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Song Parodies -> "Craving: Stable Bigness"

Original Song Title:

"Takin' Care of Business"

Original Performer:

Bachman-Turner Overdrive

Parody Song Title:

"Craving: Stable Bigness"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

Her lechery’s aborning, starting in early morning…
makes her way to where stay the critters.
She is there looking for love, but won’t do any cow-punchin’…
for cowboys; for her, equine’s fitter.
Yep, cowboys have their kine; some will even stoop to swine.
But she’s seeking a bay in a barn bay.
And she will be overjoyed when she finds one that’s employed,
like a roan, for rolling in the hay.
Because she’s craving stable bigness…won't take “nay,”
craving stable stiffness, with a “neigh.”
She is craving stable bigness—feeling fine…
lech for stable stiffness; her purpose is a ride, no doubt!

She won’t engage à la mission, ’cause quadruped position
ain’t the same as that for a fellow.
That steed stands up very far—15 hands, just about par.
And more euphonious than a cow bellow.
If bay ain’t ready to run, she could opt now for a dun;
at this point she’d go either way.
Her emotions won’t be toyed with when her mood is buoyed
She’ll snubs the quirt when she hits the hay.

No doubt, she’s craving stable stiffness, with a “neigh,”
craving stable bigness, with “Olé!”
She is craving stable bigness—no swine, kine.
Bent on stable stiffness—her purpose is a ride.
Merry-go-round time!

Her mood there is bigness.
that is the way she wants to play.

The wrong word to be forging
down in the vocal cording,
because it means to equine critters
in the case of acts of love, that they should be doing nothing.
Word rhyming with “whoa!” would be fitter.
If a G she’d bind to an O, then she would find
that things would be an O bound to a K.
After “Go!” had been deployed, she’d no longer be annoyed,
and they could get to rutting in hay.

And the enterprise would be stiffness, a big “Neigh!”
from equine sharing bigness, ven’ry bay.

The enterprise entails bigness that’s equine;
craving stable-stiffness purpose can’t be denied.

[Fade on horse whinnying.]

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Tommy James - March 08, 2018 - Report this comment
My Barry writes of hanky panky

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