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Song Parodies -> "Rhyme Combinations"

Original Song Title:

"My Generation"

Original Performer:

Who

Parody Song Title:

"Rhyme Combinations"

Parody Written by:

Warren Baker

The Lyrics

Here's another song everyone has done a parody to. So here's my (ahem) generation. Have Wikipedia handy.
When I try to write stuff d-d-down
(seeking out my inspiration)
Look for words with the same s-s-sounds
(it takes all my concentration)
I propose to break the m-m-mold
(here’s a twist on rhyme creation)
Help me make this tune unf-f-fold
(and there is no obligation)

This is my invitation
Here is more information, baby

Come on now, let’s st-st-start today
(listen to this explanation)
And make the first sound of the l-l-long ‘a’
(like the ‘a’ in ‘medication’)
Move your lips to make the next sound v-v-vibration
(second syllable location)
Make the ‘shun’ sound like in ‘p-p-punctuation’
( ‘a’ and ‘shun’ in combination)

That was your preparation.
Here’s your rhyme dispensation, baby

Pip succumbs to s-s-social sway
(Dickens wrote Great ___________ )
I wrote about this the other d-d-day
(Christmas lights are ________ )
Too much of this limits art-t-ticulation
(Drink some wine, a fine ________ )
Then travel on to a cool l-l-location
(Griswolds had a wild __________ )

Want some more situations?
More word associations, baby?

What’s the coolest trick in t-t-town
(See Criss Angel’s _________ )
Give to things you find prof-f-found
(Cash deductible _________ )
Sci-fi’s trilogy of o-o-old
(Isaac Asimov’s _________ )
INX’s tune of g-g-gold
(Talking bout their new __________ )

Those are my meditations.
Hope it met expectations, baby.
I think this is as close as I'm going to get to getting audience participation. More oddities on The Blogging Baker. (CAUTION: SHAMELESS SELF PROMOTION AHEAD- PROCEED AT OWN RISK) And be sure to rate and share my video The Ballad of Jon and Kate now playing on YouTube.

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Old Man Ribber - December 15, 2009 - Report this comment
Great job, Warren, on a song by The Who. By who? Yes! No, I mean who did the song? Yes! Yes did the song? No...WHO did the song!
TJC - December 15, 2009 - Report this comment
These fives are just a token of my ad_________ !
Warren Baker - December 15, 2009 - Report this comment
Thanks, OMR. Or is it, whom? And TJC, thanks for your ap-p-p-pre_____.
Fiddlegirl - December 15, 2009 - Report this comment
Warren's tops: Satirization... Let's give him a grand c-c-citation! :D
Warren Baker - December 16, 2009 - Report this comment
FG's words gave me a thrill / (time to pop some m-m-medication)...
Phil Alexander - December 17, 2009 - Report this comment
Marvellous, Warren -
I'm lookin' at this in fas...
(Thinkin' about an imi...)
Though TJC nicked ad...
Just say I respect your ded...
Warren Baker - December 18, 2009 - Report this comment
Thanks for your validation / And for your visitation, PA...
Warren Baker - February 05, 2010 - Report this comment
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