyrics

This is probably unsingable as it tries to wedge the Lost mythos into the Gilligan's Island theme song format without actually adhering to the number of lines or syllables per line. But I'm told nothing will be eliminated during the first round of the Amiright Idol competition, so here it is.
Just settle right back in front of your televisions or set your VCR or TiVo
and you'll behold the latest installment in a long and complicated epic saga,
A tale of a fateful trans-oceanic airline flight
That started from Sydney, Australia
Aboard Oceanic Airlines Flight 815.
* * * * *
The Pilot Seth Norris was an inexperienced substitute,
Cindy the stewardess dutiful and suspicious.
324 passengers set sail that day
For a journey to Los Angeles, California, USA.
* * * * *
The weather was clear but because a button was not pushed a pent-up electro-magnetiic force of incalcuable magnitude was unleashed,
The aircraft was torn into three main pieces, the cockpit, mid-section fuselage and the tail (and the wings were ripped off, never a good sign when you're flying),
Due to a malfunction of the navigational system,
Flight 815 was 1000 miles off course, and it was very...
(poom) LOST...
* * * * *
The midsection and tail set ground on or near the shore of this uncharted but surprisingly not deserted isle

With alcoholic surgeon Jack Shephard,
angry cripple John Locke too,
The multimillionaire lottery winner Hugo Reyes,
vengeful con-man James Ford,
drug addicted one-hit wonder rock star Charlie Pace,
former Iraqi Republican Guard torturer Sayid Jarrah,
pregnant goth chick Claire Littleton,

The US Marshal and his patricidal prisoner,
The son of a Korean fisherman and his unfaithful wife,
a complete shrew and her useless step-brother,
the estranged father seeking to reconnect with his son,
the dentist and his dying of cancer wife,
the bad cop and the stewardess,
The television starlet and her jewel thief boyfriend,
The high school science professor
and Mr. Eko, Scott, Steve, Sullivan, Lance, Tracy, Libby, Neil, Joanna, Emma, Zach and several dozen more

plus The Others, Adam & Eve, the crazy French woman and her kidnapped daughter, the Dharma Initiative, the pirates of the Black Rock, the Nigerian drug smugglers, the Scots boat-racer living under the Hatch, the Widmore science team and the Freighties, (and believe it or not dozens of other peripheral characters important to their stories both in their pasts and in the future,)

Here on the Isle of the...
(poom) LOST....

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Agrimorfee - May 20, 2008 - Report this comment
Hi, Napoleon. Thanks for submitting! Please cut & paste the URL of this page to a post at to formally enter the contest. I'm not going to comment until the contest has officially started. Good luck!

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