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Song Parodies -> "Disc Invades My Life Tonight"

Original Song Title:

"Someone Saved My Life Tonight"

Original Performer:

Elton John

Parody Song Title:

"Disc Invades My Life Tonight"

Parody Written by:

Merry & Pippin

The Lyrics

Heard a clink in my sleep last night, funny sights:
Uncertain, dawned on my little lawn down there
Scene: a saucer moored upon my macadam fair
Blinking lights I witness - surge with un-electric flair
And it's one more peer and I choke fear of paranorm’
It all seemed hazy, shaky
E.T.’s out there strolling ‘round my pavement swarm

A disc invades my life tonight - hovers there
You called to take some looks at me, it seems clear
I fear you’ll have me groped and pried
Altair-bound, shipped to skies
Fleet beamin’ whisked me in the air
Cannot utter cry
Those bugg-ed eyes at me do spy
Fly away, high away, bye bye

And when we screamed off with massive power – I meekly cowered
Can’t slip loose, dang it – this is most un-keen...
Entangled in a daunting forcefield scene
Undergone outrageous humiliating scenes
It’s all ad-hoc, no forewarning – jammed it!
They saw to me good
I'm weeping from my welts tonight
Sick and tired of prods – it’s rude, I miss my wife...

A disc invades my life tonight – sure got snared
Was all a comic book-ish scene, it appeared
They clearly had me doped and tied
Nether proc-tologized
Probes gleamin’ glistened in my rear
As I stutter: why?
My plumbing they feel free to pry
Try to my heiny play: “I spy”

And I would have stalked heads peer into the deep end of my ender
Stinging from their shock and prongs
Feinting from space age demands on nether
I come to in the morning, find I’m full of nanoprobes
Disc invades my life tonight, disc invades my life tonight
Saucer baked my lawn tonight, disc invades my life tonight
Disc invades my life tonight
So save your strength, assimilation seeds are sewn...

A disc invades my life tonight – from mid-air
My poor abode it looks awry – pretty queer
My drive appears all scorched and fried
Garden browned, hedge has died
Green seed-dom crisp-ed, singed and seared
It’s a bummer, my
Damn bum employed, then lawn destroyed!
Fly away, high away, bye bye

Disc invades, disc invades, disc invades my life tonight
Maybe I’ll, maybe I’ll, maybe I’ll meet Sev’n of Nine
Saucer bakes, saucer bakes, saucer bakes my lawn tonight
Disc invades, disc pervades, disc pervades my life tonight

(Fade - like saucer and hopes, into the distance...)

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John Barry - September 04, 2012 - Report this comment
Plan Fives for this Plan Nineish piece.
WarrenB(etazoid) - September 04, 2012 - Report this comment
Probing, in a non-invasive yet funny way. I'm sure you're aware that Elton did his own 'saucers' song on Caribou.
Meriadoc - September 04, 2012 - Report this comment
Thanks JB - it's kind of an overdone theme, but we still had fun with it.

Warren - sometimes when I am unable to sleep I go thru early Elton albums in my head and try to remember what was on them. I'm asleep before I ever figure out half of one. Completely forgot about "I've Seen the Saucers" - that stuff slips waaaaaay back in the brain when you don't use it...
E. T. T. - September 04, 2012 - Report this comment
I stand by my previous position that Elton John was not a "contribution" to US culture, but this definitely was! ... Isn't it strange how all aliens (at least, according to the abduction stories) are so anally-obsessed? What would Freud say?

Didn't E. J. also do "Rocket Man"? ... would have been a good OS for tributes to Neil Armstrong. 555 for this "probing" parody.
Callmelennie - September 04, 2012 - Report this comment
For a moment there, I though you had sustained a new injury to your back. Thank goodness it was only a wand shoved up your @ss by a complete stranger. I've had that done to me before; it's called a prostate biopsy. No biggie, you just take two aspirin for that ravaged in the corn feeling and drive on.
Meriadoc - September 04, 2012 - Report this comment
Thank Extra-Tortestrial! Elton wasn't bad at all in his early days - I actually saw him in '74 - my very first concert - but after Caribou things went downhill very quickly. Madman was his best album.

CML: Sometimes the comment is funnier than the parody - lol! But if you prefer proctology, just go here:
C2C AM Fan - September 05, 2012 - Report this comment
This was great! You should send it to Coast to Coast AM Radio Show.
wandlimb - September 08, 2012 - Report this comment
Talk about being on the bad side of the moon.

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