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Song Parodies -> "Ebony Thighs"

Original Song Title:

"Ebony Eyes"

Original Performer:

Bob Welch

Parody Song Title:

"Ebony Thighs"

Parody Written by:

Merry & Pippin

The Lyrics

If you do not know the OS, a low bit-rate MP3 can be found here
Well, can you feel it girl, getting warmer?
It's a mistake, or simply insane
You fell asleep - no precautions taken
Now there's been change and your life's decayed

Your thighs had no 'screen, an'
Your thighs got maligned
Your thighs could not cope with
Those U.V. rays that were far too bright

Your thighs got a beaming
Your thighs kinda fried
Char thighs when disrob-ed
There'll be no holding you close tonight

She was a beach babe bikini lady
You know the kind, boys for her, they yearned
But she went sleepin' and solar fire
It got so hot real choice parts burned
Glow it cooked like a microwave slowly
Femurs scorced down right to the knees
Caused an innate epidermus bloating
That by the weekend will slough and peel

Your thighs got sun reaming
Your thighs "Frankensteined"
Poor thigh skin is bubbling
There'll be no holding you close tonight

Your thighs are a-gleaming
Your thighs redefined
From white into coal-y
There'll be no holding you close tonight

Ebony thighs
Ebony thighs
Ebony thighs, ebony thighs

Your thighs need med-creaming
Your thighs ray-defined
Poor thighs are not coping
There'll be no holding you close tonight

Your thighs still are steaming
Your thighs scare mankind
Your thighs got you moping
There'll be no holding you close tonight

Your thighs got you screaming
Your thighs look like rind
Your thighs won't get groping
There'll be no holding you close tonight

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Pacing: 5.0
How Funny: 5.0
Overall Rating: 5.0

Total Votes: 11

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TJC - October 05, 2006 - Report this comment
Ironically, this parody is very cool! Try these 5's on for, um, er.. thighs!
albino rhodes - October 05, 2006 - Report this comment
the OS pales next to this
Paul Robinson - October 05, 2006 - Report this comment
Wow! I haven't heard...heck I haven't even had a passing thought about this OS in maybe 25 years. Great job, 5's ~ ~ ~ 0h, yeah...agree with alvin about the OS...Welch had one REALLY great song..."Sentimental Lady" and a lot of "OK" to "so-so" stuff...
The Charnstar - October 05, 2006 - Report this comment
Wow, it gave me a cramp in my arm (wts, don't ask) And AWESOME! and I may have found the song to parodise about Nerdy girls (four eyes) THANKS! *hug* That's if it works... but still. 5-5-5
mandamoo - October 06, 2006 - Report this comment
I like my thighs charcoal - my chicken thighs, that is...hee hee.. Excellent job !!!
Meriadoc - October 06, 2006 - Report this comment
Thanks everyone. And have to agree with Paul about Bob Welch. Only thing of his I ever really cared for was when he did the now forgotten "Big Town 2061" with Paris.
John H - October 08, 2006 - Report this comment
I sang along to this one. It was hot then and is hot now!!
wandlimb - February 01, 2007 - Report this comment
After reading this, I ain't going out in the sun for a YEAR.

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