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Song Parodies -> "My Generation"

Original Song Title:

"My Generation"

Original Performer:

The Who

Parody Song Title:

"My Generation"

Parody Written by:

Stan Hall

The Lyrics

Provoked by John Barry's 4/3/2008 parody of the same OS, similarly themed and identically titled, but oppositely viewpointed nothwithstanding what I believe is a shared generational vantage.
"My Generation"

What some say ’bout age ain’t s-s-sound (talkin’ ’bout some limitation)
I ain’t ready to be shroud-wound (talkin’ ’bout no lamentation)
Fun decades--so far six-f-f-fold-- (chalkin’ up years-aggregation)
got me set for the age called “gold” (balkin’ not at life’s next station)

This is my expectation,
not some dire ruination, babies.

Sorry, kids, I’m h-here to stay (talkin’ ’bout continuation)
I’ll gladly share but won’t give the world aw-w-way (talkin’ ’bout cooperation)
So fuss, this old cuss ain’t n-nigh his c-c-cessation (stalked I’m not by termination)
You can’t chase me and my g-g-g-generation (talkin’ ’bout perpetuation)

This is my expectation,
don’t aspire to stagnation, babies.

This ol’ cat still l-likes to play (talkin’ more than mere flirtation)
So don’t close my doss-i-i-ier (stalk still works for sex relation)
And just bear in mind that your o-own c-creation (pa’s sp*rm and ma’s ovulation)
You owe, in fact, to my g-g-g-generation (f*uck “Old-timers” appellation)

Nah, can’t flout my generation --
Dam and sire, your own’s foundation, babies.

Feelin’ wired, ready to get d-down ( talkin’ ’bout some recreation)
Wanna go red-p-p-paint the town (offrin’ you an invitation)
Who’s your daddy, kids? B-behold … (watch an’ get some education)
You better just hope we didn’t break the mold (talkin’ ’bout your generation)

Talkin’ ’bout my generation,
let it fire your ’magination, babies.


© Stan Hall ... :-)

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MasonR - April 04, 2008 - Report this comment
Now that's one positive anthem! Made this 51 year old senior-in-training smile!
alvin - April 04, 2008 - Report this comment
love it...the perfect counterpoint...my fave of the day
John Barry - April 04, 2008 - Report this comment
Yin to my yang--or something like that. I like the attitude and counterpoint, as Alvin noted.
littleRedDiaperCakes - April 04, 2008 - Report this comment
Sir Stan ~Duke o'Halls~, this s great! So many pleasant lines, even the risque ones . . .
Jason - April 04, 2008 - Report this comment
I echo littleRedDiaperCakes comment.
Peregrin - April 04, 2008 - Report this comment
Heh heh. M-m-m-me like :)

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