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Song Parodies -> "Poker Games In The Buff"

Original Song Title:

"Saturday In The Park"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Poker Games In The Buff"

Parody Written by:

Lionel Mertens

The Lyrics

If you think you have what it takes to bluff in the buff, then put down your chips and get ready to strip.
poker game, in the buff
i bet someone gets lucky in bed
pair of spades, time to bluff
already lost a bundle of threads
rising anties, flying panties
a man wearing nothing
wagging a little dog
(look! vienna sausage)
can he walk it? (no, he can’t)
and i been winning in my long johns
this poker game

go liqour up, in the front
or just go to poker in the rear
there’s room enough, for all to come
odds are someone’s loosing their brazier
clothes are folding, hands are holdin’,
a girl with a g-string
stripping for us all
would a lap dance rock your world?
what’s the chances? (bet, it can)
and now i’m loosing in my boxers
still i’m game

strip poker gamblers wear ensembles from their birth
a bare man still can clear tables with his girth
listen jokers, flesh can be won
two can be one
oh yes, yes

poker games after dark
every game is a disneyland ride
neighbor dogs start to bark
i guess we’ll have to call it a night
people dressing, people changing
a mad congregation
primping on the lawn
watch them swager, watch them stager
would you wager? (bet, you can)
are you game?

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McKludge - August 11, 2007 - Report this comment
Funny idea, but the flow broke up when I hit the spelling errors. Even though brazier is a word, it's the wrong word.
Brazier = metal container for burning coal or charcoal. Wait, maybe you meant that. "loosing their brazier" equals "breaking out the charcoal grill?" 544
alvin - August 11, 2007 - Report this comment
especially liked the "ensembles from their birth" line
Peregrin - August 11, 2007 - Report this comment
Good concept :) I especially liked "rising anties, flying panties "
Lionel Mertens - August 12, 2007 - Report this comment
Sorry Mr. McSludge for ruining the viscosity and flow of this parody by mispellling brassiere as brazier. I was up late and that one squeaked by.
Red Ant - August 12, 2007 - Report this comment
Love the poker parodies, and this is SO much better than TOS. Trip 5s.
McKludge - August 12, 2007 - Report this comment
Didn't mean to come off as harda$$, Lionel. Sometimes I should just leave my Captain Grammar cape in the drawer. :-)
Moral of the story: Don't trust your computer spell-checker. From vs. form, there vs. they're vs. their. And in German, scheissen vs. schiessen. :-0
Meriadoc - August 13, 2007 - Report this comment
Now I am picturing all those doggie picture poker players in long johns and undies... ;-)
Lionel Mertens - August 13, 2007 - Report this comment
Well thanks, Meriadoc, McKludge, and Red Ant for the comments and votes. I really tried to make this one as entertaining for y'all as I could.
meredith merkenstein - August 18, 2007 - Report this comment
great job lionel, reminds me of hanging out in trona, ca.

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